Abstract

This research is to prove the influence of Competence variable (X1), Work Team (X2), Leadership Behavior (X3), Organizational Culture (X4), Learning (X5), and Job Satisfaction (X6) on Performance (Y). The sample of 100 people of Bintara & Tamtama taken simple random samples from an affordable and equally identical population, from 450 Bintara & Tamtama in Denma MabesAU.  This study uses a quantitative approach, and uses survey methods, from February to August 2017. The technique of analyzing the research data, using Path Analysis. Based on the results of the research analysis:1).There is a positive and significant influence on Competency (X1) variables on Learning variables (X5), partially at 19.60%; 2) Work Team (X₂) on the Learning (X5), partially at 31.65%; 3)Leadership Behavior (X3) on Learning (X5), partially at 24.37%; 4)Organizational Culture (X4) on Learning (X5), partially at 24.38%; 5)Competence (X₁) to Job Satisfaction (X6), partially equal to 16.65%.; 6) Work Team (X₂) to Job Satisfaction (X6), partially equal to 31.09%;7)Leadership Behavior (X3) to Job satisfaction (X6), partially 23.73%; 8)Organization Culture(X4) to Job Satisfaction (X6), partially equal to 28.53%; 9) Competence (X₁) on the Performance(Y), partially 21.16%;10)Work Team(X₂)to Performance(Y),partially by12.49%; 11)Leadership Behavior(X3)to Performance(Y), partially equal to 13.95%;12) Organizational Culture (X4) on the Performance (Y), partially at 13.56%; 13) Learning (X5) on Performance (Y), partially by 17.55%; 14) Job Satisfaction (X6)to Performance(Y), partially 21.30%.