The undergraduate student in PPM Management and Business School has to implement the business idea in the incubators in the entrepreneurship class. The students are divided into three groups related to the 3 PPM incubators in its campus.
This study is limited in the business plan in running the incubators for three groups, because the incubators are just running in the first week. The business plan of the incubators has been presented in the front of 3 faculties as reviewers.
Using qualitative research, it can be explored that the first, major of the students do not correlate to the good business plan. The group that does not have the marketing major members can make the excellent marketing plan in incubator business plan.
Factors contributing successful manager have been identified from; achievement motive from McClelland (1961). management skill from Katz (1974), in search of excellence from Peter and Waterman (1982), ten management roles from Mintzberg (1990), and management process from Robbins (1991), Stoner and Freeman (1989).
This qualitative research uses grounded research from Glaser and Straus (1967) and Strauss and Corbin (1998) with three steps; open coding, selected coding and theoretical coding in order to develop theoretical framework for factors contributing the successful managers.
Content analysis is used for transcript of the interviews that are recorded and written. Site Content Analyzer Software was used, to process the all transcript from the respondents. In applying grounded theory, 10 alumni of graduate student of the PPM Management and Business School who are the winner of the Kadarman Award were interviewed by the graduate student of the PPM Management and Business School (Batch WM 58) after receiving the grounded theory in the intrapreneurship class.
Timmers (1998), Weill and Vitale (2001) define a business model as a description of the roles and relationships among a firm’s consumers, customers, allies and suppliers and it identifies the major flows of product, information, and money, as well as the major benefits to participants.
The term ontology has its origin in philosophy and denotes the philosophical discipline that deals with the nature and the organization of reality (Guarino and Giaretta 1995). Gruber’s (1993) define ontology as an explicit specification of a conceptualization.
To create an understanding of entrepreneur and the ways the entrepreneur starting the business or developing business for the existing entrepreneur, Rainer Kolshorn and Jim Tomecko(1998) from GTZ (Deutsche Geeseschaft fuer Technische Zusamenarbeit) Germany develop the model called by Competency based Economies through Formation of Entrepreneur (CEFE).
Code of conduct (COC) for SME, before getting big, is very importance to Good Corporate and doing clean business in the global environment. It finds that entrepreneurs are not guided by any specific code of conduct, and must decide for themselves what is right (Robinson and Mescht).
Indonesia Business Link (IBL) developed and guided of COC complies with the International Rule and generally accepted such SA 8000. 1. The objectives of the researches are to measure the effectiveness the socialization of COC done in the class. 2. Samples that be used are in Bali (24 respondents) and Makasar (33 respondents) for export oriented SME. 3. This researches are conducted in 31 Maret 2011 in Bali and 28 April 2011 in Makasar. 4. The finding is that code of conduct can be socialized.
By experimental research (Campbell and Stanley) can be seen that pre and post test conducted during socialization increase significantly the understanding of the Code of Conduct. After understanding of COC, it is hoped that cleaner and more proper business will be conducted by SME. The activities also will be replicated to the other city of Indonesia.