Shirshov Alexey Gennadievich
Lecturer of the Department of Management of Daily Activities, Novosibirsk Military Institute named after General of the army I. K. Yakovlev of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, shirshov.74@inbox.ru, Novosibirsk
Zolnikov Igor Valerevich
Кандидат педагогических наук, Cand. Sci. (Pedag.), Assic. Prof., Department of Technical Training of the Faculty Technical Support, Perm Military Institute of the National Guard Troops of the Russian Federation, zolnikov@mail.ru, Perm
Vilisov Denis Valerevich
Adjunct, Novosibirsk Military Institute named after Army General I. K. Yakovlev of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, denis.vilisov85@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Dakhin Alexander Nikolaevich
Доктор педагогических наук, Dr. Sci. (Pedag.), Prof., Assoc. Prof., Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, dakhin@mail.ru, Novosibirsk

Designing the educational environment of a military educational organization of higher education

Scientific interest in the organizational culture of the school is associated with active research 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 employees, as well as to identify the current trends in the development of the organizational culture of the school. Methodology. The study was conducted 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 set tasks, the research methodology "Studying the type of organizational culture by influencing the behavior of employees", the ranking method, the Mann-Whitney U-criterion 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 institutions is the dependent-active type. The preferred state of organizational culture is characterized by a decrease in the importance of the dependent-passive type. Conclusion. The tasks set in the study were solved. The results obtained can be used in the management of teaching staff to adjust the goals for the directed development of employees and the choice of the vector for improving the organizational culture with the given parameters.
educational enviroument, pedagogical design, military educational organization, cadets, competenc

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