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Management of stimulation of work of the teachers of modern higher school based on the Porter Lawler Model of Motivation

Chudnova Ol'ga Vladimirovna

PhD in Sociology

Docent, the department of Sociology, Sakhalin State University

693000, Russia, Sakhalinskaya oblast', g. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, ul. Lenina, 290, kab. 65

chudnova_ov@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.25136/2409-7144.2019.3.28826

Review date:

31-01-2019


Publish date:

04-04-2019


Abstract.

This article is dedicated to the questions of management of the system of motivation and stimulation of work in a modern higher school. Its relevance is substantiated by the need for qualitative replacement of such category of employees within academic-pedagogical environment, by attracting the most talented, competent, and professionally accomplished personnel, because this is the key to successful development of the entire system of higher education. Despite the wide array of research dedicated to human resource management, the questions of the effective motivation of pedagogues towards the quality of educational process and structured with consideration of specificities of this category of employees and realities in a modern higher school, remain insufficiently studied. Based on the analysis of the key aspects in activity of faculty members in Russian universities, the author covers the major problems associated with the development of effective system of motivation and stimulation of academic-pedagogical personnel. As a method for improving the system of stimulation, the author suggests using the Porter Lawler Model of Motivation adjusted to the current realities of the facilities of higher professional education.

Keywords: career, work efficiency, personnel management, quality of education, higher school, motivation, stimulation of work, aspiration, quality of work, enterprise management
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