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Systematic approach to results-oriented management of preschool education institutions

Journal: Bulletin of Postgraduate education: collection of scientific papers. Series «Educational sciences» Category "B" (Vol.16, No. 45)

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Page : 78-92

Keywords : preschool education; institution; results-oriented; management; efficiency; mechanisms; requirements; quality; system;

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In the process of changing the traditional management mechanism and forming a new one, a qualitative revolution in management takes place. Basically, new, unusual situations arise, and result-oriented and effective methods of influence are needed. Well-trained leaders are needed to manage preschools. At the same time, it is important to take into account as much as possible the features of the history of development of the preschool education system in the Republic of Azerbaijan and its multidimensional, internal qualities and features. The article analyzes the issues of management of preschool educational institutions and orientation of this field to results with different requirements in achieving success. The article clarifies the essence of results-oriented management. Due to major changes in education, including the content of preschool education, many changes have been made in management, and the article provides information and analysis on these issues. Result-oriented management levels and mechanisms are widely analyzed. All this requires the solution of scientific directions and practical issues of results-oriented management in preschool education. The relevance of the study is also related to this. Preschool education is the basis for the successful preparation of children for school. From this point of view, ensuring quality in education and achieving positive results should start here. To achieve a positive result, the manager must, above all, create a unique management system in the enterprise. The structure of this process consists of activating factors. In turn, activation factors are also divided into several areas: planning; financing (according to the public and private sectors); decision making; instruction; control. The successful solution of these issues related to the management process can be realized only if the managers are provided with sufficiently clear, experimental facts and offered to them the tested ways. The study covers a wide range of issues listed above

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