The Role of Smart Working in Mediating Participatory Altruistic Leadership, Competence, Quality knowledge in Learning Performance of Lecturers in Higher Education

Sri Handayani, DYP Sugiharto, Joko Sutarto Kardoyo


This study aims to explore indicate that lecturer learning performance is an important factor for lecturers in the Civil Engineering Education Study Program. Participatory altruistic leadership styles, competence, quality knowledge, smart working are very important to be measured to explain their effects on learning performance. If the lecturer has high competence and quality knowledge and is supported by appropriate leadership, it will have an impact on smart working, which in the end will achieve learning performance. This research was conducted of lecturers of civil engineering education throughout Indonesia and a sample of 76 peoples. The research method was conducted with quantitative and data analysis using structural equation modeling (SEM). Regression coefficient result that relationship between competence with smart working, participatory altruistic with smart working and quality of knowledge with smart working were 0.80, 0.86 and 0.81. Regression coefficient result that relationship between smart woking with learning performance, participatory altruistic with learning performance, quality knowledge with smart working and competence with smart working were 0.99, 0.91, 0.88, and 0.88.

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