The Influence of Autonomy, Competence, Relatedness, and Technostress on Performance Expectations in Digital Transformation of Public Broadcasting Institutions in Indonesia

  • Amelia Regita Saraswaty Universitas indonesia
  • Elok Savitri Pusparini Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta-Indonesia
Keywords: Performance, Competence, Autonomy, Technostress, Digital Transformation, Public Broadcasting Institutions




Digital transformation is an emerging technological phenomenon that profoundly influences various aspects of work within an organization. In this context, the willingness of employees to consistently contribute to a digitally transformed workplace becomes crucial in the overall transformation process. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the influence of autonomy expectations, competence, relatedness, and technostress on employees' performance expectations. It involved permanent employees of LPP TVRI who have been working for a minimum of 2 years and the data were collected using a questionnaire. Furthermore, a total of 238 respondents were included in the study and the data was analyzed using Partial Least Square (PLS-SEM). The results showed a positive influence between expectations of autonomy, competence, and relatedness to performance but technostress had no significant effects on the variable. This study provided insights for practitioners in the public sector, specifically in the broadcasting media, regarding how employees’ performance was shaped by autonomy, competence, relatedness, and technostress.


Keywords: Performance; Competence; Autonomy; Technostress; Digital Transformation;  Public Broadcasting Institutions





Transformasi digital adalah fenomena teknologi baru yang sangat memengaruhi berbagai aspek pekerjaan dalam suatu organisasi. Dalam konteks ini, kemauan karyawan untuk secara konsisten berkontribusi pada tempat kerja yang bertransformasi secara digital menjadi sangat penting dalam keseluruhan proses transformasi. Oleh karena itu, penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh otonomi ekspektasi, kompetensi, keterkaitan, dan technostress terhadap ekspektasi kinerja karyawan. Melibatkan pegawai tetap LPP TVRI yang telah bekerja minimal 2 tahun dan data dikumpulkan dengan menggunakan kuesioner. Selanjutnya, sebanyak 238 responden dilibatkan dalam penelitian dan data dianalisis menggunakan Partial Least Square (PLS-SEM). Hasil penelitian menunjukkan adanya pengaruh positif antara ekspektasi otonomi, kompetensi, dan keterkaitan terhadap kinerja tetapi teknostres tidak berpengaruh signifikan terhadap variabel tersebut. Studi ini memberikan wawasan bagi para praktisi di sektor publik, khususnya di media penyiaran, mengenai bagaimana kinerja pegawai dibentuk oleh otonomi, kompetensi, keterkaitan, dan technostress.


Kata Kunci: Kinerja; Kompetensi; Otonomi; Technostress; Transformasi Digital; Public Broadcasting Institutions


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How to Cite
Saraswaty, A., & Pusparini, E. S. (2023). The Influence of Autonomy, Competence, Relatedness, and Technostress on Performance Expectations in Digital Transformation of Public Broadcasting Institutions in Indonesia. TRANSFORMASI: Jurnal Manajemen Pemerintahan, 15(2), 104-116.