Organizational Development and Change Along with the Reinventing in Education

  • Ribka Lemy Ririhena Universitas Pattimura
  • Zainuddin Notanubun Universitas Pattimura
Keywords: Development, Change, Organization, Reinventing

Abstract

The purpose of organizational development, especially educational organizations, is the formation of an educational organization in the provincial and district/city governments, so that education units at all types and levels are open and generate trust for educators and their communities.  Organizational open and generate trust for educators and their communities. Organizational development interventions tend to emphasize the application of collaborative or interpersonal and group strategies in inter-organizational actions in a coordinative or vertical manner, in accordance with the spirit of reinvention. In restructuring educational organizations or reinventing education to increase the activities and programs of the Provincial, Regency and City Education Offices in carrying out routine activities, they must be changed, no longer using a bureaucratic approach with a participatory approach. The paradigm of education officials must be changed, so that in accordance with the spirit of the implementation of school-based management in schools. By giving a large role to schools in the spirit of change, the school has a high creativity to compete in improving the quality and quality of education in the school

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Published
2021-02-08
How to Cite
RirihenaR., & NotanubunZ. (2021). Organizational Development and Change Along with the Reinventing in Education. JURNAL PENDIDIKAN PROFESI GURU INDONESIA (JPPGI), 1(1), 21-27. https://doi.org/10.30598/jppgivol1issue1page21-27
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