The Effect of Big Five Personality on Lectures and Employee's Performance

Suhandiah, Sri, Ayuningtyas, Ayuningtyas and Oktaviani, Oktaviani (2018) The Effect of Big Five Personality on Lectures and Employee's Performance. In: Proceedings of International Conference on Information Technology Applications and Systems (ICITAS) 2018. Managing Digital Development for Sustainable Economy . Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Stikom Surabaya, Surabaya, pp. 19-24. ISBN 978-602-51367-0-2

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Lecturers and staffs play a very important role to achieve organizational goals in the university. The accomplishment of goals is the accumulation of each individual performance.The research is to test the association between the personality and the performance through the organizational commitment as a mediator empirically. The data was taken from 31 lecturers and 59 staffs and inspect by path analysis with SPSS. The study shows through the organizational commitment as a mediator the personality factors, such as Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness to New Experience are affecting the lecturer's performance. Meanwhile, as for the staffs, it just Conscientiousness and Neuroticism that associated with the performance. In addition, the study also shows that the organizational commitment has no effect on the performance of the lecturers.

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Item Type: Book Section
Additional Information: Sri Suhandiah, Ayuningtyas, Oktaviani
Uncontrolled Keywords: Personality, Big Five Theory, Performance, Organizational Commitment
Dewey Decimal Classification: 600 – Technology > 650 Management & auxiliary services > 658 General management
Divisions: Perpustakaan > Prosiding/Call for Papers
Depositing User: Agung P. W.
Date Deposited: 06 Mar 2023 09:58
Last Modified: 10 Mar 2023 16:27

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