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http://doi.org/10.31918/itec.2018.15

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Mr. Abdullah Mohammed OZER

Erbil Polytechnic University/Shaqlawa Technical Institute

ئەم ئیمەیڵە پارێزراوە لە سپام, پێویستە جاڤا سکریپت چالاک بکەیت بۆ بینینی.

ABSTRACT

In this study through a review of the previous studies , it  have been identified on the evolution of the concept of traditional management in light of the concept of e-management , and then the comparison between traditional and electronic systems , e-management was identified by  electronic management advantages that it has superiority over traditional management in many reactions. Then the definitions of e-management which is e-government , e-commerce , e-health , e-learning, and e-publishing with  the use of modern techniques are addressed and  electronic management goals in education have been identified, and the great importance of electronic management of both the National level or educational institutions  is  proved that the electronic management is critical  in the various administrative and educational fields.

The electronic university administration application and functions performed by the electronic management at the university planning, organization and control are applications of e-management at universities. For that aim, 417 staffs (main population) were choses and 150 responses were gotten at Salahaddin University and the University of Polytechnic at Iraq Kurdistan Region in 2015. Sample is consisted of all the members of the administrative board of two universities in Erbil who hold various administrative titles. It is found that there is no standard definition of e-management at region. Routine procedures and a lack of proper planning for the transition into e-management, technical obstacles to apply online development of automated software system, weakness English language skills of some of the staff, resistant to change, speed computer programs and poor infrastructure are major problems at applying e-management at region while the scarcity of financial possibilities by management is found the most significant factors over applying e-management. The development of legislation and administrative regulations for e-management, having flexible organizational structures, increasing communication between the Ministry of Higher Education and universities, Increasing degrees of decentralization with more participation of university workers and spreading the culture of e-management by advertisements are solutions to overcome these problems.

Keywords: E- management, Application, Universities in Iraqi Kurdistan, Constraints.

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