Effects of Organisational Culture, Situation, and Leadership Orientation on School Leadership Performance
This study was aimed to examine how organisational culture influences school leadership performance. It used a
quantitative approach involving 220 participants of Elementary School teachers in the City of Malang Indonesia. Data were
collected employing survey questionnaire, and analysed through descriptive and multivariate statistical techniques. Results
indicate that organisational culture significantly characterised and influenced school organisational leadership. Implication of
this study emphasizes principals to recognise this culture, and try to adapt their leadership styles to typical situations. Future
research may focus on this culture but with wider targets in order to generate more comprehensive conclusions.
Keywords - Organisational Culture, Leadership Performance, Organisational Situation, Leadership Orientation.