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|Title:||Organizational conditions for successful professional activity (views of pedagogical community)|
|Authors:||Kalashova, A. S.|
Калашова, А. С.
|Keywords:||Professional activity of teachers;Southern region;Personnel policy;Managerial decisions|
|Citation:||Ivashova, V., Gavrilova, O., Kalashova, A., Svistunova, I., Isaenko, A. Organizational conditions for successful professional activity (views of pedagogical community) // E3S Web of Conferences. - 2023. - 371, art. no. 05048. - DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/202337105048|
|Series/Report no.:||E3S Web of Conferences|
|Abstract:||The article shows the results of theoretical conceptualization and empirical testing of organizational conditions of successful professional activity of teachers in modern Russia on the example of the territories of the southern region. Based on a theoretical review of the scientific literature on the interpretation of organizational conditions, the variables for testing the significant and latent characteristics in the empirical part of the study were formulated. An electronic survey of educational community representatives of the Stavropol Territory by random sampling was conducted. A total of 243 people from the scientific and pedagogical staff of North Caucasus Federal University, Stavropol State Agrarian University, and Stavropol State Pedagogical Institute took part in the survey. The database of the survey was subjected to statistical analysis in the program SPSS (version 24). The results of the study are the basis for the development of programs to improve organizational conditions of scientific and pedagogical staff of universities, increasing their effectiveness and solving important economic problems of personnel training in the region. Taking into account the request of the professional pedagogical community for optimizing organizational conditions will enable the university administration to make reasonable managerial decisions in the field of personnel policy.|
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