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Sofyan, Soewarto Hardhienata, Rita Retnowati

Judul : Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership and Working Motivation in Moulding Performance of School Supervisors
Abstrak :

Abstract: This study aims at examining the effect of organizational culture, transformational leadership and
working motivation to the performance of school supervisors when tested both  individually and simultaneously.
Variables of organizational culture, transformational leadership and working motivation are treated as indepen-
dent variables that mold the level of performance of school supervisors as  a dependent variable. The research
was conducted on proportional randomly selected 231 school supervisors in Jambi Province, Indonesia. Using
mix method, a sequential explanatory design is applied where quantitative come first. The study both quantitat-
ively and qualitatively reveals that there is a positive significant relationship among variables under the
following distribution of coefficient of correlation: organizational culture to performance of school supervisors
=0.4123, transformational leadership to performance of school supervisors=0.4364, working motivation to
performance of  school supervisors = 0.3842, and when tested together it produces coefficient of determination
= 0.2340 indicating the existence of other 76.6 % variables not including in the model affecting performance of
school supervisors
Keywords: Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Working Motivation, Performance, School

Tahun : 2017 Media Publikasi : Jurnal Internasional
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 6 / 5 / 2017
ISSN/ISBN : 2349-0330
PTN/S : universitas pakuan Program Studi : MANAJEMEN PENDIDIKAN
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