Technology Training & Creativity for Strengthening Employees

Objective – The objective of this study is to determine the effect of technology training and creativity on employees’
innovative behaviors.
Methodology/Technique – The research applied a quantitative exploratory method and a multiple regression method
with SPSS software. All data were from a survey with instruments/questionnaires to the saturated sample consisting of
all 116 employees at the Telecommunications Equipment Testing Center (henceforth BBPPT).
Finding – The results show that: the variables of technology training (X
1
) and creativity have the R
value of 0.488,
meaning that these variables contributed 48.8% to the innovative behaviors. Further technology training and creativity
aspect simultaneously and significantly affect the innovative behaviors, for this reason, the mathematical model Y = 0.043
+ 0.333 X
1
+ 0.662 X
2
is applicable for predicting the influence of variable X
1
and X
2
to variable Y;
Novelty – The absence of the variables of technology training and creativity will, therefore, decrease the value of the
variable of employees’ innovative behaviors to -0.043 in the scale of 1 to 5, poor category; on that ground, it is essential
to conduct programs regarding technology training and creativity cultivation. Further The creativity variable is the one
that contributes to the innovative behaviors the most, since the significance value of the variable is greater than the
technology training (0.662 > 0.333).


3.-Technology-Training-Creativity-for-Strengthening-Employees.pdf [245 KB]
2.-REVIEW-CIMSSR-00440-GJBHSSR.pdf [301 KB]
8.-PPT-FOR-PRESENTATION-CIMSSR-00440.pdf [128 KB]
PEER-REVIEW-KI-JURNAL-KE-2.pdf [208 KB]
8.-PEER-REVEIW-JOURNAL-2.pdf [242 KB]
4.-PEER-REVIEW-JURNAL-2.pdf [255 KB]


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Iffah Budiningsih, Tjiptogoro Dinarjo Soehari, Rachmawati Nurul Hidayati

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