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Polina Ananchenkova and Victoria Tonkonog

Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 709-717

Abstract: This article discusses phenomena of the participativity as a management tool to be used by educational institutions, including the following issues: basic definitions, essence and development of participative management, given is analysis of basic forms of participation of higher education institutions’ (HEI) employees in making management decisions. Given are individual results of author’s research conducted on basis of six HEIs showing readiness of academic teaching staff of educational institutions of higher education for participation in the system of management. Based on results obtained highlighted are key problems of training-methodical, scientific-research, publishing, international activity, additional education, HR issues and issues related to advancement of academic teaching staff qualification which academic teaching staff could have solved jointly with administration on basis of participative management.

Keywords: management; participative management; educational institutions of higher education; rector’s office; academic teaching staff. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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