Pengaruh Kompetensi Budaya Organisasi dan Motivasi Terhadap Kinerja Dosen Perguruan TInggi Swasta di Kota Makassar
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No 67n8g, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science
STATUS : POSTPRINT Published Link : http://www.economicsbosowa.unibos.id/index.php/eb/article/view/131/129 Publisher : Universitas Bosowa The phenomenon faced by the lecturers of Kopertis Region IX which is seconded because of the policy of the PTS managers who give less trust or responsibility and the opportunity to the lecturer to provide workload according to the guideline of BKD which has been determined, the policy of lecturer planning planning by the institution pay less attention to the mapping aspect and the low direct supervision of the private university leadership to lecturers. This is of course a deep-rooted problem rather than an unprofessional organizational culture of the faculty (Lecturer) within the scope of private universities so that private university teachers are not so motivated to further develop their own potentials that impact on the lecturer's performance. On the other hand lecturer competence is dominantly felt has been fulfilled through education programs that have been taken both formal and training. This study used a sample of 255 university lecturers with sampling using stratified random sampling method. The variables in this research are competence (X1), Organizational Culture (X2) Motivation (X3) and Lecturer Performance (Y). The result of this research stated that the competence, organizational culture, motivation have a significant effect on lecturer performance.
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