|Title: TECHNOLOGICAL CAPITAL MEDIATION IN THE RELATIONSHIP OF TRANSFORMATION STRATEGY WITH STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE|
Hariyati, Pujiono and Dian Anita Nuswantara
The accelerating development of digital technology, as one of the main features of the 21st century, has made the business environment much more volatile and unpredictable, where not only the prosperity but also the viability of companies is uncertain. A fit strategy is needed to deal with this, including the learning process in order to achieve the expected academic performance through technological capital, which is part of intellectual capital.
This study aims to examine the effect of the transformation strategy on academic performance through the role of technological capital. The approach and type used in this research is quantitative research using primary data in the form of scores from questionnaire answers or collected respondents. Respondents from this study were lecturers, students and postgraduate education staff in all study programs.
The results of the study show that technological capital partially mediates the relationship between transformation strategy and academic performance. This shows that the transformation strategy influences academic performance through the role of technological capital and other factors.
For further research, it is necessary to explore variables other than technological capital related to the effect of transformation strategy on academic performance.
|Keywords: Transformation strategy, academic performance, technological capital.|