Dicky Hida Syahchari, ST,MM,PhD

Dicky Hida Syahchari, ST,MM,PhD

NIDN: 328127105
Program Studi: Management
Knowledge Area: Innovation and entrepreneurship
Deskripsi Singkat: He earned his Doctor of Philosophy from Universiti Utara Malaysia's Othman Yeop Abdullah Graduate School of Business and as a faculty member of the Bina Nusantara Business School undergraduate program in the Management department. He is also an SCC in Business Development Management and E-Business Management. He received his master's degree in the Magister Management Program from Prasetiya Mulya Business School, Prasetiya Mulya University in Jakarta, Indonesia. He has been a lecturer for almost 15 years and has published more than 31 Scopus publications. Interest in research and areas of expertise are digital business, innovation management, project management, and business development
ORCID ID: 000-0001-9072-3955

Impact Of Supplier Innovation, Information Technology On Supply Chain Resilience In Dry Port

The specific concept of supply chain resilience has emerged in the literature using the various ‘resilience’ perspectives developed in multiple disciplines relevant to the broad concept of resilience. This study investigates the impact of supplier innovation and information technology on supply chain resilience. It analyzes 68 responses to surveys of employees of the dry port and its suppliers that were obtained using the random sampling technique. The analysis was carried out quantitatively, namely, validity test, reliability test, classical assumption test, multiple regression analysis, hypothesis test. The results show that supplier innovation and information technology positively affect the resilience of the supply chain. Supplier innovation and information technology play a positive role in enhancing supply chain resilience.


Social entrepreneurship is an attraction in developing countries because it benefits the community in general. In Indonesia, the concept of social entrepreneurship is widely discussed at all levels of society. Business intentions are considered a valuable and practical approach to understanding that a student becomes an entrepreneur, especially in the social field. This study examines the effect of personality traits and social capital on students' intentions in Jakarta to become social entrepreneurs. This study uses quantitative methods, with a total of 100 students surveyed from four universities in Jakarta. The sampling technique uses a random sampling technique. Data processing this research is multiple regression with SPSS 25. The results of multiple regression analysis show a significant influence simultaneously of personality traits and social capital on entrepreneurial intention. The value of F is 20.561

The Influence of Digital Employee Experience and Employee Agility: Do They Boost Firm’s Effectiveness?

Dry ports promote regional development and are especially useful in coastal areas. The pandemic has affected all industries in Indonesia, including Cikarang Dry Port. Business actors must also improve organizational agility to adapt by providing digital experiences to employees to survive during a pandemic. To get the maximum benefit for the efficiency and effectiveness of the firm are very important. Therefore, this study's objective was to determine the influence of the employee's digital experience and the employee's agility in the company's effectiveness. To achieve these goals, the researchers used quantitative research methods. Data was collected from 48 respondent employees from 56 sample frames. The data were collected through questionnaires and interviews, and the data were analysed using descriptive statistics and multiple regression

Effect of Supply Chain Collaboration and Service Stakeholder Commitment on Dry Port Firm Performance

A dry port (or land port) is an inland area or intermodal port directly connected to a seaport. Cikarang Dry Port, as one of the best performing dry ports among other dry ports in Indonesia, has only contributed 18% to the loading and unloading volume at Tanjung Priok Port. This study aims to examine the impact of supply chain collaboration and Service Stakeholder Commitment on the performance of dry port companies. The data was collected through a questionnaire that included 55 responses from Cikarang Dry port and maritime logistics companies in Jakarta. The hypotheses were tested by multiple regression. The results of this study confirm that Collaboration in the Supply Chain and the Commitment of Stakeholders in the Service have a positive impact on the performance of port companies.

The effect of information technology, strategic leadership and knowledge management on the competitive advantage in the chemical industry

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of the relationship between information technology, strategic leadership, and knowledge management on competitive advantage in chemical companies in Indonesia. Competitive advantage has become a major concern for companies in today's global market, especially the chemical industry. Based on an analysis of past research, there has been no research investigating information technology, strategic leadership, and overall knowledge management of competitive advantage in the context of chemical companies in Indonesia. Furthermore, the novelty of this research is to examine the relationship between information technology, leadership, and knowledge management on the competitive advantage in a research model. This study uses a quantitative method









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