Management Skill Development of Academic Institutional Heads in Bangladesh: A Conceptual Study on Henri Fayol’s Management Principles

Idris Ali, Fatima Kanis Nayan, Md Atiqur Rahman Sarker, Md Tahmidur Rahman Kadery, Yayan Firmansah

Abstract


This study investigates the managerial problems faced by the institutional heads in the area of educational management in Bangladesh. The aim of this article is to recognize the key influences, challenges and barriers of the organizational heads in the education management sectors and to pursue the adequate solution of those complications, which are the strong barriers to achieving the organizational objectives in the field of educational management. For this research, qualitative descriptive methodology was employed to collect secondary data from different authentic sources. In Bangladesh, organizational leaders in education sector face numerous challenges and difficulties in carrying out their managerial activities in the field of educational management. In terms of administrative abilities, they have immense gaps and deficiencies in conducting their respective actions and obligations in the educational institution, such as managing the institutes with supervision, control, assessment, motivation and effective utilization of resources. This study is critically reviewing the Henri Fayol’s 14 principles for application into educational management. This study also recommends Henri Fayol’s principles for developing management skills of academic institutional heads.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v11i3.18428

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