The Duality of a University Lecturer Career in the Context of Time Management

Svetlana I. Sotnikova, Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation), Nikita Z. Sotnikov, Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management (Novosibirsk, Russian Federation)
2020 Vestnik Tomskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta Ekonomika  
The Russian education system is undergoing a radical transformation of scientific and pedagogical activities. The competitiveness of lecturers and higher education depends on the use of scarce resources – time. The size and structure of the time for career depends on the achievement of economic and social goals of lecturers' lives, their future and place in the complex hierarchy of human relations. In this context, the need to understand the general nature of lecturers' time contribution to the
more » ... processes of harmonization of the dual nature of the career increases. The article analyzes the career of scientific and pedagogical workers in the context of the concept of time management. It aims to substantiate the strategic imperatives of career harmonization. The harmony of the career allows improving the quality of lecturers' working life, increasing the lecturers' competitive advantage in the labor market. The research is based on the theoretical analysis of the results of research works, which present the main provisions on the architectonics of time for a lecturer career. The article analyzes data on careers of scientific and pedagogical workers in higher education in Novosibirsk for three years. The knowledge of career time allows understanding career duality and evaluating career harmony. The authors have identified and justified a possible strategy for harmonization of scientific and pedagogical workers' careers. Career harmonization is based on the assessment of the time prospects on the labor market. The authors come to the conclusion that the size and structure of university lecturers' career time determine the mechanisms of localization and approval of their competitive advantage.
doi:10.17223/19988648/52/9 fatcat:aojeiogedra57kgyjzbljwfnga