Author(s): Nilawati Fiernaningsih, Pudji Herijanto, Maskur
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of relational trust on self-efficacy, the effect of relational trust on innovative behavior, the effect of job autonomy on self-efficacy, the effect of job autonomy on innovative behavior, and the effect of self-efficacy on innovative behavior. Data was collected from 489 employees of Malang State Polytechnic, including lecturers and education staff, who then used proportionate random sampling to determine a sample of 221 people. Instruments in questionnaire research. Data were analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS). The findings show that relational trust has a significant effect on self-efficacy, relational trust has a significant effect on innovative behavior, job autonomy has a significant effect on self-efficacy, job autonomy has a significant effect on innovative behavior, and self-efficacy has a significant effect on innovative behavior. These findings provide insight to the State Polytechnic of Malang, which is in the process of building resiliency during the Covid-19 pandemic by preparing various online learning models. Therefore, relational trust is needed in forming job autonomy, self-efficacy so that it is hoped that there will be an increase in innovative behavior among Lecturers in conducting Tri Dharma University. his study investigates the direct and indirect effects of relational trust and job autonomy on self-efficacy and innovative behavior. Research on the effect of relational trust and job autonomy on self-efficacy and innovative behavior in vocational educational institutions is still limited to support the principles of Affective Events Theory. This study extends the model to include the organizational environment's effects embeds cognitive processes for strategic decision-making processes.