Determinants of Business Models Innovation of Islamic Bank in Indonesia

Firman Jatnika, Nury Effendi, Erie Febrian, Mokhamad Anwar
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXII, Issue 2, 64-82, 2019
EOI: 10.11214/thalassinos.22.02.004

Abstract:

Purpose: This study analyzes the effect of dynamic capabilities, customer knowledge management, and religiosity each as a determinant that drives all components and systems in an organization to run business model innovations, to improve business performance to be healthy and to grow sustainably. Design/Methodology/Approach: The quantitative, descriptive and explanatory analysis was taken by using the SEM-PLS method. Research data were collected through questionnaires with participants of this study being senior managers of Indonesia Islamic banks. Findings: The results show that religiosity variable together with the Customer Knowledge Management and Dynamic Capability variables simultaneously and partially through business model innovations are proved to influence business performance. Religiosity variables are positive and significant determinants of business model innovation. Religiosity, Customer Knowledge Management, and Dynamic Capability do not directly influence business performance. Practical Implications: The results show that the religiosity variable, alongside Customer Knowledge Management and Dynamic Capability variables simultaneously through business model innovations influences business performance and they can be used by the top management to improve performance. Originality/Value: The study implies a recommendation for Islamic banks to allocate enough resources and invest in improving learning capabilities, building tools and methodologies to find out customer needs in depth.


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