Browsing by Author "Busaya Virakul"
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FACTORS INFLUENCING CAREER ADVANCEMENT OF THAI FEMALE GOVERNMENT FOREIGN-SERVICE OFFICIALS Orathai Phubunlap Gunaseelan; Busaya Virakul; Busaya Virakul (National Institute of Development AdministrationNational Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022)
This is the explanatory mixed-method study by starting with the quantitative research and ending with the qualitative research to investigate the influences of personal attributes, family support, and organizational support on career advancement, and to examine the mediating effect of readiness and the moderating effect of gender-role attitudes on those influential paths. Data collection for the quantitative research was conducted by using self-administered questionnaire from 299 female foreign-serviced officials from 6 Thai public organizations. ...
Factors influencing corporate governance of state owned enterprises in Nigeria: the case of Imo State Nwafor, Lloyd Chukwuemeka; Busaya Virakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)
The objective of this paper is to study the corporate governance and its influenced factors of state-owned enterprises in Imo State, Nigeria. To achieve this, thirty (30) SOEs from both federal and state government were selected in Imo State of Nigeria and were divided into two groups, namely A and B. The top fifteen (15) SOEs with the highest revenue in 2013 were categorized as group A, along with the other fifteen (15) SOEs that did not declare in terms of revenue generation in 2013 were also categorized as group B. Mixed method approaches were ...
The effects of ethical leadership and the two forms of interactional justice on employee work attitude outcomes Anoma Charoensap; Busaya Virakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
The purposes of this study are: (a) to examine the direct effects of ethical leadership on employee work attitude outcomes, including affective organizational commitment, affective commitment to the supervisor and job satisfaction; and (b) to explore the mediating roles of two types of interactional justice—interpersonal justice and informational justice —on the effects of ethical leadership and employee work attitude outcomes. Data were collected from 862 participants and structural equation modelling (SEM) was employed for data analysis. ...
The influence of the second-order stakeholder dimension of csr on employee engagement: the mediating role of organizational trust Siriwan Kaewchird; Busaya Virakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a second-order construct on employee engagement with the mediating role of organizational trust. It looked for the connection by using quantitative methods to verify the effects of CSR on employee engagement and the mediating effect of trust. The implication of this study was to guide organizations about the role of CSR and how to design CSR efforts in order to improve employee engagement and trust. Structural equation modelling (SEM) was used ...
Transformational and transactional leadership: the features, existence, and influence Thamarat Jangsiriwattana; Busaya Virakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
The purposes of this study are to explore the features and existence of transformational and transactional leadership and its jointed effect, to examine the influence of these three leadership styles, and to confirm the leadership theory that the leadership effects on organizational performance. To verify this relationship, this study uses the quantitative method to prove the effects of leadership on organizational performance. Questionnaires were used to collect data from 1,047 teachers in the 92 schools under the Office of Basic Education ...