Author(s): Emiliana Sri Pudjiarti
This paper aims to investigate the empirical implementation of entrepreneurial elements of organizational learning, innovativeness and the adaptive capability of private universities in Indonesia. This study was conducted in six private universities in Indonesia to easily examine the relationship among variables. A total of 333 lecturers participated in this study. By testing six hypotheses using structural equation modelling, the findings reveal that organizational change capacity and innovative capability are more likely to strengthen the effect of organizational learning on the performance of private universities. Consequently, this study encourages private universities to re-orient teaching programs, research, publication and community involvement productivity. There results show that the exploration and exploitation of entrepreneurship elements of organizational learning, change capacity, innovativeness are more likely to provide the power to maintain existing conditions as well as improve the performance.