INSTITUTION PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES THROUGH THE CAPACITY BUILDING OF LECTURERS

  • Erialdy * Universitas Islam Syekh-Yusuf Tangerang
Keywords: Institution Performance, Strategy, Capacity Building

Abstract

Lecturers have a very strategic function and role in the development of the education sector, therefore it is necessary to develop them as a dignified profession. Lecturer performance is strongly influenced by the commitment of educational institutions and professional commitment which is the basis of action or direction in performing tasks. A performance improvement strategy needs to be pursued by compiling a number of capacity building programs for lecturers that emphasize increasing competence, service capability, both services to students and other customers and designed programmatically based on priorities to improve institutional performance. The purpose of this study was to describe the strategy for improving institutional performance through capacity building for lecturers. The method used in this research is a qualitative approach, carried out at the YPDR Midwifery Academy Jakarta. Collecting data using interview techniques and documentation studies as well as tracing reference studies that are considered relevant. Data analysis was carried out in four stages, namely data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions or verification. Testing the validity of the data using source triangulation techniques. The results of the study conclude that the YPDR Jakarta Midwifery Academy encourages and facilitates the improvement of lecturers' capabilities with a lecturer guidance strategy according to the needs of the institution so that lecturers can provide professional services that will have implications for themselves and their surroundings, including improving institutional performance.

Published
2021-01-31
How to Cite
*, E. (2021). INSTITUTION PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES THROUGH THE CAPACITY BUILDING OF LECTURERS. IJO -International Journal of Business Management, 4(01), 10-15. Retrieved from http://ijojournals.com/index.php/bm/article/view/400