Author(s): Fauzia Afriyani, Syamsurijal Abdul Kadir, Nurlina T. Muhyiddin, Rosmiyati Chodijah
This study aims to build a model and analyse the influence of human capital, innovation capabilities and self-efficacy on civil servant productivity and its implications for the performance of regional government organizations of South Sumatra Province. Using primary data with questionnaires from 400 state civil servants who have at least a bachelor’s degree, minimum position as section head, work for regional government organizations in ten selected districts/cities in South Sumatera Province, data were analysed using multiple linear regressions. The results show that the variables human capital, innovation capacities, and selfefficacy have a positive and significant influence on civil servant productivity. For direct and indirect effect on organizations performance through civil servant productivity, the estimation and calculation show that the human capital, innovation capability and self-efficacy have a direct and significant effect on the regional government organization performance with a positive sign. Meanwhile, the indirect effect only human capital does not have a significant effect on organizational performance.