THE EFFECT OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON EMPLOYEE'S SATISFACTION EDUCATED BY ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING (Study at PT Pupuk Kaltim Employees )
AbstractThis study aims to analyze theinfluencetransformational leadership of organizational learning and job satisfaction of employees at PT.Pupuk Kaltim.This research was conducted by analyzing the influence of exogenous variables: Transformational Leadership (X1)and Information Technology (X2)with endogenous variables:EmployeeJobSatisfaction(Y2)and mediating variables: Organizational Learning (Z).To answer these objectives, this study usesexplanatory research methods.The population in this study were all employees of PT.Pupuk Kaltim with a total sample of 207 respondents.Data was obtained usingproportional stratified random samplingmethodand then the data was tested using the partial least square (PLS) statistical method.The results showed that, based on the7hypotheses tested, there were6(six) hypotheses that had a significant influence on the variables tested.In this studythere is one hypothesis that does not have a significant effect, namely the influence of Transformational Leadershipon Employee Job Satisfaction
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