The Moderation Effect of Innovation Truston the Influence of Workload Pressure and Person-Job FitToward The Lecturers Creativity
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of workload pressure and person-job fit which were felt by lecturers on creativity, moderated by innovation trust in “X” University in Surabaya’s Lecturers. The population in this study were all lecturers of “X” University in Surabaya, with a total of 90 lecturers. Considering the population was still within the scope of research, the sample collection used in this study was a census, which’s take the entire population, so that the total sample was the number of all lecturers at “X” University in Surabaya. Census techniques were chosen with consideration of a relatively small population. The analysis techniques which were used was partial testing and moderator regression test using SPSS. The results of this study indicate that workload pressure and person-job fit had a positive influence on lecturer creativity. In addition, innovation trust also has been able to moderate person-job fit of creativity in “X” University in Surabaya, and it can be interpreted that person-job fit supported by innovation trust on creativity was a moderating effect.