The Effect of Perceived Organizational Support and Transformational Leadership on Organizational Commitment and Performance of BUMDesa Officer in Gresik Regency, East Java Province, Indonesia
AbstractThe progress of a village in Indonesia can be measured by its poverty line. The increase in the poverty rate in East Java in 2020 arouses Indonesian researchers to study the BUMDesa program to help BUMDesa to become more advanced in increasing the welfare of rural communities. Perceived organizational support and transformational leadership are expected to positively impact organizational commitment and the successful performance of BUMDesa officers in the Gresik regency. The object of this study is the entire management of BUMDesa in the Gresik regency. The data were accumulated using a questionnaire from 156. They were analyzed using Structural Equation Model (SEM) with the help of the statistical program of the AMOS 24 version. The results of this study proved that organizational support has a significant positive effect on organizational commitment of officers, transformational leadership has a significant positive effect on organizational commitment, perceived organizational support has a significant positive impact on the performance of BUMDesa employees, transformational leadership has a significant positive effect on the performance of BUMDesa employees, and organizational commitment has a significant positive impact on the performance of BUMDesa employees in the Gresik regency.
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