MOTIVATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE ON PERFORMANCE WITH SELF-EFFICACY MEDIATION

Tri Mardiana, Sucahyo Heriningsih

Abstract


The study aims to determine firstly the direct effect of motivation on performance,
secondly the indirect effect of motivation on performance mediated by self efficacy, thirdly
the direct influence of organizational culture on the performance, and lastly the indirect
influence of organizational culture on performance mediated by self-efficacy. The subjects
of this study are 60 women from the group of cashew producer. Hence, the sampling
technique uses Census and the data collection method uses semi-structured interviews and
questionnaires. The data analysis uses Simple Linear Regression and Path Analysis. Based
on the data processing results, it shows: 1) the direct effect of motivation on the performance
are at 0,287; 2) the indirect effect of motivation on performance mediated by self efficacy
are at 0.440; 3) the direct effect of organizational culture on the performance are at 0,260;
and 4) the indirect influence organizational culture on performance mediated by selfefficacy
mediated are at 0.426.


Therefore, it can be concluded that self-efficacy can help in overcoming the existing
problems in the organization, because self-efficacy encourage the efforts to improve
performance. Within strong, dynamic, and positive motivation and organizational
culture, one’s performance will definitely increase and shows good progress.


Keywords: motivation, organizational culture, performance, self efficacy mediation.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24002/modus.v28i2.852

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