IBM Asmi Collaboration with the Business World to Help Overcome Post-Covid-19 Unemployment

Authors

  • Freddy Johanis Rumambi Institut Bisnis dan Multimedia Asmi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37010/kangmas.v5i1.1511

Keywords:

collaboration, covid-19, community development training

Abstract

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a significant increase in the number of unemployed in various economic sectors. Collaboration between IBM ASMI and the business world is a strategic step in overcoming the problem of unemployment after COVID-19. By combining technological expertise and resources from IBM ASMI as well as experience and business networks from the corporate world, this collaboration aims to create new job opportunities, provide training and increase skills to job seekers, and encourage innovation in creating sustainable solutions to improve the post-pandemic economy . The collaboration developed in this paper is a summary and analysis of reports on PKM activities carried out by IBM and the Business World in Community Development Training activities. The activity participants consisted of 40 participants, consisting of 30 participants from the ready-to-work group and 10 participants from the entrepreneurial group. Furthermore, after completing the training, the participants are immediately distributed to companies that have collaborated and are committed to this program. The conclusions are: a) The companies are ready to accept participants who have been trained by IBM according to their field of expertise and company needs, b) A total of 40 training participants consisting of 30 work-ready participants and 10 entrepreneurial participants successfully passed both theoretical and practical learning. . c) Participants are trained by official IBM instructors/lecturers who are experts in the fields of management, accounting, business administration, office administration and information systems.

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Published

2024-03-21

How to Cite

Rumambi, F. J. (2024). IBM Asmi Collaboration with the Business World to Help Overcome Post-Covid-19 Unemployment. KANGMAS: Karya Ilmiah Pengabdian Masyarakat, 5(1), 8–14. https://doi.org/10.37010/kangmas.v5i1.1511
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