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The Lecturer’s Performance: Mediation of Commitment

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Ani Yunaningsih, Fajar Eryanto Septiawan, Teni Listiani, Doni Purnama Alamsyah



Lecturer’s Performance, Competencies, Commitment.



The importance of the educational level in Indonesia is in encouraging the country’s progress, so evaluation of the lecturer’s performance conducted. Reviewing the phenomenon, so this study aims to study the correlation of the lecturer’s performance to competence and commitment through testing of a mediation model. The research method is conducted through a survey to 384 lecturers in West Java, with the variable focuses on competence, commitment, and the lecturer’s performance. Data and information obtained from lecturers through a questionnaire, and it analyzed with the Structural Equation Modeling and used SmartPLS analysis tools. The research result knows that competence has a positive relationship to commitment, then commitment has a positive relationship to the lecturer’s performance. Research finding explains that the lecturer’s performance can be influenced indirectly by competence through commitment possessed. The importance of the lecturer’s commitment position in mediating the correlation of competence and the lecturer’s performance to appear one mediation model is a mediation model of commitment to increasing the lecturer’s performance. This information is useful for the institution in evaluating the lecturer regarding the internal factor of the lecturer, which is the level of competence and commitment.



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