Work Culture in Improving Teacher Performance
The purpose of this study is to describe the work culture in improving teacher performance in Madrasah Aliyah. Therefore, this type of research is qualitative research. The method in qualitative research is a research method used to research on natural object conditions (as opposed to experiments), where the researcher is the key instrument, the data collection technique is done in triangulation (combined), the resulting data is descriptive, and data analysis is inductive. The results of the study concluded that 1) The implementation of work culture values in Madrasah Aliyah Yasmida Ambarawa Pringsewu Regency is a) Integrity is shown by the determination and willingness to do good, wise in solving work problems, complying with applicable rules for principals, teachers and school staff, and refusing bribes, gratuities and corruption; b) Professionalism is shown by the performance of principals, teachers and school staff in accordance with their jobs and competencies, sincerity in carrying out tasks, doing measurable work in accordance with the specified targets, receiving rewards and punishments that apply in accordance with applicable rules; c) Innovation is shown by the program system that is always refined periodically, the openness of principals, teachers and school staff in receiving constructive criticism, always improving competence by following applicable assessments, and the use of technology and information to run and socialize programs; d) Responsibility is shown by completing the program quite precisely in accordance with the specified targets, and receiving constructive evaluations in the quarterly evaluation program; e) Exemplary is shown by good service for the community, and guidance from fellow principals, teachers and school staff. 2) Constraints and obstacles in the implementation of Work Culture in improving teacher performance at Madrasah Aliyah Yasmida Ambarawa Pringsewu Regency are: a) Social Values, b) Democratic Values, c) Bureaucratic Values. d) Professional Values, e) Economic Values, f) Lack of Mastery of Learning Materials, g) Lack of Teacher Interaction in Learning, h) Lack of Class Management in the Implementation of Learning, i) Lack of Teachers in the Use of Media in Learning.
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