Principal Management in Improving Organization Performance at SMA Darul Abrar and Nurul Huda Al Aziziyyah in Aceh Jaya Regency

Andri Wahyuni, Murniati Murniati, Nasir Usman

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Abstract: This research aims to comprehend the implementation of principal managerial role in improving organizational performance at two private high schools in Aceh Jaya Regency. Data collected through the interview guidelines and documentations. The subject of this research is the principal, supervisor, and teachers working at the Darul Abrar and Nurul Huda Al Aziziyyah private high school Aceh Jaya. The result shows that: (1) for planning function, principal participates with teachers in planningthe learning process. In the management standard, principal formulates the visions-mission, the purpose, and the work plan ofthe school; (2)for organizing function, the principal gives assignments and responsibilities for each teacher. This function emphasizes on creating organizational structure, main tasks, and function; (3) for the implementing function, the principal motivate the teachers to become more enthusiastic in teaching. In the standard, principal’s function is to provide a clear instruction; (4)in supervising function, principal evaluates the execution of tasks and responsibilities according to specific organizational structure.

Keywords: principal management, organizational performance, qualitative research.

Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui implementasi peran manajerial kepala sekolah dalam meningkatkan kinerja organisasi pada dua SMA swasta di Kabupaten Aceh Jaya. Pengumpulan data dilakukan melalui pedoman wawancara dan dokumentasi. Subjek penelitian ini adalah kepala sekolah, pengawas, dan guru yang bekerja di SMA Swasta Darul Abrar dan Nurul Huda Al Aziziyyah Aceh Jaya. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa: (1) untuk fungsi perencanaan, kepala sekolah berpartisipasi dengan guru dalam merencanakan proses pembelajaran. Dalam standar manajemen, kepala sekolah merumuskan visi-misi, tujuan, dan rencana kerja sekolah; (2) Untuk fungsi pengorganisasian, kepala sekolah memberikan tugas dan tanggung jawab kepada setiap guru. Fungsi ini menekankan pada penciptaan struktur organisasi, tugas pokok, dan fungsi; (3) untuk fungsi pelaksana, kepala sekolah memotivasi guru agar lebih bersemangat dalam mengajar. Dalam standar, fungsi kepala sekolah adalah memberikan instruksi yang jelas; (4) Dalam fungsi pengawasan, kepala sekolah mengevaluasi pelaksanaan tugas dan tanggung jawab sesuai dengan struktur organisasi tertentu.

Kata kunci: menejemen kepala sekolah, kinerja organisasi, penelitian kualitatif.

 

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23960/jpp.v11.i2.202130


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