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Research Paper | Public Administration | Indonesia | Volume 10 Issue 11, November 2021
The Influence of Organizational Culture on Organizational Performance with Employee Motivation as a Mediation Variable at the Regional Development Planning Agency (Bappeda) Jember
Giyanto  | Wilda Rasaili | Ach Andiriyanto
Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the influence of organizational culture on organization performance through employee motivation as mediating variables in Regional Development Planning Board (Bappeda) Jember. This research uses descriptive quantitative research methods. The population and sample in this study amounted to 47 respondents consisting of all employees of the Regional Development Planning Agency of Jember Regency. There are five indicators in organizational culture variables, are as follows: 1) capability, 2) commitments, 3) consistency, 4) obedience / cohesion, and 5) the values and norms in the organization. For employee motivation variables, there are five indicators used in this study, namely: 1) physical needs, 2) the need for security and safety, 3) social needs, 4) self - esteem needs, and 5) self - actualization. For organizational performance variables, there are six indicators used in this research, namely 1) effectiveness, 2) efficiency, 3) quality, 4) productivity, 5) quality of work life, 6) learning and innovation. The results of this study indicate that organizational culture has no direct effect on organizational performance, but after being mediated by employee motivation, the results show that organizational culture has a significant effect on organizational performance.
Keywords: Culture, Motivation, Performance, Mediation
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 11, November 2021,
Pages: 227 - 232