Motivaton, Ability and Leadership: The Mediating Role of Organizational Culture on Employee Performance
SETYANTI, Sri Wahyu Lelly Hana
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The results of research conducted with primary data from filling out the questionnaire, it was found that respondents who stated strongly agreed that variables affect performance (52%), \motivation (43%), ability (60%), leadership (56%), and organizational culture (60%). Based on the results of the calculation of the cross coefficient on the path analysis that the total effect of motivational factors, abilities, leadership, and organizational culture has a positive effect on employee performance. Thus the hypotheses which state that motivation, ability, and leadership factors have a positive effect on the performance of the Irrigation Service Office employees in Bondowoso are accepted. Organizational culture that is applied in the Irrigation Service Office at Bondowoso suggested that it prioritizes a work climate that is able to adjust to the situation and conditions of employees and leaders, is expected to continue to increase employee motivation by not ignoring the rights and interests of the employees concerned.
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