Determinant Komitmen Terhadap Profesi dalam Upaya Peningkatan Kinerja Guru Sekolah Dasar Swasta di Provinsi Jawa Barat

  • Susan Purnama Program Studi Manajemen, Universitas Informatika dan Bisnis Indonesia
  • Fitriani Reyta Program Studi Manajemen, Universitas Informatika dan Bisnis Indonesia


Due to the 4.0 revolution, there is intense competition in all organizations in Indonesia, including primary education. The quality of education is influenced by many factors, with teachers serving as the foundation for determining and improving the quality of education, organizational performance, and competitive advantage, especially for sustainable development. This research employs a descriptive quantitative approach with the aim of identifying factors and their impacts on the improvement of primary school teachers' performance. Subsequently, recommendations and managerial implications are provided for universities. Both qualitative and quantitative methods are utilized, employing multiple linear regression techniques. The study surveyed 172 samples consisting of primary school teachers in the West Java Province. The findings reveal that 37.78% of private primary school teachers in West Java Province do not significantly contribute to organizational goals. This is evident from the lack of improvement in their skills and competencies through training or education, limited creativity in developing unique teaching strategies that could enhance the school's competitive edge, and a lack of research initiatives as part of the renewal program. For further research development, it is necessary to refine the teacher performance survey by adding additional supporting categories to obtain more concentrated results.