Impact of Leadership in Successful Management of Education

Sanie DODA

Abstract


In the era of the development of information and communication technology, the use of this technology during the teaching process has become a necessity for teachers. This development is directly related to the updating of new knowledge and skills in the field of education. The method by which leaders or managers put members of an organization to do something collectively to achieve their goals is used to develop a style-based leadership style. Technology has the power and the potential to transform the professional teaching environment. To be a successful leader in academic institutions needs to meet many demands, similar to those required in other sectors. But the multiplicity of complexities, the variety of objectives for fulfilling sometimes conflicting obligations, the motivational factors of individual academics, and the variety of different management interpretations in this sector are special. Universities are complex organizations and as such pose major leadership challenges. This creates the need for leadership leadership and careful management. Since universities have become very autonomous, in most countries, they have been encouraged to be more market-oriented and to link their development more to the labor market and the local economy.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v8i1.12584

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