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The information society necessitates the continuous development of education. At the same time, the development of education creates new opportunities for the development of human potential. The purpose of this work is to analyse the instrumental possibilities of educational change for the development of education in the conditions of demanding educational requests and tasks of professional work with a substantial amount of information. The approaches of joint creative activity of participants of the educational process as effective means that create an unfavorable context for educational changes are determined. It is emphasised that the development of human potential depends on the ability of education to be flexible relative to the needs of the information society. It is determined that the transformation of the social institution of education requires radical changes in the training of a new generation of managers with a high level of professionalism, culture, innovative creative thinking. It is found out that a set of theories of organisational development is submitted methodologically capacious for creating conceptual models of management of educational changes. Reasonably scientific bases of educational changes as objects of public management are characterised by tendentiousness of public management of educational changes of collective nature.

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Semenets-Orlova, I., & Kuzmenko, H. (2021). Development of Human Potential in the Information Society: Educational Changes and Organisational Development. Edukacja Ekonomistów I Menedżerów, 59(1).


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