Digital Leadership Competencies to Improve the Quality of High Schools in Tasikmalaya City in the Post-Pandemic Covid-19
- Krisna Sujaya , Indonesian University of Education, Bandung Indonesia
Purpose: The objectives of this study are separated into two parts. The first step is identifying how digital leadership implementation will proceed following the Covid-19 pandemic. The second objective is to investigate digital leadership's effects on improving senior high school quality in Tasikmalaya City, West Java, Indonesia. Design/methodology/approach: Using a rating scale questionnaire, the study collected primary data. Respondents in this study were high school personnel in the Indonesian city of Tasikmalaya. For data collection, a random sample method is used. Findings: According to this study, when organizational leaders can deliver digital leadership services to their subordinates, the company is better able to adapt, innovate, compete, and evolve following its vision and goal. Furthermore, all of these changes will have a favorable effect on the organization's quality. Research limitations/implications: The practical and theoretical ramifications of the current study are significant due to the addition of new relationships to the understanding of school education and the presentation of a path forward for its application. Originality/value: The research model is innovative since previous studies have not addressed the digital leadership system in the setting of Indonesian senior high schools.