Productivity and Quality in Smart Manufacturing Systems

A Dynamic Business Modelling Approach to Design and Experiment New Successful Business Incubator Model for Indonesia

Lina Gozali, Hetty Karunia Tunjungsari, Teuku Yuri M. Zagloel, Docki Saraswati, Benny Tjahjono, Togar Mangihut Simatupang, Moses Laksono Singgih, Maslin Masrom, Habibah @Norehan Harun, Wahyudi Sutopo


The dynamic systems approach was applied to real business incubators to show practical examples of their use. This proposal illustrates and discusses a strategic design tool based on a combination of conventional Business Model representation schemes and Dynamic Systems modeling. This proposal aims to determine government policy’s focus on helping business incubators realize increased business performance and revenue start-up strategies. This research is useful for all stakeholders. It is hoped that this research will produce good government policies to encourage economic growth through the management of business incubators in Indonesia. This research will be intense after measuring the influencing factors. It will be processed and analyzed that policy changes will affect future business incubation models for the Indonesian nation after the Covid 19 pandemic. The method used in this research is a mixture of quantitative and qualitative methodologies. This research took samples from several business incubators at several universities in Indonesia in 2020-2023. Descriptive quantitative and qualitative analysis to reveal each aspect of the assessment: the ability to solve problems, data interpretation results serve to perfect the successful business incubator model’s completeness in Indonesia.

Keywords: Dynamics System, Business Incubator, Business Incubator Roadmap

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