Lecturer’s Response to Establishment Plan of Business Incubators at Faculty of Agriculture UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta
Keywords:lectures, business, incubator, response
AbstractThis study aimed to examine the responses and the insight of lecturers to the establishment plan of a business incubator at the Faculty of Agriculture, UPN "Veteran" Yogyakarta. This research is a descriptive study using a qualitative approach. The technique for determining informants is purposive sampling, namely lecturers who teach entrepreneurship courses at the Faculty of Agriculture and students who study in the Agriculture Faculty, especially students from the Agribusiness Department. The data source used is primary data. Data collection techniques are using observation. Interviews using electronic questionnaires and focus group discussions. Data analysis techniques by collecting data, reducing data, presenting data, and making a conclusion. The results of this research showed that the lecturers gave a positive response to the plan of the business incubator and knew broadly about the business incubator. Therefore, it needs to realized immediately at the Faculty level because the availability of human resources (lecturer's knowledge) with improvements in management that supported by the institution funding from the institution (Faculty or University)
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