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Sustainable Partnership Strategy: Case Studies in Vocational High Schools and Partner Industries
A sustainable partnership strategy is essential in supporting the government's link and super match program in Indonesia. The partnership between vocational high schools and industry has a significant impact in producing competent graduates according to the needs of the world of work. However, the fact is that many schools and industries only form partnerships as a formality so that effective and efficient partnerships are not created, which has an impact on the program's discontinuity. Therefore, it is interesting to explore this issue more deeply about how the partnership strategy of vocational high schools and their partner industries can establish sustainable partnerships. The research method used is a single case study. Researchers collected data through in-depth interviews obtained through seven informants from schools and five informants from partner industries and conducted document studies to support sources of evidence. The results show that a sustainable partnership strategy requires (1) intrinsic motivation, (2) accommodation capability, (3) acculturation of industrial values, (4) mutual commitment, and (5) determination of program activities. These five points are the key to establishing a sustainable partnership between vocational high schools and their partner industries.
partnership, strategy, sustainability, case study, vocational high school, industry
This research is supported and dedicated to the Education Fund Management Institute (LPDP) and Yogyakarta State University who have supported and funded this research.
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Syauqi, K., Munadi, S., & Bruri Triyono, M. (2022). Sustainable Partnership Strategy: Case Studies in Vocational High Schools and Partner Industries. The Qualitative Report, 27(8), 1483-1498. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2022.5481