The Influence of Leadership Commitment, Human Capital and Work Culture on Bureaucratic Performance Through Good Governance of Local Governments in South Sulawesi Province
Keywords:Leadership Commitment, Human Capital, Work Culture, Bureaucracy, Good Governance, South Sulawesi Regional Govern-ment
Purpose: This study aims to examine and analyze the influence of leadership commitment, human capital, and work culture on bureaucratic performance through good governance in local governments in the province of South Sulawesi.
Theoretical framework: Local governments face challenges in achieving effective performance and good governance. Factors such as leadership commitment, human capital, and work culture influence organizational effectiveness. Leadership commitment involves dedicated and accountable leaders, while human capital encompasses knowledge and skills. Work culture refers to shared values and behaviors. Good governance ensures transparency and accountability. Understanding these factors is crucial for improving local government performance and meeting public expectations.
Design/methodology/approach: The research method used is survey research, with questionnaires as the data collection instrument. Statistical analysis using the AMOS program is employed for data analysis.
Findings: The findings reveal the following: 1) Leadership commitment, human capital, and work culture have a positive and significant effect on good governance in local governments in South Sulawesi Province; 2) Leadership commitment, human capital, and work culture have a positive and significant influence on bureaucratic performance in local governments in South Sulawesi Province; 3) Good governance has a positive and significant influence on bureaucratic performance in local governments in South Sulawesi Province; 4) Leadership commitment, human capital, and work culture have a positive and significant effect on bureaucratic performance through good governance in local governments in South Sulawesi Province.
Research, Practical & Social implications: Implementing good governance principles can lead to more accountable and responsive local government organizations, enhancing public trust and satisfaction with government services. These insights have practical implications for policymakers and administrators seeking to enhance organizational effectiveness and serve their communities better.
Originality/value: The originality value of this study lies in its specific focus on the province of South Sulawesi and its examination of the influence of leadership commitment, human capital, and work culture on bureaucratic performance through good governance in the context of local governments.
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