EVALUATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS LEVELS OF ACADEMICIANS: FACULTY OF SPORT SCIENCES AND SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS EXAMPLE

Mehmet Dalli, Aydın Pekel, Recep Gürsoy

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Background/Objective: The purpose of this study is to examine the managerial effectiveness levels of the academicians who work in the sports science faculty and School of Physical Education and Sports.

Methods: In the study, a descriptive scanning method aimed at revealing the current situation has been used. For the purposes of this study, the academicians population of Turkey in the research universities working in sports science and sports colleges with the faculty of physical education, from which a sample is chosen, which is determined by simple random sampling method, which consists of volunteer academicians (n=178) working at the faculties of sport sciences and school of physical education and sports of universities such as Erciyes, Selçuk, Ömer Halisdemir, Gaziantep, Dumlupınar, Uşak, Karamanoğlu Mehmet Bey, Fırat, Süleyman Demirel, Sakarya, Balıkesir, Gelişim, Esenyurt, Muğla Sıtkı Koçman ve Bingöl universities. A managerial efficacy scale developed by Murry (1993) and implemented in the Turkish version by İra and Şahin (2010) was used to measure managerial effectiveness. The obtained data was recorded with the package program "IBM SPSS 22". Kruskal Wallis analysis was applied as statistical process.

Results: The level of managerial effectiveness of academicians is moderate and advanced, the level of managerial effectiveness is related to age, department, title and professional experience, and also there is a relation between the progress of age, title and professional experience of academicians and the development of managerial effectiveness. It can be assumed that this situation originated from the situations such as the maturity of academicians' knowledge and experience, efforts to improve their skills, the adoption of the management concept of modern life, self-evaluation and autonomy as well as being able to adapt to scientific, cultural and social changes. The development of managerial effectiveness perceptions and managerial skills of young academics can be supported by managerial development seminars. Determining the managerial perceptions of the faculty members who work in different faculties and higher schools may contribute to the updating of the managerial perspective.

 

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