Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on New Ideas in Management, Economics and Accounting
Performing Management in School Organizations and Entrepreneurship
Postiniuc (Onișoru) Georgiana Florența, Mănescu (Dragomir) Daniela
In order to accomplish the mission, the school organization must devise strategic plans that it will follow closely. The link between the management of the school organization and entrepreneurship can be observed in the strategy approached by the manager. EntreComp (2016, in English) defines entrepreneurship as “a transversal competence, which can be found in all spheres of life: from facilitating personal development, to active participation in society, to (re) insertion in the labor market, as an employee or as an employee. Freelance, and until the start of an initiative (cultural, social or commercial). ”
Davidoff and Lazarus (2002) argue that managing a school organization should cover two
categories of strategies: strategies of organizational development complicated, and curriculum development strategies.
A school institution uses strategic management if it monitors changes in its external and internal environment, anticipates future trends and sets goals and objectives according to them, formulates strategies for achieving them, respects planned activities and constantly evaluates the achievement of goals.
Keywords: management, strategy, education; entrepreneurship; performance.