Main Article Content
Lecturers as professional educators and as scientists, have the main task of building the character (character building) of students, transforming and developing, as well as disseminating science and technology through the activities of the Tri Dharma of Higher Education, which includes education, research and community service. No. 12 of 2012 concerning Higher education. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct research related to variables that can improve the job performance of lecturers, which include organizational culture, organizational commitment and Organizational Citizenship Behavior(OCB). The purpose of this study is to analyze and develop basic theoretical models and empirical research models to provide solutions to research gaps related to the importance of improving lecturer performance which is influenced by organizational culture, organizational commitment, professionalism and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) of lecturers. The research method in this research is to describe the type of research, namely quantitative research that is explanatory research, the population in this study is a lecturer at the Muhammadiyah University of Jember, for the sampling technique using non-probability sampling, the sampling technique using purposive sampling, research variables, definitions operational variables, research instruments, data collection techniques and data analysis techniques using multiple linear regression. The results of the data analysis show that organizational culture, OCB (Organizational Citizenship Behavior), organizational commitment and professionalism have a significant effect on lecturer performance.
Keywords: Organizational Culture, commitment, professionalism, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, antecedents, Lecturer Performance