The Influence of Management Commitment on the Achievement of Lecturers through Work Motivation and Organizational Citizenship Behavior

Wahju A. Rini, Pamela H. Heng, Bobby Putrawan, Zeplin J. H. Tarigan, Sundring P. Djati, Ahmad Hidayat Sutawidjaya


Higher education as an organization is responsible for achieving “Tri Dharma,” including teaching, research, and community engagement. Management commitment the organization needs to motivate lecturers and improve performance. The data collected was from 53 lectures in Theological Seminary in Jakarta. Processing and data analysis used Partial Least Square to test the hypothesis. The study results found that management commitment to the Theological Seminary could increase the motivation work of the lecturer because they have a conducive environment. The lecturers' management commitment and motivation work can affect the organizational citizenship behavior to bring different behavior for the lecturers. Management commitment and lecturer work motivation can improve lecturer performance by increasing the Tri Dharma of lecturers in teaching, research, and community engagement. This study provides that theoretical development organizations could increase college rankings and increase competitiveness through the power of teamwork and the application of organizational citizenship behavior.



Keywords: management commitment, motivation, organizational citizenship behavior, lecturer performance.



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