The challenges of lecturers in the disruptive era are very high. Lecturers are faced with the development of information technology and ethical actions. This study aims to develop a model of strengthening lecturer resources that should be carried out by UNNES. Respondents in this study were lecturers to reveal three variables, namely education, training, and development; performance assessment; and management of lecturer careers. The method of data collection is a questionnaire. The data analysis method used is descriptive analysis and focus group discussion (FGD). The model of strengthening lecturer resources in the disruptive era has been successfully developed. The characteristics of lecturers in the disruptive era are (1) religious and ethical behavior; (2) qualified doctoral studies in reputable domestic or foreign universities; (3) productive in writing scientific works (articles and books); and (4) information technology literacy. The results show that the lecturers strongly agree that there is assistance for lecturers who are pursuing further doctoral studies both domestically and abroad. The lecturer considers it important training that is able to increase innovation in information technology-based learning and the ability to produce quality research proposals. The lecturer considers it important training that is able to increase innovation in information technology-based learning and the ability to produce quality research proposals. Lecturers strongly agree that ethical behavior can be applied properly. The novelty of this research is to develop an original model of strengthening HR lecturers based on need analysis to face the 4.0 industrial revolution.
disruptive era, lecturer, human resources strengthening.