Normativ styrning i förskolan: En fallstudie

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Publication Article, peer reviewed scientific
Title Normativ styrning i förskolan: En fallstudie
Author(s) Riddersporre, Bim
Date 2010
English abstract
The project “Normative leadership in the pre-school” is a series of case-studies which aims at clarifying how normative leadership is practiced and negotiated, as well as which norms are created by leaders and co-workers. The amount of research into leadership in pre-schools is currently low, despite the comprehensive nature and significance of the institution. Relation to theory is often weak, as is the connection to more general research on leadership. I have chosen the theory of normative control of organisations as a framework for my analysis. The empirical methods are a combination of interviews and observations. In this first case study, the subject is an unusual leadership task. A number of new pre-schools are to be established, and the leader is to create a vision for these. Tension arises between vision and daily reality, however. It is the vision that must confront everyday life, and not the other way around. A common understanding must gradually be established, with its foundation just as much in norms and ideas as in security and common experience. The results indicate that negotiation and re-negotiation are important aspects of normative control in the pre-school. I propose the concept distributed normative control as the collaborators and the leader share the normative power in the daily round.
Link http://grundtvig.hio.no/index.php/nordiskbarnehageforskning/article/download/80/100 (external link to publication)
Publisher Högskolan i Oslo
Host/Issue Nordisk Barnehageforskning;3
Volume 3
ISSN 1890-9167
Pages 133-149
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) pre-school leadership
normative control
distributed leadership
case study
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/11209 (link to this page)

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