Membangun Perilaku Inovatif Dosen Perguruan Tinggi

Praptini Yulianti

Abstract


Tantangan ke depan perguruan tinggi di Indonesia adalah kemampuan institusi pendidikannya dalam menempatkan diri sejajar dengan universitas-universitas terkemuka di dunia. Dosen merupakan SDM perguruan tinggi yang memiliki peran yang sangat sentral dan strategis dalam seluruh aktivitas di perguruan tinggi. Perilaku inovatif dosen  dapat diwujudkan apabila dosen melaksanakan tugas dengan penuh kreatifitas untuk memberikan outcomes positif bagi perguruan tinggi. Perilaku inovatif  dapat distimuli  dengan iklim kreatif di perguruan tinggi. Sampel dalam penelitian ini adalah  sejumlah 145 dosen perguruan tinggi negeri di Surabaya. Metode pengumpulan data  menggunakan accidental sampling. Hasil penelitian ini adalah baik  dukungan perguruan tinggi pada inovasi maupun kualitas hubungan dengan pimpinan berpengaruh signifikan pada perilaku inovatif. Peran iklim kreatif di perguruan tinggi hanya memperkuat hubungan kualitas hubungan dengan pimpinan  pada perilaku inovatif.


Keywords


Perceived Organizational Support for Innovation; Leader Member Exchange; Expected Positive Performance Outcomes; Creative Organizational Climate

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