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Soewarto Hardhienata, Widodo Sunaryo

Judul : Relationship between Organizational Culture, Transformational Leadership, Working Motivation to Organizational Commitment
Abstrak :

The objective of this research is to determine the correlation between dependent variables of
organization culture, transformational leadership, and job motivation with an independent variable;
organizational commitment of lecturers in a state institute for Islamic study.. The survey is executed on samples
of 180 lecturers by proportional random sampling technique in Jambi, Indonesia. The research applies a
Sequential Explanatory Design Mixed Method by conducting quantitative research first then followed by the
qualitative research to obtain comprehensive output. The study both quantitatively and qualitatively reveals that
there is a positive significant relationship among variables under the following distribution of coefficient of
determination: organizational culture to lecturers’ organizational commitment = 17 %, transformational
leadership to lecturers’ organizational commitment = 18 % , working motivation to lecturers’ organizational
commitment = 14 % and when tested together it produces coefficient of correlation = 19 % indicating the
existence of other 81 % variables not including in the model affecting factors affecting organizational
commitment in a state institute for Islamic study's lecturers working environment. 
Keywords: organization culture, transformational leadership, job motivation, organizational commitment.


Tahun : 2016 Media Publikasi : Jurnal Internasional
Kategori : Jurnal No/Vol/Tahun : 10 / 4 / 2016
ISSN/ISBN : 2349-0349
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : MANAJEMEN PENDIDIKAN
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