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Title: Теорії дистрибутивного лідерства в міжуніверситетських мережах
Other Titles: Theories of Distributive Leadership in the Interuniversity Networks
Authors: Чистякова, Ірина Анатоліївна
Chystiakova, Iryna Anatoliivna
Keywords: мережа
міжуніверситетська мережа
дистрибутивне лідерство
дистрибутивного лідерства
interuniversity network
distributive leadership
theory of distributive leadership
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: СумДПУ імені А. С. Макаренка
Citation: Чистякова, І. Теорії дистрибутивного лідерства в міжуніверситетських мережах [Текст] / І. Чистякова // Педагогічні науки: теорія, історія, інноваційні технології : науковий журнал / Міністерство освіти і науки України, Сумський державний університет імені А. С. Макаренка ; редкол.: А. А. Сбруєва, М. А. Бойченко, О. Є. Антонова [та ін.]. – Суми : Вид-во СумДПУ імені А. С. Макаренка, 2017. – № 8 (72). – С. 214–225.
Abstract: У статті на основі аналізу великої кількості наукових джерел представлено та схарактеризовано теорії дистрибутивного лідерства в міжуніверситетських мережах. З’ясовано, що лідерство в університетах носить дистрибутивний характер та повинне розподілятися між усіма структурними підрозділами освітньої установи. Визначено переваги й недоліки дистрибутивного лідерства. З’ясовано форми та функції дистрибутивного лідерства.
In the article, based on the analysis of a large number of scientific sources, the theories of distributive leadership in the interuniversity networks is presented and characterized. It is revealed that university leadership is distributive in nature and should be distributed among all the structural units of an education institution. The essential characteristics of the main concepts of research are presented: network society, network, networking, university network, network management. Thus, the network society is considered as a new type of social structure and a new form of social organization of people. The network, in turn, is considered as an organizational structure that characterizes the interaction of a set of objects, united by certain forms of relationships, which are based on the interaction of people. Accordingly, the concept of “networking” means “systematic development (management) of external and internal connections (communication, interaction, coordination) between people, groups or organizations (“nodes”) in order to improve performance”. The university networks are defined in the article as a set of higher education institutions, united by a common idea and activity, aimed at increasing the efficiency of the educational process and the quality of its results, management activities, as well as the dissemination of innovative experiences within the network of higher education institutions and beyond it. The advantages (timely consideration of the needs of students and employees in the process of making important decisions for the development of the organization, greater financial transparency, managerial comfort, improvement of team work) and disadvantages (organizational fragmentation, reducing the clarity of roles, slow pace of the decision-making, underestimation of individual qualities and abilities of staff) of distributive leadership are highlighted. The forms (formal leadership, pragmatic leadership, strategic leadership, gradual leadership, cultural leadership) and functions (descriptive, corrective, expanding capabilities, rhetorical) of distributive leadership are found out. The study does not exhaust all aspects of the above mentioned problem. Further study deserves generalization of network leadership experience within interuniversity associations in order to improve the system of management of higher education in conditions of internationalization of the European Higher Education Area.
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