Social responsibility of education as one of advantages of innovative development of enterprise
Zelinska Haluna Olexiivna Doctor of Economic Science, Professor, Head of Environmental Economics and Organization of Production Department,
Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, Ukraine
The relevance of social responsibility education as a prerequisite for the development of innovative enterprises is determined. It was found that socially responsible must be education, business and government to society. Determined that education affects the efficiency of business quality prepared workforce, business in society – the purchasing power of the population, stable working conditions, providing jobs and so on. Therefore, regional educational management (REM) in higher education must be socially responsible and to ensure a high level of implementation of not only traditional – academic and research functions, but also new – innovative and entrepreneurial. Analytical justified that social responsibility in education will be effective if the balance of interests between all regional social partners. Determined that the interaction between the production and the educational sphere should appear in the dissemination of knowledge about the basic principles of socially responsible management; production centers transfer of new technologies; direct centers (including the manufacturing and research institutions) training and so on. It is proved that the formation of social responsibility in the family is the primary source of its formation in the subsequent stages of personality development.
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