The Effect of Learning Organization, Organizational Climate, and Work Motivation on Work Satisfaction And Teacher’s Performance of Teachers of the State High Schools in Kendari City, Indonesia

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the effect of: 1) learning organizations on job satisfaction; 2) organizational climate on job satisfaction; 3) work motivation on job satisfaction; 4) learning organization on teacher’s performance; 5) work motivation on teacher’s performance; 6) organizational climate on teacher’s performance; and 7) job satisfaction on teacher’s performance. This research is a survey on 115 teachers with a proportional stratified random sampling. Probability sampling technique and structural equation modeling was used to test the hypothesis. The results of the research shows that learning organizations has a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction; learning organization has a positive and significant effect on teacher’s performance; organizational climate has a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction; organizational climate has a positive and significant effect on teacher’s performance; work motivation has a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction; work motivation has a positive and significant effect on teacher’s performance; and job satisfaction has a positive and significant effect on teacher’s performance. It is recommended to examine other variables that influence teacher’s performance improvement such as organizational culture and leadership style.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Learning Organization, Organizational Climate, and Teacher’s Performance, work motivation

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 92-103 (Download PDF)

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