THE IMPACT OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE, LEADERSHIP AND PUBLICATION REGULATIONS IN ANALYZING LECTURER PERFORMANCE AT PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES IN INDONESIA
Lecturers and staff who have high performance will give a high contribution to the organization or university. This paper uses associative descriptive method that is analyzing the effect of independent variables on the dependent variable. In this paper also there are three independent variables that will be examined, namely organizational culture (X1), leadership (X2), and regulation on publication (X3) and one dependent variable, namely Lecturer Performance (Y). Lecturer performance as the dependent variable (Y) has quite diverse answers. The 80 respondents whose data were collected, the average score was 80.64 with a standard deviation of 7.92. While the range of answer scores on this variable is 65 for the lowest score and 99 for the highest score. With an average value of 80.64, the performance of lecturers can be classified as high. Conclusions (1) Organizational culture has a positive impact on lecturer performance. The impact is positive and real at the 5% significance level, with a correlation coefficient of 0.627. Thus, organizational culture gives a convincing impact on the increase in lecturer performance. (2) Performance with a correlation coefficient of 0.76. Thus leadership becomes a determining factor that gives impact to the performance of lecturers. The better the leadership of superiors, the higher the performance of the lecturers. (3) lecturer performance with a coefficient of 0.745. Thus the regulation of publication can be said to be a determining factor or a positive impact on lecturer performance.