Resiliensi Organisasi dan Kinerja Organisasi: Peran Kepemimpinan Resilien sebagai Mediator

Dianawati Suryaningtyas, Sri Wilujeng


This research aims to test the relationship between organizational resilience and organizational performance, directly and indirectly through resilient leadership. Method used survey research with quantitative approach, and path analysis to analise the influence of each variable. Findings show that organizational resilience did not influenced organizational performance directly. Instead, organizational resilience significantly influenced organizational performance through resilient leadership. Respondents prefer to choose strategic organizational resilience. This indicates that organizations already reached top level of maturity. It means that in facing crisis or threats, organizations response it by doing organizational resilience with the purpose not only back to normal, but also to become thrive (bounce forwards). The findings of this research is that organizational resilience can be enhanced by using resilient leadership.

Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk menguji pengaruh resiliensi organisasi terhadap kinerja organisasi baik secara langsung maupun tidak langsung melalui kepemimpinan resilien. Metode yang digunakan adalah metode survey dengan pendekatan kuantitatif, menggunakan analisis jalur untuk menguji pengaruh antar variabel. Hasil penelitian ditemukan bahwa resiliensi organisasi tidak berpengaruh signifikan terhadap kinerja organisasi, namun berpengaruh signifikan melalui kepemimpinan resilien. Hasil penelitian ini juga menemukan bahwa responden cenderung menggunakan resiliensi organisasi strategik. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa organisasi telah mencapai tingkat kedewasaan yang tinggi, yaitu dalam menghadapi krisis, organisasi mampu bertahan hidup bahkan menjadi kuat dan berkembang (bounce forward). Temuan pada penelitian ini bahwa resiliensi organisasi dapat ditingkatkan dengan menggunakan kepemimpinan resilien.


Organizational Resilience; Resilient Leadership; Organizational Performance

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