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Percieved organizational support and knowledge-sharing behavior: an evidence to improve organizational performance of school principals in the education office Central Java
Agustinus Wardi

Building: Parallel Session 3
Room: C
Date: 2020-10-27 04:15 PM – 05:30 PM
Last modified: 2020-10-23

Abstract


The performance of school principals is not optimal in mastering the main tasks and functions, this happens because there are still gaps in optimizing the performance of school principals. This study develops and proposes a new basic model by adopting the concept of Percieved Organizational Support and Knowledge sharing behavior which is expected to realize an increase in the performance of school principals. This study proposes four hypotheses using quantitative research methods. The model was tested on 110 respondents who were selected through a purposive sampling method from the Department of Education and Culture in Central Java using AMOS 22 as a data analysis tool and the results of the study were four hypotheses accepted. The main finding in this study is that the variable Knowledge sharing behavior and percieved organization support has succeeded in driving the performance of school principals, so that knowledge sharing behavior and percieved organization support become competency development strategies in improving the performance of school principals.

Key words: Performance organization, Percieved Organization Support, Knowledge Sharing Behavior, Education Office