The effect of organizational culture on performance of public elementary teachers in Manado city
Olga Maria Wahani, Joulanda AM Rawis, Henny N Tambingon, Mozes Wullur
This research is intended to examine the influence of organizational culture on elementary teacher performance. Testing requirements analysis, namely (1) normality of data, (2) homogeneity of regression variance, and (3) linearity of the relationship of two variables, it turns out that all analysis requirements are met. Therefore, correlation analysis and path analysis for testing research hypotheses can be done. The results of Pearson correlation analysis between leadership style and organizational culture there is a very strong (high) and significant correlation, namely r = 0, 970. Because the value of r = 0.970 > 0.8, it is concluded that both variables occur multicollinearity, so there is a change in direction ( negative) the relationship between organizational culture with a very strong relationship, i.e. = 0.970 (multicollinearity occurs). Path coefficient ρy2 = 0.802 with Sig. = 0,000 <= 0.05. This result states there is a direct influence of organizational culture on teacher performance, path coefficient ρy3 = 0.069 with Sig. = 0.517> = 0.05. The results of this study confirm that teacher performance is directly or indirectly influenced by organizational culture so that it encourages teacher performance in elementary education units in the city of Manado.