Etty Puji Lestari
(Universitas Terbuka)

About the Journal

JOM is a media of information and communication for practitioners, researchers, and academics who are involved and pay attention to the development of the organization and management. Published by the Institute for Research and Community Service, Universitas Terbuka.

ISSN: 2442-9155 (Online) | ISSN: 2085-9686 (Printed)

About Jurnal Organisasi dan Manajemen (JOM)

  • Country of Publication: Indonesia
  • Publisher: LPPM Universitas Terbuka
  • Partnership: Forum Manajemen Indonesia (FMI)
  • Format: Print & Online
  • ISSN: P-ISSN: 2085-9686 E-ISSN: 2442-9155
  • DOI:
  • Frequency: Biannual
  • Publication Dates: January-June and July-December
  • Scope: Management; Finance; Organization; Bussiness
  • Article Processing Charges: Yes
  • Types of Journal: Academic/Scholarly Journals
  • Open Access: Yes
  • Indexed & Abstracted: Yes
  • Policy: Peer-reviewed
  • Review in Time: Average Eight Weeks
  • License: CC-BY-SA
  • Contact & Submission e-mail:



Current Issue

Vol. 19 No. 2 (2023)

Published: 2023-12-12


Quality Improvement Strategies for State University-Public Sector Agency: Lessons from Student Satisfaction Study

  •  Rini Dwiyani Hadiwidjaja
  •   Arif Imam Suroso
  •   Hermanto Siregar
  •   Illah Sailah

Page 300-315

Online Course: Factors Influencing Students’ Decision

  •  Yenny Maya Dora
  •   Joko Rizkie Widokarti
  •   Andy Ismail
  •   Dwinto Martri Aji Buana

Page 316-331

Determinant Factor Affecting Impulsive Buying Behavior of Fashion Products in E-Commerce

  •  Fedianty Augustinah
  •   Christina Yanita Setyawati
  •   Acai Sudirman

Page 332-344

Does Internet Information Enhance the Intention to Switch? Evidence Shifting to Eco-Friendly Products

  •  Angga Pandu Wijaya
  •   Widya Prananta
  •   Bogy Febriatmoko

Page 345-359

Person-Organization Fit and Employee Performance: Mediation Role Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment

  •  Jufrizen Jufrizen
  •   Hazmanan Khair
  •   Ade Putra Wijaya Siregar
  •   Weni Hawariyuni

Page 360-378

Turnover Intention among Employees of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs): The Moderating Role of Employee Engagement

  •  Siti Zulaikha Wulandari
  •   Eka Pariyanti
  •   Febriyanto Febriyanto

Page 410-423

The Effect of Workload on Turnover Intention among Health Workers, with Burnout as a Mediator and Work Stress as a Moderator

  •  I Nengah Aristana
  •   I Wayan Edi Arsawan
  •   I Gede Rihayana

Page 424-445

Competence, Innovative Work Behavior, and Work Engagement: A Comparison of Generation X and Millennials

  •  Mafizatun Nurhayati
  •   Nia Kusumawardani
  •   Asep Rokhyadi Permana Saputra
  •   Awan Santosa

Page 446-460

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