In transforming society and the new education system, there is significant need to know more about new generation expectations and the characteristics in order to form future actions. This study aims to reveal the role of e-transformational leadership in intergenerational cooperation for the better school practice and culture. The literature pays attention on transformation in education however literature needs to put forward to expanding practical knowledge on entrepreneurship, cooperation and transformational leadership by concentrating on intergenerational learning and exchange of knowledge in school culture. The study has qualitative nature that self-reports of headmaster and teachers in school context provided qualitative data in order to discover emic perspective on e-transformational leadership and intergenerational cooperation. Thematic analysis was employed to reveal the perceptions and experiences of headmasters and teachers in respect to research focus. The findings showed that the situation of transformational leadership of headmasters, intergenerational cooperation on school culture and efficient use of information technology are key terms to be considered for the development of school culture.
Part of the book: Open and Equal Access for Learning in School Management