Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management <p> </p> <table cellpadding="2"> <tbody align="top"> <tr> <td width="120px">Journal Title</td> <td width="596px">: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management</strong></a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Abbreviation</td> <td>: AJIM</td> </tr> <tr> <td>ISSN</td> <td>: <a href="">2722-5062</a> (media online) <strong><br /></strong></td> </tr> <tr> <td>DOI Prefix</td> <td>: <a class="break-words" href=""></a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Editor in Chief</td> <td>: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Muhamad Nafik Hadi Ryandono</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Publisher</td> <td>: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Badan Pengembangan Bisnis Rintisan dan Inkubasi</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Universitas Airlangga</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td>Frequency</td> <td>: Biannual, June and October</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Citation Analysis</td> <td>: <a href=";hl=id" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Google Scholar</a> | <a href=";and_facet_source_title=jour.1389813" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Dimension</a></td> </tr> <tr> <td> </td> <td> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p>Airlangga Journal of Innovation and Management (E-ISSN: <a href=";1589764381&amp;76&amp;&amp;" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2722-5062</a>) is a peer-reviewed journal published twice a year (June and October) since 2020 by Badan Pengembangan Bisnis Rintisan dan Inkubasi (BPBRIN) Airlangga University. Airlangga Journal of Innovation and Management is intended to be the BPBRIN’s journal for publishing articles reporting the results of research into innovation management. Airlangga Journal of Innovation and Management invites manuscripts in the areas of multidisciplinary perspective.</p> <p>The primary criterion for publication in the journal is the significance of the contribution an article makes to the literature in the innovation management of multidisciplinary area, i.e., the significance of the contribution and the rigor of the analysis and the presentation of the paper. The acceptance decision is made based upon an independent review process that provides critically constructive and prompt evaluations of submitted manuscripts.</p> Universitas Airlangga en-US Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2722-5062 <p align="justify">1. Copyright of this journal is possession of Editorial Board and Journal Manager, by the knowledge of author, whilst the moral right of the publication belongs to the author.</p><p align="justify">2. Legal formal aspect of journal publication accessibility refers to Creative Commons Atribusi-Non Commercial-No ShareAlike (CC BY-NC-SA),implies that publication can be used for non-commercial purposes in its original form (cannot be modified).</p><p align="justify">3. Every publications are open access for educational purposes, research, and library. Other that the aims mentioned above, editorial board is not responsible for copyright violation.</p><div> <a href="" rel="license"><img src="" alt="Creative Commons License" /></a><br /><strong>AJIM by <a href="" rel="cc:attributionURL">Unair</a></strong><span> </span><strong>is licensed under a</strong><span> </span><a href="" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License</a><span>.</span></div> Effectiveness of Supply Management Using Kanban System in Hospital Pharmacy Logistics: A Case Study <p>The aims of this research are, first to determine the stock profile of medical consumables before and after the implementation of Kanban system, and second to analysis the effectiveness inventory management of Kanban application. The research method uses descriptive quantitative by comparing the pre-experimental and post-experimental averages. An experiment was conducted to apply the Kanban system to pharmaceutical logistics at a hospital in Ponorogo for two months. Analysis using the FSN method based on TOR, ROP method, Safety Stock method followed by the implementation of the Kanban system. The results obtained are the average pre-Kanban purchase is 6715.7 and post-Kanban is 2232.8. The average ending inventory before Kanban is 8638.6 and after Kanban is 1656.2. The results of the paired t test yield a significant value for purchases of 0.168, which means that there are significant differences in pre-Kanban and post-Kanban purchases. The percentage of effectiveness tested with an N Gain score of 49.362% for purchases and for final stock of 47.655% shows that it is still in the less effective category. The benefit of this research is that in theory it provides an overview of the method for testing the effectiveness of kanban implementation, in practice it provides an overview of Kanban implementation.</p> Cinthya Ratna Yuniar Wida Riana Ulfa Nur Maa'idah Erna Agung Rakhmawati Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 125 135 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.47010 The Impact of Islamic Fintech on Poverty Alleviation in Indonesia: A Socio-Economic Implications <p>Poverty alleviation remains a critical focus in Indonesia's agenda alongside technological advancement. The establishment of an inclusive Islamic financial ecosystem, integrating digital financial services (fintech), stands as a significant initiative. However, challenges including regulatory inadequacies, complex licensing, misuse in terrorism financing, and consumer disputes plague this evolving landscape. This study investigates the impact of Islamic fintech on poverty reduction from 2005 to 2022, utilizing an Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) model. Results indicate that Islamic fintech interventions exhibit promise in mitigating poverty while strengthening the financial system. This underscores the pivotal role of the financial infrastructure in societal welfare development. Compared to mere economic growth, Islamic fintech demonstrates potential for sustained socio-economic development, particularly aiding Shariah-compliant enterprises seeking expansion. The findings emphasize the necessity of addressing regulatory intricacies to fully harness the transformative potential of Islamic fintech. This study underscores the significance of fostering an enabling regulatory environment, contributing to Indonesia's long-term socio-economic development and poverty alleviation strategies.</p> Tegar Rismanuar Nuryitmawan Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 136 146 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.49478 Technology Acceptance Model of ATM Machine Services: A Case Study of MyGraPARI within Analytical Hierarchy Process <p>Determining the priority level of acceptance of the MyGraPARI ATM machine service technology at Jam Gadang Bukit Tinggi is crucial for enhancing user satisfaction and streamlining financial transactions. The implementation of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) framework can effectively identify and prioritize factors that influence user acceptance and satisfaction. AHP systematically decomposes the decision-making process into a hierarchical structure, enabling the evaluation of various criteria based on their relative importance. AHP quantifies the subjective judgments of decision-makers, resulting in a comprehensive understanding of the factors that drive user acceptance and satisfaction. This predictive capability enables decision-makers to select the most effective strategies, optimizing the overall user experience and maximizing the adoption of MyGraPARI ATM machines at Jam Gadang Bukit Tinggi. In conclusion, the application of the AHP method is highly relevant and beneficial for overcoming existing challenges and enhancing the value proposition of MyGraPARI ATM machines. By prioritizing critical factors, implementing targeted strategies, and evaluating the impact of improvement efforts, AHP empowers decision-makers to optimize user acceptance and satisfaction, leading to a more successful and impactful MyGraPARI ATM service at Jam Gadang Bukit Tinggi.</p> Sutresno Achmad Affandi Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 147 157 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.49238 Influence of Halal Lifestyle, Islamic Branding, and Social Media Marketing on Muslim Fashion Purchasing Decisions <p>This study aim to analyze the influence of halal lifestyle, Islamic branding, social media marketing on Muslim fashion purchasing decisions in East Java. The current halal lifestyle trend also affects the consumption pattern of society, including Muslim fashion trends that are always developed. The development of information technology affects the economic activities carried out by community, as well as halal lifestyle indicates the increasing awareness of Muslims in making purchase decisions should be based on religiosity. This research uses a quantitative approach within multiple linear regression methods using Eviews 9 statistical tool. Data obtained by consumer surveys, the research was conducted online in August 2023 with 101 respondents in East Java. The result showed halal lifestyle variable does not have a significant effect on the purchase decision variable. Furthermore, Islamic branding and social media marketing variable are a significant effect on the purchase decision variable. In purchasing Muslim fashion products, not all consumers pay attention to halal lifestyle because sometimes in determining the purchase of a Muslim fashion product consumer think more about brands and products that are trending on social media. Thus, this research bring any practical implication for Muslim fashion business to strengthen promotion and communication through social media that has a greater likelihood of marketing than through traditional advertising channels.</p> Mutmainah Muhammad Ryan Romadhon Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 158 171 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.49714 Implementation of Marketing Strategy Innovation and Business Model Development: Study of SMEs in Tourism Village <p>This research aims to formulate marketing strategies and develop business models for SMEs in Tourism Village, that is Ngargogondo Village. This research was conducted based on a qualitative descriptive approach for exploratory purposes. Primary data was obtained based on interviews and observations, secondary data was obtained from literature and government documents. Data was analyzed based on SWOT analysis and Business Model Canvas (BMC). The research results show that SMEs in Ngargogondo Village need to improve product aspects, marketing communication aspects and distribution aspects. The products offered require increased innovation and diversification to support the value proposition. In marketing, social media influencers are needed to increase audience awareness of these SME products and to improve distribution channels. The research results provide managerial implications for SME owners to implement innovative marketing strategies. By implementing the proposed strategy related to marketing aspects, SMEs in Ngargogondo Village are expected to develop and be sustainable to support Borobudur as a national tourism strategic area. The research results also provide theoretical implications in the form of methods that can be used to formulate marketing strategies and develop SME business models. Future research can replicate the method or combine it with other strategy formulation tools.</p> Andhatu Achsa Diar Marlina Verawati Ivo Novitaningtyas Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 172 184 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.49859 Does Islamic Finance Matter for Poverty Development in Indonesia? <p>Poverty remains a multifaceted economic challenge that necessitates a variety of solutions. The method that must be pursued focuses on enhancing economic, social wellbeing, and equalizing people's purchasing power to satisfy life's requirements rather than only economic growth. The purpose of this study is to discover and assess the impact of mudharabah finance, zakat, and inflation on poverty alleviation in Indonesia, both individually and collectively. The data utilized is secondary data from associated agencies such as the Financial Services Authority (OJK), the National Zakat Amil Agency (BAZNAS), Bank Indonesia (BI), and the Central Agency of Statistics (BPS) for 2006-2022 period. The study employed a multiple linear regression model and hypothesis testing utilizing E-Views 12 Software, with mudharabah funding, zakat, and inflation serving as independent factors and poverty level serving as the dependent variable. The findings of the regression tests show that mudharabah and zakat finance have a considerable negative influence on poverty, but the inflation rate has a negligible positive effect on poverty. The government, as a policymaker, can maximize the distribution of mudharabah and zakat finance for poverty alleviation initiatives; nevertheless, government must continue to pay attention to the inflation rate in order to regulate and distribute people's buying power in a balanced manner.</p> Rachmania Nurul Fitri Amijaya Andika Eko Prassetyo Rensia Yuliati Pratama Intan Wardah Kharisma Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 185 197 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.49756 The Effect of Profit-Sharing on Productivity of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSME) in Indonesia <p>Research on the effect of profit-sharing on large-scale enterprise productivity has been done in many countries. But previous study found an inconsistent results, that is profit sharing is not significantly influence productivity of MSMEs. This research aims to deepen more about the reason is this profit-sharing in its application have or don’t have a significant impact in increasing productivity of Micro and Small Enterprises in Indonesia. The qualitative research method used in this research is through in-depth interview techniques to seven respondents who are MSME entrepreneurs in the manufacturing sector with product types that vary between respondents. The purpose of this interview is to gather information about the system of wages and distribution of bonuses in MSMEs, which have different characteristics from large industries in general. The interview results show that there is profit sharing in Indonesia MSMEs, but it is not considered as financial compensation or work bonus that leads to the next performance target. However, most of them interpreted as "kindness" from MSME owners in form of financial or non-financial benefits. This research brings research implication that profit sharing on MSMEs are unique and can be applied in many forms. Even though in previous quantitative study, profit sharing is stated as not significantly influence the MSMEs productivity and performance, In some cases, profit sharing is proven to increase the motivation and loyalty of employees.</p> Dhonna Widya Poernamasari Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 198 207 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.48385 Confirming the Receipts of International Tourism in Indonesia after the COVID-19 Pandemic: Analyzed with Macroeconomic Indicators <p>This study aims to analyze International Tourism Receipts in Indonesia with the variables of International Trade, Inflation, and Exchange Rates during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. The analysis technique used to answer the problem is regression analysis using the Ordinary Least Squares (OLS) method. This type of research data uses secondary data obtained from the World Bank, Central Statistics Agency, and Bank Indonesia during the 2002-2022 period. The results of research analysis show that 1) the International Trade variable has a significant negative effect on International Tourism Receipts in Indonesia during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. The stability of international trade fluctuates, tends to decrease, but after the COVID-19 pandemic and the relaxation of social distancing policies, there has been an increase in international tourism. 2) The Inflation variable has a significant negative effect on International Tourism Receipts in Indonesia. A higher inflation rate increases living and travel costs, then reduces tourist interest. 3) The exchange rate variable has a significant and positive effect toward international tourism receipts. The increase of dollar exchange rate against the rupiah, will increase tourist interest in Indonesia. The implications of the results of this research are important for stakeholders and tourism sector companies so that they can continuously increase International Tourism Receipts in Indonesia through keeping macroeconomic indicators consisting of International Trade, Inflation and Exchange in Indonesia.</p> Asma Munifatussaidah Jihan Nabila Zahara Siti Zubaidah Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 208 218 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.48535 The Influence of Brand Image on Customer Loyalty through Customer Satisfaction as Intervening Variable on Skincare Products <p>The increasing Muslim population and the trend of halal living in Indonesia have made competition between skincare product brands in Indonesia increasingly fierce. Safi skincare products are one of the brands that has an Islamic brand image and emphasizes halal products. This research was conducted to determine the influence of brand image on customer loyalty with the mediating effect of customer satisfaction on Safi Indonesia skincare products. The target of this research is Safi Indonesia skincare consumers. This research used a sample of 175 consumers who had purchased Safi skincare products, using the SEM-PLS analysis technique. The results of this research show that brand image has a significant relationship with customer loyalty, brand image has a significant relationship with customer satisfaction, customer satisfaction has a significant relationship with customer loyalty, then brand image has a significant relationship with customer loyalty with customer satisfaction as a mediating effect. This research can be used as a guide or reference for research related to the same field as well as being a source of knowledge for comparison of existing theories.</p> Niswatul Ma'azah Ari Prasetyo Copyright (c) 2023 Airlangga Journal of Innovation Management 2023-12-08 2023-12-08 4 2 219 228 10.20473/ajim.v4i2.50401