Managerial Potential of Educational Organizations under Conditions of Network Interaction

Nataliia N. Davydova, Evgeniy M. Dorozhkin, Vladimir A. Fedorov

Abstract


Development of new forms of labor self-organization is embodied in phenomena of distributed management and direct influence of personnel on realization and development of the organization’s strategy. The article is devoted to studying of relations underlying the development of managerial potential of an educational organization under conditions of network interaction. The work involves activity, network, system-synergetic approaches and methods of comparative theoretical and methodological analysis, theoretical reconstruction of bases of development strategies of a modern educational organization’s managerial potential under conditions of network interaction. Differences of the network and non-network managerial paradigms in education are described in detail. It was established that the managerial potential of educational organizations is actively realized in course of development of collectives’ involvement into solving and realization of strategic and tactic tasks in conditions of activity of the scientific-educational network. It is demonstrated that development of the managerial potential of interaction participants is provided via creation of additional managerial roles and solving of super-functional managerial tasks, which allows to change the nature of the managerial labor. It is demonstrated that managerial potential of teachers’ collectives can successfully developed in integrative management technologies based on a new methodology focused on development of involvement of network interaction into solving of organizational issues, solving of strategic and tactic tasks under conditions of systemic activity of the scientific-educational network.

Keywords


scientific-educational network, unclassical forms of managerial activity, network and non-network managerial paradigms, managerial potential, development of managerial activity, network interaction.

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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