The Impact of Organizational Climate on Lecturer Performance: The Role Mediation of Individual Commitment

Sri Isfantin Puji Lestari, Widji Astuti, Sunardi .


This study aimed to analyze the influence of organizational climate, individual characteristic, and lecturer competence for performance through individual commitment. Lecturer as part of the organization has a very important role as a lecturer becomes the prime mover in all the processes and results of an organization. Lecturer commitment becomes important for an organization to create an organization's survival. Respondents in this study were 200 lecturer Kopertis VI in Surakarta, Central Java. The sampling technique is done by using purposive sampling, and data analysis using Structural Equation Model (SEM) with software assistance AMOS 20. The results showed that organizational climate can increase while the individual characteristic of individual commitment and competence lecturer was not to increase individual commitment. The results of this study interesting where the organizational climate, individual characteristic, and lecturer competence can improve performance, but individual commitment can not improve performance. Individual influences organizational commitment is able to mediate the climate, individual characteristic, and competence because the total effect is greater than the direct effect.

Keywords: Individual Characteristic, Lecturer Competence, Organizational Climate, Lecturer Performance

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