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    COMPENSATION DETERMINATION FACTORS FOR THE EXECUTIVE PERSONNEL GROUPS OF STATE ENTERPRISES IN THAILAND: A CASE STUDY OF GROUP A STATE ENTERPRISES IN THAILAND  

    Gornkrit Sakronsatian; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (NIDA, 6/10/20)

    This research aims to find personal characteristic factors of the executive personnel groups (EPGs), by considering the characteristics of an organization, which leads to different compensation determination. The researcher also adds political relationship factor into consideration. The researcher uses the mixed-method research by in-depth interviews with 25 personnel who involve with the compensation determination process of the target group. Questionnaires were used to collect information from 347 employees in state enterprises from level 5 or ...
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    FACTORS INFLUENCING THE IMPROVEMENT OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING: EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE AUTHORITY OF THAILAND (IEAT) 

    Pitchaya Javakorn; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (NIDA, 10/28/19)

               The important of knowledge sharing in knowledge based economy is very critical for the competitiveness of any organizations. IEAT is demanded to motivate its employees to perform even more complex tasks. More importantly, a unique challenge is how to develop or install strategy of the organization that would help upgrading employee efficient skills and employee knowledge through the supply chain, as well as making decision more precise.             This research was design to investigate the relationship among learning organization ...
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    Hospitality management and its factors : a comparative study of public and private hospitals in Thailand 

    Mayuree Yotawut; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    The objectives of this research were to identify the perceived service obtained by customers and to examine the opinion of employees towards hospitality management in both public and private hospitals in Thailand. Based on the objectives of the study, the theoretical linkage between the hospitality factors affecting customer satisfaction, which consist of service, employee behavior, and physical environment, was explored. Moreover, the theoretical linkage between service quality (mediating variable) and employee satisfaction, which consist ...
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    THE INFLUENCE OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP ON FOLLOWERS' PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES: THE CASE OF THAI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

    Arrada Mahamitra; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (NIDA, 12/24/19)

    The aim of this research was to examine the influence of transformational leadership and the followers' performance outcomes of the Thai Chamber of Commerce using the moderating variables of political skill, innovative work behavior, and creative work environment. The question remains unanswered as to how the leaders of non-governmental agencies such as the Thai Chamber of Commerce perform in the challenging economic world. The study used empirical research in order to ascertain the important characteristics of transformational leadership in order ...
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    Key determinants of education quality of secondary schools in Bangkok 

    Pimsiri Pootrakul; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    This study aims to investigate the key determinants of the quality of education of upper-secondary schools in Thailand focusing on the Bangkok Metropolitan area. Among the 219 the upper-secondary schools located in the studied territory, 149 schools under the supervision of the Office of the Basic Education Commission, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, the Office of the Higher Education Commission, and the Office of the Private Education Commission were randomly selected. This sample size provided a 95 percent confidence level for all statistical ...
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    Leadership behavior, learning organization culture and employee involvement climate effecting organizational effectiveness : a study of Thai energy sector 

    Watit Intuluck; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    The objectives of this dissertation are (1) to identify characteristics oftransformational leadership behaviors, learning organization culture, employeeinvolvement climate and organizational effectiveness among four main publicenterprises within the Thai energy sector, (2) to explore the relationships amongtransformational leadership behaviors, learning organization culture, and employeeinvolvement climate on organizational effectiveness within the Thai energy sector, (3)to propose a structural model of organizational effectiveness regarding the ...
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    Logistics contracting effectiveness: the perspective of Thai electronics 

    Santi Visuddhisat; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)

    The World Bank, which produces the Logistics Performance Index, has consistently ranked Thailand in the top tier but in a degrading order: ranked 31 in 2007; 35 in 2010; and 38 in 2012. When looked at the micro level, Thailand is still in the lowest level of logistics development—physical distribution—where firms focus mainly on the outbound flow of finished products, from the end of the production line to the consumers. The Thai government has taken an integrative approach to logistics development, encouraging Thai companies, particularly ...
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    Model of faculty members' research performance in national research universities 

    Siripapun Leephaijaroen; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2013)

    The objectives of this research were: 1) To explain faculty members’ qualifications, their perceptions of transformational leadership, human resource management practices, learning organization and their research performance in National Research Universities; 2) To study the effects of faculty members’ qualifications, their perceptions of transformational leadership, human resource management practices and learning organization on their research performance in National Research Universities; and 3) To develop the model of faculty ...
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    The role of human resource management practices in promoting good governance in the Thai civil service 

    Phatcharinporn Sarnthoy; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The main purpose of this study was to 1) examine the influence of human resource management practices on good governance in the Thai civil service 2) examine human resource management practices that relate to good governance in the Thai civil service, 3) understand the casual relationship that HRM practices have towards good governance in the Thai civil service and 4) understand the mediation role of ethics management and ethical culture that pass the relationship from HRM practices to good governance in the Thai civil service. The instrument for ...
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    The success factors of community-based tourism in Thailand 

    Suthamma Nitikasetsoontorn; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (สถาบันบัณฑิตพัฒนบริหารศาสตร์, 2014)

    Community-based tourism (CBT) is tourism in which local people enhance their involvement and participation in tourism planning and development in their areas, having positive impact on social, economic, and environmental conditions of their communities. The popularity of community-based tourism has grown with the government, private sectors, and in academia as part of the strategies for conservation of natural resources and development in Thailand. Most research conducted in community-based tourism has focused exclusively on selective ...