Davydova N. N.

Title of the article Implementing the Systematic Synergetic Approach in Ma­nage­ment Practices Related to the Research and Education Network De­ve­lop­ment
Authors Davydova N. N.
Year 2013 Issue №7 Pages  
Type of article   Index UDK   Index BBK  

The paper is devoted to the research and education network management regarded by the author as a dynamic set of interrelated agents – scientific, educational, social and cultural institutions including their units and creative teams, as well as innovative infrastructure elements and industrial enterprises anxious about educational system developments. The given network operates as a virtual organization and implements the innovative projects in educational sphere with the efficient objective coordination and resource integration achieved by creating the nationwide informational environment, which results both in collective intellectual property developments in the given sphere and the rise of the external effect.

The author considers the essence of systematic synergetic approach applied to the educational system management, and observes the work experience of the research and education network of innovative educational institutions in the Ural region. The paper specifies the transition of educational institutions to the self-development mode on the principle of transparency and diversity. In this regard, the key network characteristics include: the expanding informational educational environment that makes it possible to describe the variety of horizontal and vertical interactions within the network; information that reveals the content of interactions in question; and the time demonstrating the logic of the network development. The main implementation outcomes of the innovative educational projects within the given network include fostering the academic staff’s innovative behavior and capability to operate effectively in situations of uncertainty.

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Index terms anthropological synergism, self-development and self-organization of educational system, systematic and synergetic approach, research and education network.

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