Do Affective Commitment, Competency and Deming Cycle Affect the Need for Achievement and Job Performance?

Agus Sujarwo, Sukisno S. Riadi, Sugeng Hariyadi, Tetra Hidayati


This study aims to determine the effect of affective commitment, competency and Deming cycle to the need for achievement and job performance. The research was conducted on the field supervisor of PT Mitra Indah Lestari, a coal mining contractor company in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Respondents who answered and returned the questionnaire were 62 respondents from 72 questionnaires distributed. This research used Partial Least Square (PLS) approach and WarpPLS software. The results show that competency and Deming cycle have significant effect on the need for achievement and job performance. While affective commitment only affects the need for achievement. The influence of affective commitment and the Deming cycle directly affect job performance, while competency affects job performance through the need for achievement.

Keywords: Affective Commitment, Competency, Deming Cycle, Need for Achievement, Job Performance.

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