The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the formation of a consensual culture of agile management used in schools where school administrators and teachers work.
This research is based on a qualitative research approach that highlights social phenomena and explores the environment in which they belong. In this context, five managers and seven teachers working in six vocational education institutions were asked semi-structured questions during face-to-face interviews.
The research revealed that technology has a great impact on foster learning management and the development of school culture based on consensus.
The data of the research is limited to the participants who are Five managers and seven teachers working in six vocational education institutions within Nicosia context.
The school gained awareness on the uses of technology for learning and development.
Merits of technology for consensus culture were examined in this paper.
The paper is original in that it gives insights for the education system on the technology and learning.
Tokel, A., Dagli, G., Altinay, Z. and Altinay, F. (2019), "The role of learning management in agile management for consensus culture", International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, Vol. 36 No. 4, pp. 364-372. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJILT-02-2019-0017Download as .RIS
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