POWER HEGEMONY: MARITIME ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION DIALECTICS ON POLITEKNIK MARITIM NEGERI, INDONESIA

Sri Tutie Rahayu

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The purposes of this research are: 1) Describe the organizational transformation process of SGC into Polimarin; 2) Describe the dialectic (process) that occurs during the SGC transformation process into Polimarin. The type of this research is qualitative case study with single case (single case single analysis). Four themes in the analysis: Theme 1 "preparing the land", theme 2 "finding the seed", theme 3 "waiting for planting season", theme 4 "planting and bloom though cannot be harvested yet". Existing institutional actors in the four themes are the main actors in Polimarin, Directorate General of Higher Education, Directorate General of Sea Transportation and IMO (International Maritime Organization).

 

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organizational transformation, planned change organization, continuity transformation, international competency integration, hegemonic

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