Differentiation Strategy of Soes Construction Service in Indonesia: A Point of View of Project Managers
Keywords:SOEs Construction Service, Innovation Management, ICT, Differentiation Strategy
This research is an empirical study on State-Owned Enterprises [SOEs] Construction Service in Indonesia. The main objective of this study is to analyze the variables concerning the performance of innovation management and information & communication technology [ICT]. The study population is managers and decision makers on large-scale SOEs Construction Service in Indonesia. Respondents in this study are nine SOEs on Construction Service and the people involved in the construction service business with a total of 102 people. The respondents' answers are developed from theoretical framework and processed using confirmatory analysis of SEM [Structural Equation Modeling] that processed by SPSS AMOS 22 Program. The research results show that:  Innovation Management affects Differentiation Strategy significantly.  Innovation Management affects Company Performance.  Information and Communication Technology affects Differentiation Strategy significantly.  Information & Communication Technology affects Company Performance but insignificance.  Differentiation Strategy affects Company Performance significantly.
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