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A critical point at the beginning of the cooperation between a teacher and the school is theorientation process when the teacher becomes familiar with the conditions and requirements of work at the school. Successful orientation of teachers is the responsibility of headmasters and deputy headmasters involved in managing and leading teachers. The goal of the paper is to present the main findings of the authors' questionnaire survey on human resource management in Czech schools and define the current challenges of headmasters and deputy headmasters of Czech schools in the teaching staff orientation. The survey was conducted during the school year 2018/2019. The respondents were headmasters and deputy headmasters of Czech nursery, primary and secondary schools. The relevant data were obtained from 84 schools. The results show that surveyed schools are able to successfully master the teaching staff orientation, however they need to apply a more systematic approach to the orientation process as well as to the human resource management.
Human capital is an important resource for every school, regardless of its size, organizational structure or type. In order to promote the school’s development, motivational leadership needs to make optimal use of the staff’s potential. The aim of the paper is to discuss the findings of the 2019 questionnaire survey of primary schools’ visions from the perspective of educators, defining major challenges faced by head teachers. 347 teaching staff of 19 primary schools from two regions of the Czech Republic participated in the survey. The results suggest that teachers expect the school management to stimulate the material development and working climate of the school as well as to raise their motivation and support along with strengthening their competencies.
Internal communication channels and public relations are rich sources of the right information for the employees of the organization. Optimal design and use of the internal communication system along with the pursuit of the corporate social responsibility agenda contribute to improving the company’s human capital management. The present paper focuses on the perception of the role of in-house communication and the use of PR tools to strengthen the human capital and mitigate staff turnover. The questionnaire survey administered in various organizations in the two selected regions of the Czech Republic yielded a total of 164 responses, the outcomes allowing to cover the applicability of particular communication tools towards employees and job seekers.
The study deals with the possibilities of influencing the motivation to work by managers in the segment of regional education. Respondents of a research survey presented in the Introduction of the study were managers and employees who currently work in regional education or who are very familiar with the practice of school management. Theoretically conceived chapter 1 of the study then introduces concepts of motivation as an internal process and as one of the basic activities of managers. The overview also includes the most well- known theories of motivation / job satisfaction. Intention of the survey, the results of which are presented in chapter 2, was to find out which of the selected theories of motivation and job satisfaction respondents know and use in the practice of management and leadership of employees. The aim of the survey was to define specific possibilities how to positively influence the motivation to work and thus the work performance of employees in regional education. Qualitative research was used for the investigation (methods of questioning in oral and written form – recording the results of group discussions)
The article discusses the program of the state budgetary institution “Moscow Agency of Innovations” Future Tech, which is aimed at supporting innovative technological subjects of small and medium enterprises by solving their urgent business problems by students of Moscow universities, as well as its contribution to improving the competitiveness of innovative technology companies in Moscow in the international market. The article briefly reviews the market for small and medium-sized enterprises, indicates the share of innovative companies. The market needs and requests of technology companies are considered. Examples of innovative companies, partners and program participants are given, as well as an example of business cases that companies provide for solutions within the Future Tech program.
The article examines some examples of mathematical methods used in data science to assess the innovative potential and innovative activity of an industrial enterprise in a digital economy. Since the science of data (data science) has a fairly wide mathematical apparatus, which is designed to search for new information, statistical data, as well as to make forecasts and economic proposals, these same methods can be used to work with data when evaluating innovative indicators of an enterprise.