Effect of Competence, Information Systems Management, Organizational Culture on the Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Teacher Performance
Ibrahim H. Abdullah,
H. Muh. Nasir Hamzah,
Hamza Ella and
No ykuxb, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of competence, information systems management and organizational culture on job satisfaction, organizational commitment and performance of teachers, to analyze the impact of job satisfaction on the performance of teachers, to analyze the effect of organizational commitment on teacher performance, to analyze the effect of competence through job satisfaction on teacher performance, to analyze the effect of information management system through job satisfaction and organizational commitment on teacher performance, and to analyze the effect of organizational culture through the organization's commitment on teacher performance. The research was conducted on 10 private junior high school and 10 public junior high school namely SMP in Makassar City with a population of 909 teacher and a sample set with Slovin formula as many as 278 teacher . The data from questionnaires were analyzed using Structural Equation Model using AMOS assistance 18. The study found that direct information management system is a positive and insignificant effect on job satisfaction, organizational commitment and teachers’ performance. This means that the information management system application has been run by the teachers, but the information management system application did not show significant correlation (insignificant) against the teacher job satisfaction, organizational commitment and teacher performance. Indirectly effect has found that the information management system through organizational commitment is a positive and insignificant effect on teachers’ performance. This means that teachers have to understand and know the importance of a series of activities of input, process, output and feedback in the application license, so it has a positive effect, but its application was not significantly correlated on job satisfaction and organizational commitment, because the application of the information management system oriented utilization and use of schools media and are not real anyway directly correlated on teachers performance.
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