The development of professional competence of students in management training
Marina Georgiyevna Sergeeva,
Sergey Evgenievich Shishov,
Valentina Alekseevna Kalnei,
Galina Nikolayevna Yulina,
Irina Veniaminovna Polozhentseva
The article presents management education as a component of the global education of an individual as part of professional education. The main position here is given to a manager who can function productively in a modified economic context, which is due to socio-economic changes associated with the integration of Russia into the international community, improvement of market mechanisms, optimization and restructuring of Russian professional education, and the reliance on innovative approaches to the training of specialists. Professional training of managers is a structured process aimed at obtaining theoretical knowledge, perfecting of applied skills and abilities, which allow yesterday's students to get used to their work duties and to form a career considering their ambitions and tasks. The solution of the problem, connected with training of specialists in the field of management in modern economic conditions, seems to be achievable in setting up professional training on the formation of professional competence of students, receiving education in the corresponding field. Considering entrepreneurial competencies as a special group in the competence structure reflected in the Federal State Educational Standards for Higher Education is not a sufficient condition to prepare a successful manager. In the context of optimization and reform of the Russian professional school, the issues of training managers, which refer to the training of representatives of this profession in the Soviet Union, in the conditions of the planned economy, are becoming particularly relevant. Modern Russian society, along with state structures, is building public demand for qualified training of competent specialists in the field of management, able to provide a creative approach to the implementation of official duties as subjects of the activity and quickly eliminate the factors that hinder the production process, addressing innovative ways of development of organizations. For this purpose, managers should demonstrate innovative thinking, flexibility, initiative, willingness to disclosure their potential, and ability to develop promising business projects. Professional training of managers in higher education institutions should be brought to a fundamentally different level, which is characterized by a more productive process of building competence of future specialists in this profession. It creates conditions for successful work, which, in turn, is a key prerequisite for the efficiency of the enterprise, sector, region, country, and human society as a whole.