Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 12
Page No. 1495 - 1500

Determination of Key Performance Indicators Priorities aspects of Teaching Learning Process and Atmosphere Academic Study Programs in Private Higher Education

Authors : Lamatinulu and Muhammad Dahlan

Abstract: This study aims to identify and assign weights priorities Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) aspects of teaching, learning and academic atmosphere study programs on Private Higher Education (PHE) in the province of Sulawesi Selatan Indonesia. Analysis prioritizing KPIs performed through the identification, validation, specification and value analysis weights. The method used in this research is the method of determination of the average value of the important factors that the formulation of performance indicators and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The results have found in this study is to establish the 22 formulations of KPIs on aspects of teaching and learning and 9 on aspects of the academic atmosphere. Based on AHP analysis found that there are eight levels of priority KPIs on aspects of teaching, learning and five levels of priority to the aspects of the academic atmosphere. KPIs are a top priority in the aspect of teaching and learning process is the percentage of the syllabus that can be accessed and read by students and lecturers (ITE.3) with a weight of 0.13. KPIs are a top priority in the academic aspect is the interaction of the academic atmosphere through special activities such as seminars, symposia, workshops (IAA.2) with a weight of 0,197. The originality of this study was to elaborate these important factors into the formulation of KPIs on aspects of learning and academic environment needed by a program of study at PHE. Justifying the impact KPIs are a top priority on the performance of teaching, learning and academic atmosphere.

How to cite this article:

Lamatinulu and Muhammad Dahlan, 2016. Determination of Key Performance Indicators Priorities aspects of Teaching Learning Process and Atmosphere Academic Study Programs in Private Higher Education. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 11: 1495-1500.

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