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Educational Programme
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Year of Graduation
Nataliia Lugovaia
Management Team as a Factor of Innovation Activity of Employees in Terms of Creating Educational Complex
Education Administration
(Master’s programme)
The desire of schools to meet the needs of families in children's access to quality education has led to the idea of creating regional educational complexes.

However, there is a contradiction between the need for innovation in terms of creating an educational complex and the lack of teacher’s motivation for innovative activity, as well as inadequate use of the capacity of the management team.

The purpose of the study is to identify the mechanisms to foster innovation in terms of creating an educational complex and the role of the management teams in the process.

To achieve the goal, we have studied the results of domestic and foreign theoretical research in the field of creation and development of such teams; experience on the establishment and functioning of teams in business and in education; the concepts of "innovation activity" and "readiness" to innovate.

In the practical part of our work, we investigated the composition of the management teams and the level of innovation activity of teaching staff of 10 regional educational complexes in the Southeast district of Moscow.

At the end of the study, we concluded that in order to increase innovative activity, educational organizations need to maximize the innovation potential of the teachers and the management team, as the development of a modern educational organization can’t depend on the capabilities of a single leader.

The formation of an effective management team is becoming today one of the key tasks of management and innovation is the key to successful development in the rapidly changing environment.

The guidelines have been worked out for the establishment and functioning of the management teams in terms of the educational complex, from which it follows that the establishment of the management team leader must be guided by the principle of complementarity.

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