SEMARANG – Lecturer of Faculty of Economics and Business, Jenderal Soedirman University (UNSOED) Purwokerto, Daryono, finished his Doctorate Program in Economics from Faculty of Economics and Business, Diponegoro University (UNDIP). His dissertation entitled “Development of the Dyadic Social Intrapreneurship (DSI) Model in Efforts to Achieve Company Competitiveness” was accepted and approved by Examiner Team, on Thursday (15/4/2021).
The Board of Examiners chaired by Prof. Dr. Suharnomo, S.E., M.Si who is also the Co-Promoter, and the team is consisting of Prof. Dr. Sugeng Wahyudi, MM as Secretary of Examiner Team as well as the Promoter; Prof. Olivia Fachrunnisa, S.E., M.Si, Ph.D (External Examiner); and three internal examiners, namely Dra. Amie Kusumawardhani, M.Sc, Ph.D, Dr. Indi Djastuti, MS, and Dr. Mahfudz, S.E., M.T. Daryono passed the exam with honors with an average cumulative score of 3.76 and length of study of 4 years 7 months and 14 days.
The Dean of Faculty of Economics and Business Undip, Prof. Suharnomo, assessed Daryono’s dissertation is quite good and has been presented several times in international seminars, as well as included in Scopus indexed journal. “The previous concept which states that a company leader is a transformational leader can always improve competitiveness and company performance, apparently still requires prerequisites. They are te need of presence of intrapreneurship that fosters creativity and innovation, and willingness of two parties to sit together to match their respective needs,” he said.
According to him, in that relationship model, ideally there is no domination but a harmonious relationship like father-son. The relationships between parent-branch company, parents and partners must be based on mutual benefits. “It should not be based on win-lose relationship.”
After being declared graduated, Daryono is now has the right to hold a doctorate (Dr). Daryono was born in Magelang, October 12th 1976, currently teaching at Faculty of Economics and Business Unsoed. The man who was once served as Head of International Management Study Program at International Management Study Program Unsoed, is currently teaching 8 courses include Human Resource Management; Human Resource Management Advance; Total Quality Management; Management Operation; Operation Research; Marketing; Management Operation International; and International Trade.
Besides teaching, this alumni of Undergraduate Program of Faculty of Economics and Business Gadjah Mada University is also active in writing manuscripts for journals, conducting research and community service. One of the proceedings it produces is “Implementation of Couching and Counseling Model for Personal Development” while its publication in journals includes “Identification and Analysis of Increasing Employee Engagement Levels: Positive Attitudes of Employees and Organizations in Achieving Organizational Success” published in Performance Journal.
Before becoming a lecturer at Unsoed, Daryono, who earned an MBA from Bandung Institute of Technology, was an Assistant Manager of PT JVC Indonesia and later served as Manager of Human Capital Group at Bank Mandiri. He joined with Unsoed in 2010, and he was served as an expert staff of Vice Rector of Unsoed.
Daryono compiled a dissertation based on the results of research on the relationship between National Plantation Factory (PT Perkebunan Nasional / PTPN) IX and its fostered business units in a new construct called Dyadic Social Intrapreneurship Based on Professional Culture (DSIBPC). This research gives important implications for strategic efforts to increase competitive advantage and explore various factors to improve its advantages mediated by dyadic social intrapreneurship based on professional culture.
Referring to the formulation of problem, this study develops four alternative strategy scenarios that can be used to increase competitive advantage. The first strategy is optimizing the transformation of an organizational culture that emphasizes on proactivity, risk tolerance, and innovation. The second strategic path is optimizing innovation which emphasizes innovation, the capacity to innovate, and the will to change.
The third strategic path is through optimizing the learning organization which emphasizes mental models, shared vision, systems thinking, personal mastery, and team learning. Meanwhile, the fourth strategy is optimizing dyadic social intrapreneurship based on a professional culture that support new ideas, flexibility, future orientation, individual orientation, integrator, explorer, and accelerator. (PR team)
Translated by: Titis (Public Relations)