• Sardi Effendi STIE Tribuana


Abstract: Private Higher Education (PTS) in Indonesia are assuming more risks than ever before as they face the challenges associated with protecting their reputation, role, and ability to stay competitive. Reputation is one of the most important PTS’s intangble assets, highly vulnerable, and also one of the most difficult to protect. The biggest threat to PTS’s reputation is seen to be a failure to comply with regulatory or legal obligations (BAN, UU Guru & Dosen, etc), failure to deliver minimum academic standards, unethical practices (fraud & illegal lecturing) in the institution, and failure to hit financial performance targets. The PTS are taking a renewed look at their operational and strategic planning processes in order to assure continued long-term viability and stability. At the same time, stakehoders of PTS have greater expectations of administrators and faculty, and in some cases are implementing business practices that run counter to the long-standing traditions of academia. These dynamic factors are forcing the PTS to look at their world in a very different way. Many are finding they need a fresh approach to risk management. Key to this way of looking at risk management is understanding risk from multiple perspectives. Traditional risk assessments for PTS have concentrated on hazard risks alone, with little or no attention paid to reputation risks. A campus-wide risk assessment takes into account risks from all of these perspectives and quantifies them to provide a more comprehensive understanding of the institution's risk profile.

How to Cite
EFFENDI, Sardi. ELEMEN RISIKO DALAM MANAJEMEN PERGURUAN TINGGI SWASTA. Parameter, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 41-47, apr. 2018. ISSN 1979-8865. Available at: <http://jurnal.stie-tribuana.ac.id/index.php/JP/article/view/18>. Date accessed: 23 oct. 2019.