The Effect of Smart Management and School Efficiency on School Performance in the Digital Era
- Widyatmike Gede Mulawarman , Mulawarman University Samarinda, Indonesia
Purpose: This study's objective was to investigate the impact of smart management and school efficiency on school performance in an Indonesian context. Design/methodology/approach: The recommended quantitative research approach for this study was a questionnaire survey. All internal school stakeholders and school partners compose the population of the study. The study employed stratified proportional random sampling, and the sample size was 125 individuals. The data were analyzed using SPSS as a statistical instrument. Findings: The study's results indicate that smart management directly affects school performance in the digital age. Additionally, school efficiency has a large direct impact on school achievement. Smart control and efficiency greatly influence school success in the digital age. Practical implications: The study's findings are useful for strategy creation in the digital age. The study's findings can assist practitioners in improving school performance by demonstrating the favorable correlation between smart management and school effectiveness. Originality/value: This study evaluated the relationship between smart management and school efficiency and its effect on school performance, a topic that is rarely discussed in the academic literature. The novelty of the research is in the era employed, namely the digital era, in which every operation is based on achieving the organization's vision and goal, which was not included in earlier studies.