A Study of Determinants of Lecturer Performance: The Islamic Universities in Makassar City Case
Published: 3 March 2021
European Journal of Business and Management Research , Volume 6, pp 111-117; doi:10.24018/ejbmr.2021.6.2.801
Abstract: This research aims to explore the determinants of lecturer performance at Islamic Universities in Makassar City using 327 foundation lecturers or civil servants. Data testing was carried out using AMOS (Analysis of Moment Structures). The results of this study provide evidence that leadership directly has a negative and insignificant effect on job satisfaction. Motivation has a negative and insignificant effect on lecturer performance, similar results were obtained in the indirect effect test, that work motivation has a negative and insignificant effect on lecturer performance through job satisfaction. The two-stage test results provide evidence that work motivation has a negative and insignificant effect on lecturer performance.
Keywords: motivation / satisfaction / job / Structures / Islamic / Makassar / insignificant / Universities / lecturer performance
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