TRANSFORMATION OF THE FORESTRY INDUSTRY THROUGH SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA
On 6 January 2022, President Joko Widodo announced the cancellation of forest concession permits granted years ago to companies that never used their concession and abandoned the land (KLHK, 2022). These covers an area of 3.13 million hectares. The concessions would be given to other companies that could show their true intention to use the permits, utilize the land and manage the forest based on sustainable development principles. Therefore, it was expected to contribute to Indonesia's economic growth and enhance living conditions by transforming unproductive forest lands into productive forests and reducing the deforestation rate.
TokoTalk is an Indonesian e-commerce solution platform that has various features to enable merchants of various business scales to carry out end-to-end online selling activities. TokoTalk's mission is to provide a seamless connection to all merchant needs in selling online, including integration with logistics, digital payment options, 100++ premium website templates, a comprehensive order management system, and digital marketing tools. Amidst the onslaught of the tech war, Tokotalk has implemented several people strategies which are considered successful in making people development in Tokotalk run smoothly. amidst the storm of layoffs experienced by many startups in Indonesia, what strategy did Tokotalk take? what modifications will other startups need to implement in order to survive?
Dreamdelion was founded in 2012 as a non-profit organization. Initially, their concentration was solely on community development initiatives engaging underprivileged people. Dreamdelion has expanded to five Indonesian cities: Jakarta, Jogjakarta, Cianjur, Surabaya, and Ngawi. The projects were mostly based on assessment; once they believed that the project was complete, they would leave it. In terms of volunteers, Dreamdelion employs three distinct strategies. There are event volunteers, project volunteers, and long-term volunteers. Dreamdelion welcomed volunteers to be a part of its entrepreneurial and open organizational culture.
Dreamdelions had worked with government agencies, commercial corporations, and other organizations. Among its collaborators were the Ministries of Manpower and Transmigration, Communication, and Informatics, CIMB Niaga, Indonesia Power, and Bank Danamon. Eva, Dreamdalion's creator, understood that to thrive as a non-profit organization, Dreamdelion needed to do a lot of things. First, she had considered enlisting new collaborators so that they might continue to work on collaborative projects. She also intended to recruit additional volunteers, particularly those who could assist on a long-term basis. Eva also considered creating more particular programs geared to solving difficulties that may occur in civilizations because of the pandemic. However, there are several difficulties that she has been considering. How can we ensure that Dreamdelion receives enough volunteers and support from diverse stakeholders?