A Suggested Proposal for Developing the Dimensions of Administrative Transparency and Intellectual Capital Management of Academic Leaders in the Faculties of Preparing Kindergarten Teachers in the Light of some Developed Countries Experiences'
Keywords:administrative transparency, intellectual capital management, academic leaders, experiences of some developed countries
The current research aimed at presenting a suggested proposal for developing the dimensions of administrative transparency and intellectual capital management for academic leaders in the faculties of preparing kindergarten teachers in the light of some developed countries experiences'. The research utilized the descriptive approach to suit its nature and objectives. For data collection a questionnaire was used- prepared by the researcher- directed to a sample of faculty members and their assistants. The research sample consisted of (60) faculty members and their assistants in the faculties of preparing kindergarten teachers in Universities of (Cairo- Mansours-Minia), in order to diagnose the reality of developing the dimensions of administrative transparency and intellectual capital management for academic leaders in the faculties of preparing kindergarten teachers in the light of some developed countries experiences'. The research revealed a set of results; the most significant of which are that the administrative transparency and intellectual capital management has been achieved among academic leaders in the faculties of preparing kindergarten teachers in the light of some developed countries experiences' to moderate degree except for the statements in the axis of administrative transparency which related to (activating the complaints and suggestions boxes), which was achieved below the minimum confidence interval levels, this mainly indicated that it was not achieved. Whereas the statements of (announcing the decisions that govern the faculty's work to achieve the university's goals and publishing real information about the faculty) were achieved to a high degree, which indicated that they were significantly achieved among the Heads of the Departments. In addition to some statements in the axis of intellectual capital management as; (building social networks based on trust, values, and ethics as a stimulator for creativity and innovation) which was achieved significantly among the Heads of the Departments. The research concluded with a suggested proposal for developing the dimensions of administrative transparency and intellectual capital management for academic leaders in the faculties of preparing kindergarten teachers in the light of some developed countries experiences', in addition to providing a set of future studies and research.
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