Sukma Putra. S.E, M.Ed. (Ph.D candidate)

Sukma Putra. S.E, M.Ed. (Ph.D candidate)

Case Center Manager BINUS Business School
+62-21-720-2222 ext:3313
Case Center, Room 400, 4th floor, Binus International, JWC Campus, Jl. Hang Lekir I No. 6, Senayan, Jakarta


Currently working as BINUS Case Center Manager at Bina Nusantara Business School. In the process, I have been involved in the making of more than 20 business case studies in BINUS and was certified by Ivey Business School for case study writing and teaching in 2017. Previously I was various positions in Australia Awards Indonesia (AAI) for 10 years and mostly managed projects for prominent alumni in Indonesia focusing on development areas such as food security, health, education, poverty reduction, energy and innovation of technology and infrastructure.

Academic Qualifications

  • S.E , Trisakti University  Bachelor, Economics (2002-2006)
  • M. Ed. Flinders University  Master of Education, Leadership and Management (2012-2013)


Published Research

  1. Putra, S. (2012). Motivation: Are there limits to what can be achieved? Journal of Business Strategy and Execution. 5 (1), 39-45.
  2. Putra, S., & Fibra, A. (2016). Teamwork as an innovation generator: An analysis of project hatchery at binus university international. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 24(July), 139-154. Retrieved from
  3. Fauk, N. K., Merry, M. S., Sigilipoe, M. A., Putra, S., & Mwanri, L. (2017). Culture, social networks and HIV vulnerability among men who have sex with men in indonesia. PLoS ONE, 12(6) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0178736
  4. Fauk, N.K., Mwakinyali, S.E., Putra, S., Mwanri, L. (2017). Understanding the strategies employed to cope with increased numbers of AIDS-orphaned children in families in rural settings: A case of Mbeya Rural District, Tanzania. Infectious Diseases of Poverty. 6 (21).
  5. Fauk, N. K., Mwakinyali, S. E., Putra, S., & Mwanri, L. (2017). The socio-economic impacts of AIDS on families caring for AIDS-orphaned children in mbeya rural district, tanzania. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, 10(2), 132-145. doi:10.1108/IJHRH-01-2017-0002

Research in Progress

  1. Putra, S., Fauk, N. K., Seran, Y., Ully, A., Setiawan, M. (2018). Perceptions of Determinant Associated with Employability Among University Graduates in Indonesia

Conference Proceedings

  1. Putra,S. & Fibra,A. (2015). Teamwork as Innovation Generator: An Analysis of Project Hatchery at BINUS University International, presented at the International Conference on Organizational Performance Excellence (iCOPE), 7-8 December 2015. Jakarta, Indonesia.
  2. Bismo, A., Putra, S., Sarjono, H., Nasrul, L. (2018). The Effect of Functional Delight towards Positive Emotion Affect on Impulse Buying, presented at the 5th International Conference on Management, Hospitality & Tourism and Accounting (5thIMHA 2018), 4 September 2018. Jakarta Indonesia.

Case Studies

  1. Toindo, H., Hutagaol, Y.R.I., Putra, S. (2015). PT. Bank Mandiri (persero), tbk.: Human resources integration – from diversity to equality.
  2. Syamil, A., Putra, S. (2017). JNE: Leadership in logistic company.
  3. Tamara, D., Putra, S. (2017). Leadership in rural areas: A case study in Indonesia.
  4. Kongdro, H., Putra, S., Bismo, A. (2017). Conwood house in 7 days: Disruptive business model.
  5. Martowijoyo, A., Hutagaol, Y.R.I., Ramadhan, A.S., Putra, S. (2017). Astragraphia: Agenda for Business Renewal.
  6. Alamsjah, F.A., Putra, S. (2018). Warunk upnormal: The pioneer of contemporary noodles.

Case Studies in Progress

  1. Putra, S., Bismo, A. (2018). Online-based applications vs conventional logistic company: A case of jne and gosend.
  2. Putra, S., Setiawan, M., Mathilda, S. (2018). Toy’s r us: Victims of the Digital Revolution

Australian Development Scholarship, Jakarta
Post Award Officer
August 2007 – August 2008 (1 year 1 month)
Greater Jakarta Area, Indonesia
The three key responsibilities of this position were:1.Updating the alumni database;2.Assisting in the planning and delivery of alumni Professional Development Activities throughout Indonesia;3.The administration of alumni surveys as required.

Australia Partnership Scholarships
Placement Coordinator
2008 – June 2010 (2 years)
Responsibilities included: Closely involved in the formation of the ARG together with the Post-Award Team. In charge of drafting the design of ARG members’ entitlements, promoting the ARG as well as designing and managing the ARG launch event; Managed the production of the Australia Awards Alumni E-book, working together with the Media Officer and IT Officer.

Australia Awards
Alumni Reference Group (ARG) Coordinator
February 2010 – April 2014 (4 years 3 months)

Collaborating with the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in drafting the design of entitlement schemes for ARG members, which include Seed Funding, Community Engagement, Professional Development Activities, Seminar and Workshop, among others. Some of these entitlement schemes were pilot programs that have proven to be beneficial for ARG members and the development of Indonesia.

  • Australian Development Scholarships Awards
  • Golden Key Award
  • Faculty Excellence Award