Budaya Organisasi Maktab Perguruan di Malaysia: Yang Sedia Ada dan Yang Diingini
Jainabee Mohd Kassim, and Robiah Sidin, (2005) Budaya Organisasi Maktab Perguruan di Malaysia: Yang Sedia Ada dan Yang Diingini. Jurnal Pendidikan, 25 (Malay Language Version) . pp. 179-199. ISSN 0126-5261
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Faculty of Education
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. Institute of the World and Malay Civilization
This article discusses the findings of a study carried out to examine the organizational culture of Teacher Training Colleges in Malaysia. Organizational culture is examined in the context of which exists and which is desired, based on the perceptions of management staff lecturers and the support staff Five elements of organizational culture studied were the mission and objectives, climate, leadership management, orientation towards client and interaction among members. The findings show that staff members strongly agree with three elements in the existing culture: mission and objectives, climate and orientation towards client. They agree with two other elements, namely management leadership and interactions among staff members. Their view on the desired culture for these two elements differs slightly from the above, indicating that they desire changes to be made to the existing elements. Findings indicate that they desire little changes to three elements — mission and objectives, climate and orientation towards client and major changes to management leadership, but no changes to interactions among staff members. As such, college administrators will have to take a more positive action to motivate, monitor and evaluate their staff to develop a work culture that promotes excellence.
|Keywords:||Teachers colleges, Trainee teachers, Malaysia|
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