The Impacts of Leadership and Organizational Culture on Performance in Indonesian Public Health: The Mediating Effects of Innovative Work Behavior
The Industrial Revolution 4.0 that is happening now has brought many changes to the culture of human work. Not only in the manufacturing industry but also penetrated into the service industry. Therefore industries both of manufacture and service industry should focus on innovative work behavior (IWB) in order to gain a competitive advantage. This research tested the effect of transformational leadership and organizational culture on work performance through innovative work behavior as mediating by taking the automotive industry in Indonesia. Data collection was carried out by simple random sampling via electronic to a population of Public Health Center employees in Indonesia. The returned and valid questionnaire results were 199 samples. Data processing using SEM method with SmartPLS 3.0 software. Data collection technique is using questionnaire with likert scale. The result was transformational leadership and organizational culture gave a positive effect and significant on work performance, both directly and through mediating innovative work behavior. Innovative work behavior has a positive effect and significant on work performance. This novel research is proposing a model to build work performance among employees of Public Health Center industry through transformational leadership and organizational culture with organizational learning as mediation.