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Improvement of the management professionalization mechanism in Ukraine
Improvement of the management professionalization mechanism in Ukraine

Author(s): Yurii Safonov, Eduard Kuznietsov
Subject(s): Education, Business Economy / Management, State/Government and Education, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Університет Григорія Сковороди в Переяславі
Keywords: professionalization; managerial education; the managerial staff’s capacity

Summary/Abstract: The subject of the research is theoretical and methodological basis and practical aspects of management professionalsystem formation.The purpose of the research is formation and substantiation of and methodological basis and practicalrecommendations of management professionalization improvement mechanism in Ukraine.Methodology. Research is conducted on the basis of results of modern domestic and foreign theories’ analysis ofmanagement professionalization mechanism formation.Practical implications. Modern socio-economic conditions of Ukrainian society’s development form new demands to themanagement education. It causes the necessity of new approaches use in the field of management professional systemformation. Nowadays the main accent is made on the management systems’ effectiveness guaranteeing and this supposesthe scientific and practical tasks of management professionalization mechanism improvement solution.Results. Managerial resource is the most necessary in the world and the real managerial elite’s training must be themain priority of the state policy. The new challenges of the XXI century suppose the formation of the innovation economicson the bases of the intellectual capital efficient use. Main competitive factor is the creative class of the professionally trainedmanagers. The base of the managers’ creativeness must be science and education that are able to generate thefundamental innovations in all vitally important spheres of the human activity.

  • Issue Year: 1/2015
  • Issue No: 27
  • Page Range: 44-50
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: English