Track: Case Studies
This study aims to test and analyze the influence of lecturer motivation and certification on lecturer performance through job satisfaction at STMIK Dipanegara Makassar. This study uses Quantitative Inference because it is expected to show the relationship between variable X and Variable Y through number numbers. Numbers will make it easier for researchers to analyze and provide the results of conclusions of answers, and formulations of the problems proposed. The analysis results showed that motivation, lecturer certification, and job satisfaction have a positive and significant effect on the performance of lecturers at STMIK Dipanegara Makassar. The result revealed that variable motivation, certification, and job satisfaction positively and significantly affect lecturers' job satisfaction at the Higher School of Informatics and Computer Management (STMIK) in Makassar. The better the motivation, it will be able to increase lecturer performance in the hope that it can contribute to the quality learning process of STMIK Dipanegara Makassar. The three variables with indicators that make up these variables give real meaning to the performance of lecturers through job satisfaction and are maintained or further improved because job satisfaction gives a meaningful and real meaning to the achievement of lecturer performance. Motivation with the indicators that make up the variable gives a meaningful meaning to the performance of lecturers. The expected motivation in the form of physical, security, and achievement needs owned by lecturers contributes to better lecturer performance improvement. Certification with indicators that form these variables gives a meaningful meaning to the performance of lecturers, certifications applied in the form of competencies and additional income provide a real and meaningful contribution to the performance of lecturers. Job satisfaction with the indicators that make it up gives real meaning to the performance of lecturers. Job satisfaction in the form of satisfaction with superiors/leaders, satisfaction with work, and colleagues as lecturers contribute to the performance of lecturers.