R. OTO ISKANDAR DI NATA’ LEADERSHIP IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF MODERN SUNDANESE LEADERSHIP IN THE ERA OF INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0

Authors

  • Oom Yomi Romlah
  • Bambang Heru Purwanto
  • Didi Turmudzi
  • Khaerul Syobar

Abstract

The industrial revolution has driven a change on almost all aspects of human’s life, but character.
This study analyzed social, cultural, and political background that form the leadership of Oto
Iskandar di Nata as well as to get the leadership characteristics of modern Sundanese leadership
and its relevance to leadership in the era of industrial revolution. This study used qualitative
method with literature studies approach. There were three points resulted in this study. First, the
leadership character of Oto Iskandar di Nata was formed through his experience and contact with
his environment, and supported by his former ethnicity “Menak”. He also got an education from
two cultures, namely Sundanese and the Dutch culture, while the political background was
obtained from his experience in any organization. Second, his leadership characteristics in
Pasundan Association (PP) was a combination between modern leadership and Sundanese
leadership. His leadership character could be justified by a theory of transformational leadership,
charismatic, solidarity maker, administrator, and Sundanese leadership Pangimbuh Ning Twah.
Third, the model of Sundanese leadership in term of entrepreneurial spirit with an integrity was a

novelty of this study. Therefore, this study implicated that a leadership can run effectively by
implementing an integrated and entrepreneurial leadership.

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Published

2020-11-18

How to Cite

Oom Yomi Romlah, Bambang Heru Purwanto, Didi Turmudzi, & Khaerul Syobar. (2020). R. OTO ISKANDAR DI NATA’ LEADERSHIP IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF MODERN SUNDANESE LEADERSHIP IN THE ERA OF INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 4.0. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(4), 959-967. Retrieved from http://palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/497