IJIMT 2015 Vol.6(1): 8-15 ISSN: 2010-0248
DOI: 10.7763/IJIMT.2015.V6.565

The Competitive Strategy in Green Building for Indonesian Stakeholder's

Mombang Sihite and Moses Alfian Simanjuntak
Abstract— The impact of global warming, cost efficiency, and limitations of fossil energies, influence man ideas trying to break through energy efficiency and alternative. One of that ideas is smart green building. Smart and green buildings deliver the financial and conservation benefits of energy management. There are three factors that support the development of smart green business in Jakarta (Indonesia), namely a stable macroeconomic conditions, government policies support, and the concept of strategic competitive. Macroeconomic factors should be stable, such as inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates. Thailand and Singapore are the examples of success in applying a concept of strategic competitive i.e. the generic strategic competitive strategy and the innovation value with conduct to Porter's five forces. The government support expectation is good bureaucratic system, their credibility incentives and certification standards as a guide for stakeholder's, market development funds, and good wishes of the government to conduct a tax reduction.

Index Terms— Competitive strategy, value innovation, sustainable growth, smart green building.

The authors are with Padjajaran University, Bandung city, Indonesia (e-mail: s.mombang.3a@id.azbil.com, mosesalfians@gmail.com).

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Cite: Mombang Sihite and Moses Alfian Simanjuntak, " The Competitive Strategy in Green Building for Indonesian Stakeholder‘s," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 8-15, 2015.

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