Technopark: A Strategy To Build Partnership In Educational Instituions And Industrial Using Concept Of Collaborative Knowledge Creation

Iis Mariam

Business Administration Department, Politeknik Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia, 16242

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Nidia Sofa

Business Administration Department, Politeknik Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia, 16242

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Endah Wartiningsih

Business Administration Department, Politeknik Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia, 16242

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Bambang Sugiyono

Mechanical Engineering Department, Politeknik Negeri Malang, Indonesia, 65141

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Abstract :

Purpose of the study: the premise of this paper was to analyze the implementation of the policy of the Minister of Education and Culture regarding independent learning in an independent campus. Referring to the Politeknik Negeri Jakarta, and BIRN strategic plans regarding the direction of research, it is necessary to research innovations that have economic value through collaborative knowledge creation as a strategy in increasing organizational competitiveness, innovation, and the formation of Technoparks. The problem in this research is the partnership strategy carried out by educational institutions and industry using the concept of collaborative knowledge creation? This research was conducted at Bandung Techno Park and Jakarta State Polytechnic. The research method used soft system methodology approach with collection of data used interviews, observations, study literature, and documentation. The organizations involved are Bandung Techno Park. Main findings: Bandung Techno Park is a business-oriented organization, building networks and partnerships with industry, companies, and educational institutions. PNJ has built partnerships with companies, institutions and the concept of collaborative knowledge creation has been implemented to improve organizational competitiveness

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Iis Mariam, Nidia Sofa, Endah Wartiningsih, Bambang Sugiyono. (2022). Technopark: A Strategy to Build Partnership in Educational Institutions and Industrial Using Concept of Collaborative Knowledge Creation. In: Dr Sunita Singh, Dr Mohammed Aurifullah, Dr. Peiman Kianmehr, Dr. Monica Dragomirescu, Smart Environmental Science Technology and Management. Lecture Notes on Environment Conservation and Enrichment, vol 1. Technoarete Publishers.

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