Kapabilitas Dinamik Pemerintahan Daerah Dalam Mengembangkan Daya Saing Ekonomi Kreatif Di Kota Depok

Wulandari, Florentina Ratih (2022) Kapabilitas Dinamik Pemerintahan Daerah Dalam Mengembangkan Daya Saing Ekonomi Kreatif Di Kota Depok. Doctoral thesis, Universitas Brawijaya.

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The development of sustainability and resilience of the creative economy competitiveness facing various forms of environmental change can be done through the working of capable dynamic governance capabilities and supported by the management of creative economy’s able people and agile processes based on optimal information technology support. In the dynamic governance context, the dynamic capability of the Depok City governance which capable, plays an important role in producing an adaptive policy for the development of sustainable and highly resilient creative economy competitiveness. The purpose of this study is to explore and demonstrate the dynamic capability model of government in Depok City to develop the competitiveness of the creative economy sector. The dynamic capability of government proposed by Neo and Chen (2007) for national scale issue. Therefore, this research brought up the issue of the dynamic capability of government for the local scale. The main theory as the discourse in this research was the dynamic capability framework in the context of the dynamic governance which was developed by Neo and Chen (2007). The dynamic capability developed by Neo and Chen (2007) operates in the realm of government, for as one of the development of the dynamic capability concept in the business realm proposed by Teece, et al (1997). The dynamic capabilities of governance by Neo and Chen (2007) consist of the capabilities of think ahead, think again and think across. The dynamic capability of government in the context of dynamic governance by Neo and Chen (2007) is the government ability for integrating, building, then reconfiguring the internal and external competencies so the government can adapt the programs and the public policies to its resources through the paths of change that have been formulated and implemented to achieve long-term national development goals. The research locus in Depok City. The research lasted from January 2020 to October 2021. The focus of research is on the dynamic capabilities of the Depok City government in managing the competitive power of the creative economy sector, managing able people and agile processes in developing the competitiveness of the Depok City creative economy sector, as well as the existing model and recommendation model for dynamic capability of Depok City Governance to increase the competitiveness of the creative economy sector. The research method used qualitative methods, supported by interactive data analysis techniques modeled by Miles, Huberman and Saldana (2014) and data management tools using NVivo R1. The research revealed that: (1). The dynamic capabilities Depok City governance tend to be did not capable for the current moment so that these did not have firm foundation, in dealing with uncertainty environmental changes. These conducted to the phenomena of the condition of the strategic planning capability (think ahead) which was optimally supported by information technology, but on the other hand, currently, the monitoring and evaluation capabilities (think again) did not optimal due to the unequal use of information technology in the monitoring and evaluation system and the absence of creative economy regulatory innovations. Likewise, the capability of inter-institutional synergy (think across) did not optimal yet, due to the lack of intensive collaboration among stakeholders, nor the formation of a structured institution that accommodated collaboration among creative economy stakeholders in the City of Depok. (2). The management of able people and agile processes that have not been optimal in developing the competitive power of the creative economy sector in Depok City conduct to the limited number of able people in the creative economy sector and the absence of special regulatory innovations for the creative economy. (3) The dynamic capability model of the Depok City government in developing competitiveness did not capable, considering the conditions above, currently. Therefore, this study revealed recommendation model for the dynamic capability of the government "Gong Si Bolong" as a reconstruction model of the dynamic governance capability framework Neo and Chen's (2007), by adding of information technology element, that includes pentahelix collaboration in the dynamic governance capability, which is supported by local culture, in the form of a deliberative democratic culture that internalized in a pluralistic society (melting pot society). This finding confirms and develops to the concept of local dynamic governance capability, local economy development and the concept of collaboration in local governance. To develop sustainable competitiveness of the creative economy sector, the Depok City governance needs to strengthen the dynamic capability of the governance which are supported by the use of information technology, the constructive local culture for organizational culture and institutionalize pentahelix collaboration. The capable dynamic capability governance can obtain the competitive advantage for the local creative economy sector.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Additional Information (ID): E0001-22.pdf
Uncontrolled Keywords: dynamic governance capability, able people, agile processes, information technology, creative economy, pentahelix collaboration
Subjects: 300 Social Science > 330-339 Economics (Ilmu Ekonomi) > 338.9 Economic Development and Growth (Perkembangan Ekonomi, Pertumbuhan Ekonomi,Pemberdayaan Ekonomi, Usaha Kecil)
300 Social Science > 350-359 Public Administration and Military Science (Administrasi Negara dan Ilmu Kemiliteran) > 351 Public Administration (Administrasi Negara)
Divisions: Thesis,Disertasi & Penelitian > Disertasi
Depositing User: CR Cherrie Rachman
Date Deposited: 17 Oct 2022 03:11
Last Modified: 13 Feb 2023 04:20
URI: http://repository.ut.ac.id/id/eprint/10065

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