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Partnership pattern of stakeholders in developing centres of small and medium scale flagship industry in Bandung City
by Herwan Abdul Muhyi; Iwan Sukoco; Tetty Herawaty; Arianis Chan
International Journal of Business and Globalisation (IJBG), Vol. 19, No. 2, 2017

 

Abstract: This research focused on partnership pattern and used qualitative research method. The site of this research is seven centres of flagship industry (small and medium scale) in Bandung City. The research findings show there are three dimensions in studying partnership pattern namely: attribute, communication behaviour and conflict resolution techniques. The attribute dimension is the lowest in implementation. The poor synergy between entrepreneur program and government program is the biggest problem in the partnership dimension. In communication dimension, there is lack of involvement from entrepreneurs in formulating cooperative plan. The study of conflict resolution technique showed there are no serious problems in technique resolution conflict. Research showed there is low interaction in partnership that cause less potential of conflict. Other results informed that the role of Bandung society is still limited to residents around the industrial centres. The residents role in partnership is only in terms of labour supply.

Online publication date: Fri, 14-Jul-2017

 

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