Intellectual Capital Development Model of Muhammadiyah Higher Education in South Sulawesi

  •  Edi Jusriadi    
  •  Ida Bagus Wirawan    
  •  Falih Suaedi    


The dynamics of human resource development is characterized by the emergence of the issue of the workers diversity that occurs in an organization or institution. Diversity is defined as the difference in competence and individual attributes among lecturers within an institution. So with the issue , the objective of the research is Human Resource performance development based on Intellectual Capital. While the specific goals to be achieved to identify, analyze, and prove the contribution of intellectual capital development model as a process in supporting the performance of caturdharma lecturer of Muhammadiyah University (PTM) in South Sulawesi.

The research population is Lecturer of Muhammadiyah Universities in South Sulawesi with 158 lecturers selected by multistage sampling technique by using the method of descriptive statistic and Structural Equation Model (SEM).

The research found that the intellectual capital development model of Muhammadiyah university lecturer (PTM) in South Sulawesi was done through formal education method in the form of further study, non-formal education in the form of training, and education of Al-Islam and Kemuhammadiyahan values in the form of Baitul Arqam. The intellectual capital development model of lecturers through formal education, non-formal education, and Al-Islam and Kemuhammadiyahan values education has not directly contributed to improving the performance of the tridharma of higher education.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1918-7173
  • ISSN(Online): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
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