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Bezdudnaya A. G.
Head of the Chair of Management and Innovations, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, PhD (Economics), Professor
Rastova Yu. I.
Chair of Management and Innovation, St. Petersburg State University of Economics PhD (Economics), Professor
Dymova O. O.
Assistant Professor, Chair of Management and Innovation, St. Petersburg State University of Economics

Profile of organizational behavior in the university environment
(Russia, St. Petersburg)
The authors present results of interviews conducted with 60 professors and 5 heads of the departments in Russian higher educational institutions with the use of the five-factor model of personal and organizational personnel qualities. On the basis of this research the article describes profiles of organizational behavior in each of the two categories of respondents, presents their comparative analysis and examine factors that decrease the impact of organizational behavior in how effectively higher educational institutions solve the tasks they are solving. Based on the analysis conducted, the authors formulate suggestions to improve motivation and develop competence of the leaders and department employees.
Key words: higher education, management of higher education, organizational behavior, five-factor model of personal and organizational qualities
Pages: 168 - 171

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