FENOMENOLOGIA E O DESENVOLVIMENTO DE UM ESTILO DE GESTÃO INOVADORA DO LYCEUM EDUCACIONAL

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https://doi.org/10.22481/rpe.v16i43.6841

Palavras-chave:

Lyceum educacional , Estilo de gestão da inovação , Modelo de aprendizagem para gestão inovadora do lyceum

Resumo

O objetivo deste artigo é apresentar as características, o conteúdo e a lógica do desenvolvimento de um estilo de gerenciamento inovador entre os diretores de lyceums educacionais da Rússia moderna. O estudo revela as características específicas desse estilo de gestão, que se resumem à capacidade do gerente de promover o espaço educacional do lyceum para o estado de um sistema em desenvolvimento dinâmico que atende aos requisitos modernos de treinamento de especialistas uma economia inovadora. Um critério-chave para um estilo de gerenciamento inovador foi a capacidade do gerente de dar uma contribuição pessoal à promoção da inovação. Esse critério tornou possível identificar os níveis de crescimento do estilo inovador de gerenciar o lyceum (reprodutivo, adaptável, modelagem local, modelagem de sistema, inovação inovadora). Um modelo de atividade gerencial inovadora foi desenvolvido para o chefes do lyceums, que apunta a la formación de un potencial de liderazgo constructivo y un dinámico "auto-concepto" de gestión. É revelada a lógica da formação de um estilo de gestão inovador, que consiste em três estágios: reflexivo, identificação e o estágio da autorrealização profissional. Como resultado da aplicação dessa lógica, os gerentes do grupo experimental desenvolveram melhor tolerância e flexibilidade da posição, aumentaram sua criatividade e capacidade de suportar estresse prolongado, melhor controlaram a situação e a comunicação, tomaram as decisões necessárias mais rapidamente, mostraram autoconfiança e capacidade de exercer influência gerencial e pedagógica, seja responsável.

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Andrey Ivanovich Shutenko, Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov

Ph.D. of Pedagogy, Senior Scientific Fellow, Institute of Economics and Management, Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov, Belgorod, Russia.

Anastasia Koreneva , Murmansk Arctic State University – Russia

Doctor of Pedagogy, Professor, Department of Philology and Media Communications, Murmansk Arctic State University, Murmansk, Russia.

Inna Ryzhkova, Murmansk Arctic State University, Murmansk, Russia

Ph.D. of Pedagogy, Head of Scientific Work and International Cooperation Department, Murmansk Arctic State University, Murmansk, Russia.

 

 

Larisa Morina, St. Petersburg State University – Russia

Doctor of Philosophy, Professor, Department of Cultural Studies, Philosophy of Culture and Aesthetics, St. Petersburg State University. St. Petersburg, Russia.

 

 

Alexander Apykhtin, St. Petersburg State University – Russia

Ph.D. Philosophy, Senior lecturer, Department of Cultural Studies, Philosophy of Culture and Aesthetics, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia

Galina Romanova, Academy of Public Administration, Moscow Region – Russia

Ph.D. of Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Department of educational systems, Academy of Public Administration, Moscow Region, Russia.

 

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2020-12-01

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Shutenko, A. I., Koreneva , A. ., Ryzhkova, I. . ., Morina, L. ., Apykhtin, A., & Romanova, G. (2020). FENOMENOLOGIA E O DESENVOLVIMENTO DE UM ESTILO DE GESTÃO INOVADORA DO LYCEUM EDUCACIONAL. Práxis Educacional, 16(43), 681-699. https://doi.org/10.22481/rpe.v16i43.6841