international journal of business management
Impact of Transglobal Leadership, Innovation Culture, Bank Performance on Sustainability of Bank Sustainability
Sis Apik Wijayanto, Suhadak, Kadarisman Hidayat, Solimun
This study wants to analyze and find out transglobal leadership, innovation culture, bank performance as a determinant of bank sustainability and evaluate the leadership and transglobal style and innovation culture that exists at bank BRI to improve bank performance and have an impact on bank sustainability. This research used a survey method for a quantitative approach. The variable of this research was a latent variable that was measured by using a questionnaire instrument. The sample in this research was part of the regional leaders and branch leaders of PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk. The sampling technique used Stratified Proportional Area Random Sampling. Data analysis was conducted by using Structural Equation Modeling. Based on the results of the analysis that Transglobal Leadership had a positive and significant effect on Innovation Culture; Transglobal Leadership had a positive and significant effect on Bank Performance; Innovation Culture had a negative and insignificant effect on Bank Performance; Innovation Culture had a positive and significant effect on Bank Sustainability; Bank Performance had a positive and significant effect on Bank Sustainability; Transglobal Leadership had a positive and significant effect on Bank Sustainability. The originality in this research is that it examines the effect of Transglobal Leadership on Innovation Culture, Bank Performance on Bank Sustainability. The renewal of this research is the development of a more comprehensive concept of sustainable banks. Moreover, this research also analyzes the existence of transglobal culture and leadership factors in Bank BRI in order to have high corporate sustainability.