Jurnal Internasional S3 MP
Entrepreneurship,Organizational Culture and Emotional Intelligence in Determining Organizational Commitment
This study aims at identifying the effect of Entrepreneurship, Organizational Culture and Emotional Intelligence to Organizational Commitment of Senior High Vocational Schools when tested both individually and simultaneously. Variables of Entrepreneurship, Organizational Culture, and Emotional Intelligence are treated as independent variables that determine the level of Organizational Commitment as a dependent variable. The research was conducted on proportional randomly selected 271 teachers in Jambi Province, Indonesia. Using mix method, a sequential explanatory design is applied where quantitative come first. The study both quantitatively and qualitatively reveals that there is a positive significant relationship among variables under the following distribution of coefficient of determination: entrepreneurship to organizational commitment =0.241, organizational culture to organizational commitment = 0.101, emotional intelligence to organizational commitment = 0.0949, and when tested together it produces coefficient of determination = 0.422 indicating the existence of other 57.8 % variables not including in the model affecting teachers' organizational commitment.
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