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Yusdi Anra 1, Martinis Yamin  1,2
  • 1 Jambi University, Jl. Lintas Jambi - Muara Bulian Km. 15, Mendalo Darat, Jambi Luar Kota, Kota Jambi, Jambi 36122, Indonesia
  • 2 State Institute for Islamic Studies, Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi, Indonesia

Relationships between Lecturer Performance, Organizational Culture, Leadership, and Achievement Motivation

2017. Vol. 11. No. 2. P. 92–97 [issue contents]

This research is aimed at finding the effects of:

1) organizational culture on performance, 2) leadership on performance; 3) achievement motivation on performance; 4) organizational culture on achievement motivation; 5) leadership on achievement motivation. This research used a survey method with a causal approach. There were 255 lecturers selected from initial population of 706 individuals based on a simple random technique as the sample. This research was conducted using lecturers in Jambi University. The data were collected using a questionnaire as the research instrument. The validity test was conducted using the Cronbach’s alpha. The results showed that: first, there was a direct effect of organizational culture on performance; second, there was a direct effect of leadership on performance; third, there was a direct effect of achievement motivation on performance; fourth, there was a direct effect of organizational culture on achievement motivation; fifth, there was a direct effect of leadership on achievement motivation. The implication of this research is that the effort to improve lecturer performance can be made through improving the organizational culture, leadership, and achievement motivation.

Citation: Anra Y., Yamin M. (2017) Relationships between Lecturer Performance, Organizational Culture, Leadership, and Achievement Motivation. Foresight and STI Governance, vol. 11, no 2, pp. 92–97. DOI: 10.17323/2500-2597.2017.2.92.97
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