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Preparation of innovative managers for the national economy of the republic should become one of the main tasks - Egor Borisov

The head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, commissioned the creation of the Higher School of Innovation Management at the Institute of Management, said on Thursday the website of the head of the Republic

Preparation of innovative managers for the national economy of the republic should become one of the main tasks - Egor Borisov
“During the year we have to develop a system of a completely new institution on the material and technical basis of the institute, analyze our capabilities, clearly presenting the goals we want to achieve,” the words of E. Borisov are cited.

In his opinion, the retraining of personnel should not become an end in itself for the educational process. There is a shortage of personnel with leadership qualities, creative abilities and skills of strategic thinking, emphasizes E. Borisov.

“We need fundamentally new approaches here. We must not forget the need to solve earthly problems. Preparation of innovative managers for the national economy should be one of the main tasks of the reformed institution, ”the head of the republic says.

In this regard, E. Borisov pointed to the need to conduct active work with the existing reserve of cadres, and also to invite leading scientists of well-known universities and research institutes of Russia as lecturers, reports Interfax.

The report notes that Deputy Prime Minister Aleksey Dyachkovsky will form a working group to reorganize the management institute under the head, which in turn will develop the structure and directions of the Higher School.

As reported, in February 2014, the head of Yakutia, Yegor Borisov, said that there are no managers in the region at the required level for the favorable development of the republic. In this regard, he proposed to the government to create a school of high-class effective managers and not to take in state bodies without its certificate.

He clarified that such a practice could be introduced, for starters, in government, municipal and government bodies, and then in companies in the region.

The school should focus on the introduction and dissemination of best practices in business planning, the development of innovative projects, the promotion of science-intensive products in Yakutia.