KONSEP ACTIVE-PARTICIPANTS-CYBER-LEARNING DALAM MENDONGKRAK PERAN ORIENTASI KEWIRAUSAHAAN TERHADAP KINERJA : SEBUAH PERSPEKTIF ORGNAISASI PEMBELAJAR

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Iwan Hermawan
I. Inayah
S. Sartono
S Suharnomo
Ivana Rizki Aulia

Abstract

This study refers to the problem in the form of a research gap between the influence of entrepreneurial orientation on organizational performance that is still inconclusive, open empty space in developing a middle concept that is able to mediate its second role so that it becomes a leverage on organizational performance. The direction of this research is to examine the concept of Active Participant Cyber Learning (APCL) in its capacity to gain pareto market access, both concepts in its elaboration will be able to bridge this gap problem. The research sample was at the organizational level collected from 172 UKM convection owners. The results showed that there was a significant effect of entrepreneurial orientation on the organizational performance (β=5,851, CR 0.77, 0.44), resulted that there was a significant of entrepreneurial orientation on the active participant cyber learning (β=1.080, CR 5.72, sig<0.001), there was a significant effect of active participant cyber learning on the performance (β= -0.64, CR -2.09, sig<0.001), so it revealed that concept of APCL can be a full mediator that drive the significant influence of entrepreneurial orientation on the organizational performance.

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How to Cite
Hermawan, I., Inayah, I., Sartono, S., Suharnomo, S., & Aulia, I. R. (2020). KONSEP ACTIVE-PARTICIPANTS-CYBER-LEARNING DALAM MENDONGKRAK PERAN ORIENTASI KEWIRAUSAHAAN TERHADAP KINERJA : SEBUAH PERSPEKTIF ORGNAISASI PEMBELAJAR. Epigram, 17(2), 143–152. https://doi.org/10.32722/epi.v17i2.3461

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