Determinants of organisational commitment on nurse's performance

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The role of organisational commitment is significant to improve the quality of nurse performance to achieve high patient satisfaction. This study aimed to identify the determinants of organisational commitment on nurse's performance. The research method used was a descriptive-analytic design with a cross-sectional approach. The population was clinical nurses in four hospitals in South Kalimantan, Indonesia. The total sample was 105 respondents obtained by purposive sampling. Independent variables were organisational characteristics, nurse's characteristics, job characteristics, work experience characteristics, and beliefs. The dependent variable was the nurse's performance. The data was obtained by questionnaire and analysed by logistic regression. The results showed that organisational characteristics (T = 3.776; p = 0.000) and beliefs (T = 2.030; p = 0.045) have a significant correlation with the nurse's performance. This research concluded that good nurse performance can be improved through strengthening organisational characteristics namely: reward; management by objectives (MBO); selection; training and development; leadership; and organisational structure. As well it can be improved through beliefs namely: perception of vulnerability and seriousness; benefits: resistance; and self-efficacy.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)235-248
Number of pages14
JournalInternational Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • Beliefs
  • Nurses
  • Organisational commitments
  • Patient satisfaction
  • Performance


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