Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 7(4A), pp. 15 - 21
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071403
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The Impact of I-Performance in Changing the Work Culture of Lecturers to Increase the Productivity of Three Pillars (Tri Dharma) of Higher Education in Indonesia


Muhammad Rozahi Istambul *
Department of Information System, Faculty of Engineering, Widyatama University, Indonesia

ABSTRACT

Lecturers at universities in Indonesia have a work culture based on performance on Tri Dharma, namely teaching; research; and community service. Teaching is a performance that is often done by lecturers because it has become a pattern of routines every semester. However, the lecturer research performance in a ratio between the number of lecturers and the number of publications is still not optimal. This is based on the observation of the Indonesian Minister of Research and Technology (Menristekdikti) in July 2018, that recently Indonesia only recorded 13,250 titles of published journals from the previous record of 5,499 titles in 2015. Likewise, the performance of community services is still not optimal just like the assessment of research performance. The application of the I-Performance is one of the strategies to increase the productivity of lecturer performance in a university in Indonesia and will help change the work culture in increasing the amount of research and community service. The application of I-Performance will be the controller for the lecturers in taking responsibility for their work program. In addition to being able to plan and implement its own work program, this application can also see the progress of the activities in real time which can automatically be monitored by both the lecturer and the leader.

KEYWORDS
I-Performance, Work Culture, Increase Productivity, Tri Dharma

Cite this paper
Muhammad Rozahi Istambul . "The Impact of I-Performance in Changing the Work Culture of Lecturers to Increase the Productivity of Three Pillars (Tri Dharma) of Higher Education in Indonesia." Universal Journal of Educational Research 7.4A (2019) 15 - 21. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2019.071403.