EXPLORING PERFORMANCE MEASURENMENT SYSTEM FOR LECTORE (PMSL)_ :COMPARISON AMONG THREE MODELS IN INDONESIA SINGAPORE AND TURKEY
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This study aims to explore the Performance Measurement System for Lecturer (PMSL) through a comparison study in three countries, namely Indonesia (MY), Singapore (IT), and Turkey (IMU). The comparative study is conducted by a multiple case approach with interviews. Informants are lecturers who have structural positions and are involved in PMSL policy. The results showed MY had a PMSL policy that was aggressive enough to improve the performance of their lecturers relatively lower at the international level. MY reward special incentives for certain performance target and hold a science camp mentoring to improve their lecturers’ capabilities. Meanwhile, IT classifies lecturer performance measurements into teaching and research tracks. This makes lecturers more focused so that their performance will improve. Turkey's IMU has policies in three aspects namely pedagogic (mentoring), knowledge management, and administration easiness. This research result is expected to give real contribution to the refinement of PMSL policy model at universities in Indonesia to trigger lecturer performance improvement. This study explains how PMSL as a derivative of goal setting theory is effectively successfully implemented at a University in three different countries which in this case have different organizational cultures.