Dr. Anita Maharani, S.E., M.M.

Dr. Anita Maharani, S.E., M.M.

Anita Maharani has interest in organizational behavior and family business. Although not yet many writing produced from her, but some of her writing was the expression of her interest. This was her first case study written by herself, about how a foundation struggle to sustain their aim. Anita, is one of faculty members in Binus Business School – S2, she teach subjects as follow: human capital management, ethics and social awareness, also leadership and organizational behavior.

Case Document

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[CASE STUDY] PT. PUCO: STRUGGLING ON BECOMING INDONESIAN VALVE MANUFACTURE

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[CASE STUDY] HARRIS HOTELS: CONNECTING THE DOTS BETWEEN HARRIS DAY AND CSR

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[CASE STUDY] GOTTA CATCH ‘EM ALL: ARE NIANTIC AND POKEMON GO STAYING AHEAD OF THE GAME?

[CASE STUDY] YAYASAN GINJAL DIATRANS INDONESIA (YGDI) ON THE AFFORDABLE HEMODIALYSIS

Back in 2012, patient with kidney failure in Indonesia reach more than 150.000 people that needs dialysis treatment, but however, this treatment only to serve for 100.000 people, and few patients only that afforded to pay the treatments cost. While there were many issues related with insufficient financial capacity for patients with kidney failure, and there is one foundation that aimed to help solving this problem. Although it was not the only one exist, YGDI (Yayasan Ginjal Diatrans Indonesia) through Dr. Bimanesh and team, struggling to find the best solution in order to bring the aim to reality. The struggle is getting more complicated, when YGDI pushed to create money, to finance themselves to run their daily operational. They can use GAKIN or JAMSOSTEK (later known as BPJS) only for the purpose of patient’s treatment. This issue makes YGDI think hard, with limited resources, how can they survive as a foundation, and concurrently still deliver good service to their patients?