Performance factors for successful business incubators in Indonesian public universities
Zagloel, Teuku Yuri M.
Haron, Habibah N.
Garza-Reyes, Jose Arturo
Purna Irawan, Agustinus
Daywin, Frans Jusuf
Syamas, Asril Fitri
Harry, Kusuma Kiwi Aliwarga
Anne Marie, Iveline
AffiliationUniversitas Tarumanagara, Jl. S. Parman No 1, Jakarta 11440, Indonesia
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Jalan Sultan Yahya Petra, Kuala Lumpur 54100, Malaysia
Universitas Indonesia, Kampus UI Depok, Depok 16424, Indonesia
University of Derby
Association of Indonesian Business Incubator, Jl. Jenggala 2 no.9, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12110, Indonesia
Universitas Katolik Parahyangan Jl. Ciumbuleuit No. 94, Gedung 8, Bandung, Indonesia 40141
UMG IdeaLab Indonesia, Jl. Tangkas Baru Komplek Polri Blok E/2, Karet Semanggi, Setiabudi, South Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia 12930
Universitas Trisakti, Jl. Kyai Tapa No. 1, Jakarta 11440, Indonesia
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AbstractMeasuring the performance of business processes is already a main concern for both faculty and enterprise players, since organizations are motivated to reach the productivity stage. Employing a performance achievement framework for the relationship between business incubator success factors will guarantee connection with commercial schemes, which support a high level of performance indicators in successful business incubator models. This research employs a quantitative approach, with the data analyzed using the IBM SPSS version 23 and Smart PLS version 3 statistical software packages. Employing a sample of 95 incubator managers from 19 universities which geographically located in Indonesia, it is shown that the image of business incubator factors has a positive effect on incubator performance. The study investigates the relationship between incubator performance and business incubator success factors in Indonesia. It was found that IT, as part of the business incubators’ facets/abilities, partially supports their performance; that the entry criteria directly support the performance of the incubators; that mentoring networks also support the performance, with good infrastructure systems as a moderating factor; that funding supports the performance of business incubators, also with good infrastructure systems as a moderating factor; and that university regulations and government support and protection enhance the performance of business incubators, with credits and rewards as a moderating factor. In addition, a variety of indicators from the local context affiliate positively to promote a community that highlighted the incubators’ strategies.
CitationGozali, L., Masrom, M., Zagloel, T.Y.M., Haron, H.N., Garza-Reyes, J.A., Tjahjono, B., Irawan, A.P., Daywin, F.J., Syamas, A.F., Susanto, S., Aliwarga, H.K.K., Marie, I.A., (2020). Performance Factors for Successful Business Incubators in Indonesian Public Universities'. International Journal of Technology, 11(1), pp. 155-166. DOI: 10.1476/itech.v11i1.2464.
PublisherIJTech Universitas Indonesia
JournalInternational Journal of Technology
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