Managerial the public high school headmasters have similar management

    Managerial creativity can best be described
as, the art of employing  humorously exploratory
rather than a regular approach in solving a problem by a  person who is open, curious & imaginative
to find solutions that are novel & useful for the process of  planning, organizing, implementing &
controlling to determine & achieve the managerial objectives in a objectives
in a varying setting. In short, managerial creativity refers to novel multidimensional
& fluent ideas related to different functions of management. It involves
creative behavior of managers /headmasters which produce interesting or useful
novelty. Managerial creativity at work place is a main test for institutions. Marak, (2016) revealed that male and female
head teachers have similar managerial creativity. The study results also
revealed that trained head teachers have significantly higher managerial
creativity than those of untrained head teachers. According to Emily,
(2015) the primary roles identified for principals include recruitment of staff
in schools, encouraging team work among staff, empowering staff and encouraging
them in developing their career. Babatunde
(2014) found a
significant relationship between principals’ managerial skills and
administrative effectiveness. According to Kamete (2014) most of the public high school headmasters
have similar management abilities.Mukherjee, (2013) found a significantly strong relationship between
performance of school and principals managerial effectiveness. Managerial
effectiveness of the principal is primarily driven by the supervisory skills,
communication skills & cognitive skills. Sehat, (2010) revealed a significant correlation
between creativity and productivity. The relationship between principals’
creativity and personnel’s motivation was found positively significant. Also,
the relationship between principals’ creativity and personnel assessment was
positively significant. However, there was direct but not significant
relationship between principals’ creativity and job readiness, role perception,
organization support, credit and environment factors. To
Kao, (1991) creativity is the product of association between the persons, the
task & the managerial perspective & each of these can be managed. It
almost involves all executive design & human resource device which has been
known for majority organizations including structure, work design, recruiting,
reward system & corporate culture development. According to Simon (1988), creative managers/headmasters are
populace who by their own propensity or through learning can receive huge
satisfaction from creative results even when their job in producing these
results has been an indirect one, particularly a managerial one.