STRATEGIC APPROACH TO PEOPLE MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL ORGANISATIONS (EXAMPLE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC)
Educational organisations constitute a specific and internally heterogeneous group of work organisations. They differ from other types of organisations by the subject of their activity and hence by the mission of their existence and also by the requirements on managers not only in the domain of people management, but also as regards managers' roles and competencies. This study deals first with the definition of a strategic approach to work with people in this type of organisations, including an overview of selected models of human resource management. It then demonstrates on them what are the preconditions for incorporation of personnel work into the system of organisation management and how can personnel work be carried out in a systematic and strategic manner. It follows with a summary of basic facts on educational organisations in the Czech Republic, including specific requirements on continuous education for managers of these organisations. This education should eliminate deficits in capabilities of educational managers and enable them to cope efficiently with their roles. Finally, it presents results of an empirical survey among managers of educational organisations in the Czech Republic who studied the subject of educational management at the Faculty of Education of the Charles University (Prague) in the period 2014-2016.
People management, human resource management (HRM), HRM models, educational organisation, educational management, survey.
MICHAELA TURECKIOVÁ (2018). Strategic Approach to People Management in Educational Organisations (Example of the Czech Republic). International Journal of Teaching and Education, Vol. VI(1), pp. 71-84. , DOI: 10.52950/TE.2018.6.1.005
Received: 8 Jan 2018
Revised: 25 Feb 2018
Accepted: 6 Apr 2018
Published: 20 Apr 2018
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