The Effect of Organizational Culture on Lecturers’ Organizational Commitment in Private Universities in Indonesia

Furtasan Ali Yusuf


In rigorous and competitive working environment, higher education institutions  require a strong and supportive organizational basis. This study seeks to analyze the influence of organizational fundamentals of organizational culture on organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and the trust of lecturers as employees in tertiary institutions. This study is a quantitative study with the object of study in universities in Serang Banten, Indonesia. By using LISREL as the basis of structural equation modeling (SEM), the results show that organizational culture has a positive effect on organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and lecturer trust in the university environment. The implication is that a good and conducive organizational culture in tertiary institutions enables organizational members to build their integrity, competence, consistency and loyalty towards the tertiary organization. This condition can occur because of the existence of a conducive organizational culture, it will encourage members of the organization to actualize positive values in the organization, including the values contained in trust, such as integrity, competence, consistency and loyalty.

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