MVP can assist companies in validating product definition

A minimum viable product or MVP can assist the development staff in receiving customer reviews as soon as possible to be iterated and improved. MVP is a product with only enough functionality to entice early-adopter buyers and confirm a product design early in the production cycle. Toronata Tambun, the Founder and Director of Aren Energy […]

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Ilham Subandoro become the most outstanding student of SBM ITB 2021, here is his story

Ilham Subandoro, the Management student of SBM ITB, has successfully grabbed the most outstanding student of SBM ITB 2021 award. Furthermore, he will represent SBM ITB to participate in the selection of the most outstanding Student at ITB level. The most outstanding student is awarded to those who have a comprehensive intelligence and can balance […]

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International business students sharing series: United Kingdom

As we all know, SBM ITB has a double degree program that requires its students to study abroad in their third year at SBM ITB University partner. In this episode, SBM ITB Talks got an opportunity to get deeper about the double degree program with SBM ITB students who are now studying abroad at the […]

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SBM ITB lecturers and staffs received Covid-19 vaccine

Around 3,400 lecturers, educational staff, and retirees of the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) were vaccinated against Covid-19 at Sasana Budaya Ganesha Building. Including lecturers and staff of ITB School of Business and Management. The vaccination lasted three days from Monday (22/3/2021) to Wednesday (24/3/2021). ITB Rector Wirahadikusumah Reini said that the vaccination of ITB […]

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Businesses can benefit from powerful branding

Developing the company’s brand is important for retaining consumers. The more a customer interacts with the company, the more likely they are to return to purchase. A brand is an identification of a business that distinguishes one from another. It is also an Intellectual Property, something that is started and built from square one which […]

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Plastic waste can cause economic losses of up to USD 1.2 billion

Based on data released in an article by the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, plastic waste in the sector of fisheries, shipping, tourism and insurance businesses globally can cause economic losses up to USD 1.2 billion. The waste problem doesn’t just talk about the environment, but also patterns of economic development that require innovation, […]

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Organizations face more complex problems as time passes by

Organizations begin to face problems that are getting more complex as time passes by, especially with the unexpected occurrence of the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizational dynamics are also faced with phenomena such as technological disruption, the economic revolution, the net generation, and the social revolution. Prof. Aurik Gustomo said that when introducing his paper titled Membangun […]

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Poverty and inequality are rising amid the pandemic

The emergence of Covid-19 has exacerbated poverty and inequality in this archipelago. This problem is not only experienced by Indonesia but also countries all over the world. Special Staff of the Vice President of Indonesia Bambang Widianto mentioned it through a guest lecture session held by MBA Jakarta in a business economics class. “Inequality is […]

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Developing attributes and knowledge may prevent post power syndrome

Lack of self-acceptance, social withdrawal, the expectation for roles, negative self-concept, and dysfunctional feelings contribute to post power syndrome. It is a situation in which a person lives in the shadow of the glory of their past (career, beauty, good looks, intelligence, or other things), and seems unable to see the current reality. The former […]

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