Administration and the process of developing management tools in a Peruvian University

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Roberto Pacheco-Robles, Laura Acosta-Mendoza, Santiago Vela-Del Águila, Oscar Tuesta-Hidalgo, Juan Tuesta-Hidalgo, Juvenal Napuchi-Linares, Jorge Saavedra-Ramírez


The general objective of this thesis was to Propose an Administrative Management Model to improve the process of elaboration of the management instruments in the National Autonomous University of Alto Amazonas, 2021. The type of research was basic, non-experimental design, descriptive, the population and sample was 32 teachers; The survey was the technique used, the collection of information was done through the questionnaire tool. The result indicated that 65.63% do not have knowledge of the management instruments, this is because documents such as the PEI, POI, ROF and CAP-P are prepared by one or two people in isolation, not It is socialized with the entire university community. As a result, there is no clear horizon of the future of the university, there is no commitment of the workers to the institutional objectives and goals. Concluding, an administrative management model based on David Ausubel's Theory of Meaningful Learning was proposed, whose pillars, BEING, KNOWING, KNOWING TO DO, contribute so that teachers can systematize their previous knowledge for the elaboration of management instruments.

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