Pandangan Pentadbir terhadap Implementasi Proses Perubahan Terancang pada Sekolah Bestari di Malaysia

Pandangan Pentadbir terhadap Implementasi Proses Perubahan Terancang pada Sekolah Bestari di Malaysia. SOSIOHUMANIKA, 2 (1). (2009)


The process of planned change is a systematic effort to realign and redevelop
educational organization in order to respond to felt needs and adapt to changing educational
environments. A dynamic planned change involves determining what requires changes
and when and how the changes should take place and be managed. The Ministry of
Education in Malaysia has systematically planned the establishment of Smart Schools to
ensure that the goals of its establishment and the implementation process are successful.
Thus, the purpose of this study is to examine and describe the Smart Schools’ administrators’
perceptions on the process of planned change introduced in the Smart School system. The
qualitative study uses multiple case study involving five Smart Schools. Data was gathered
through semi-structured interviews. The sample consisted of school principals, assistant
school principals, IT coordinators and subject heads. Results show that some of the
administrators have positive perceptions and that they fully support the process of planned
change in their schools. The administrators also faced problems when the planned change
was introduced simultaneously within the same period of time. The study suggests that
the process of planned change can be implemented successfully with a well structured coordination within the components of the plan.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Planned change, Smart School, Administrators and positive perceptions
Taxonomy: By Subject > Administrative Science & Policy Studies > Administrative Science
Local Content Hub: Subjects > Administrative Science & Policy Studies
Depositing User: Mohd Fadhli Samsudin
Date Deposited: 01 Aug 2021 14:18
Last Modified: 01 Aug 2021 14:18
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