Okul Bütününde Yenilikçiliği Önceleyen ve Kendini Yenileyebilen Okul Yönetimleri


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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8078005

Anahtar Kelimeler:

Okul Yönetimi, Yenilik, Kurum Kültürü, Liderlik

Özet

Okullarda kurumsal yenilikçilik, kurumsal performansı artıracak belirli bir süreç veya hizmeti kolaylaştırmak için kullanılabilir. Bu kullanım, yapısal yeniliği ve yönetim sistemi yeniliğini içerir. Şu anda, okullar tarafından benimsenen kurumsal yenilik teorileri çoğunlukla kurumsal örgütsel yenilik teorilerinden türetilmiştir. Ancak, okul organizasyonları ile kurumsal organizasyonların farklı amaç ve ihtiyaçları olduğunu farkına varmak önemlidir. Okulların kurumsal yapıları ve kurumsal reform kapasiteleri farklıdır. Farklı örgütsel üye ilişkilerine, farklı karar verme modellerine, farklı iç/dış faktörlere sahiptirler. Kurumsal yenilik, mevcut durumdaki bir kuruluş için alternatif bir seçimdir ve sistematik bir değişimini içerebilir. Kurumsal yenilik teknoloji, amaç, personel ve kültürdeki yapısal değişiklikleri kapsar. Geçmişte araştırmacıların kurumlar için "teknik yenilik" yönü üzerinde çok fazla durduklarını ve sonuç olarak "idari yenilik"i göz ardı ettikleri düşünüldüğünde, kurumsal yenilik tanımının çeşitlendirilmiş bir bakış açısıyla incelenmesi gerekmektedir.

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2023-06-24

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KAYA, H. (2023). Okul Bütününde Yenilikçiliği Önceleyen ve Kendini Yenileyebilen Okul Yönetimleri. PEARSON JOURNAL, 8(24), 318–334. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8078005

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