Patutina Natalia Anatol’evna
Доктор педагогических наук, Assoc. Prof. of the Department of State and Municipal Administration and Law, Moscow City Pedagogical University, patutinaw@yandex.ru, Moscow
Revina Marina Andreevna
Кандидат социологических наук, Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy, Moscow state university of technology «Stankin», rewina@mail.ru, Moscow

School Organizational Culture: Real State and Perspective

The scientific interest in the organizational culture of the school is associated with an active study in the management sciences of the phenomenon of organizational culture as a characteristic of business organizations and the tendency to consider educational institutions as a certain type of organization. The purpose of the article is to identify common features inherent in the organizational culture of schools and affecting the behavior of workers, as well as to identify current trends in the development of organizational culture of the school. Methodology. The study was based on a socio-pedagogical approach to the study of organizational culture, which allows us to consider the organizational culture of the school as a factor in the relatively socially controlled socialization of members of the teaching staff. To solve the tasks, the research methodology “Study of the type of organizational culture by the impact on employee behavior”, the ranking method, Mann-Whitney U-test were used. The study was based on four educational organizations. Results. The study showed that the predominant type of organizational culture in the studied educational organizations is the dependent-active type. The preferred state of organizational culture is characterized by a decrease in the significance of the dependent-passive type. Conclusion. The objectives of the study were solved. The results can be used in the management of teaching staff to adjust goals regarding the directed development of employees and select a vector for improving the organizational culture with given parameters
school culture, organizational culture, types of organizational culture, socialization of employees, study of organizational culture

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