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Title: Designing professional competence of leaders of the regional agrarian sector
Authors: Barsukova, T. I.
Барсукова, Т. И.
Keywords: Institutional mechanisms;Management decisions;Regional agrarian elite;Social practice;Student leaders
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IAEME Publication
Citation: Barsukova, T., Ivashova, V., Gunko, J., Gavrilova, O., Chaplitskaya, A. Designing professional competence of leaders of the regional agrarian sector // International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology. - 2019. - Volume 10. - Issue 1. - Pages 768-776
Series/Report no.: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology
Abstract: The main idea of designing professional competence of the regional agrarian elite is to provide the leaders of the student community with the opportunity of active social practice of making management decisions, developing social responsibility and striving for continuous excellence through participation in the development of the management decisions based on customer feedback. To organize systematic social practices involving student leaders, who will be the regional agrarian elite in the future; it is necessary to accumulate the work of the university to provide feedback to students in the relevant structural units of the university and student assets engaged in work to ensure the quality of education. The implementation of such idea will allow the formation of institutional mechanisms: a regulatory framework, documented procedures, algorithms of information exchanges of stakeholders for the development and adoption of effective decisions, which are generally aimed at ensuring the professional competence of the regional agrarian elite
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