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SRP. 2020; 11(7): 556-569


Effect of Hard Skills, Soft Skills, Organizational Learning and Innovation Capability on Islamic University Lecturers’ Performance

Teguh Setiawan Wibowoa, Alfi Qonita Badi'atib, Arna Asna Annisac, Mohd Khaidir Abdul Wahabd, M. Rifa Jamaludine, Muhamad Rozikanf, Abdul Mufidg, Khaerul Fahmih, Agus Purwantoi, Akhmad Muhainij.




Abstract

The purpose of this research is to analyze the effect of hard skills, soft skills, organizational learning, and innovation capabilities on the performance of lecturers at Islamic Universities in Indonesia. Data collection was carried out by simple random sampling of 261 populations of an Islamic University in Indonesia. The results of the questionnaire were returned and valid as many as 244 samples. SEM method with SmartPLS 3.0 software is used for data processing. The research results show that hard skills, soft skills, organizational learning, and innovation capabilities have a positive and significant direct effect on lecturer performance. In addition, soft skills have the greatest influence on lecturer performance among other variables. This study proposes a model for building lecture performance among Indonesian Islamic University lecturers through increasing hard skills, soft skills, organizational learning, and innovation capabilities. This research can improve the readiness of lecturers in facing the education era 4.0.

Key words: Hard skills, organizational learning, performance, soft skills, lecturers’ innovation capability






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