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dc.contributor.authorAisyah, Nur-
dc.contributor.authorAmbarita, Biner-
dc.contributor.authorSibuea, Abdul Muin-
dc.description.abstractThis study discusses about how significance between organizational culture and lecturer perfomance. This research is a study that uses numerical numbers and changes feed approach to quantitative methods, with descriptive research that processes data with SPSS from the results of questionnaires on population samples. The research is done in private universities, college, academies and polytechnics in Medan. The result shows that organizational culture tends to be "high" (57.78%), only 36.83% which distributes the average value into sufficient categories.en_US
dc.publisherBudapest International Research and Critics Institute Journal (BIRCI Journal)en_US
dc.subjectorganizational cultureen_US
dc.subjectlecturer performanceen_US
dc.subjectprivate universitiesen_US
dc.titleSignificance Between Organizational Culture and Lecturer Performance of Private Univesities in Medanen_US
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