Browsing by Author "Oranuch Pruetipibultham"
A Multi-level study of the antecedent factors of innovation : case studies of Thai small and medium-size enterprises Wichuwan Satsomboon; Oranuch Pruetipibultham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)
In today’s economy, innovation is regarded as an essential tool for the organizations to succeed in the global market. As a result, many organizations are trying to produce innovative products and services to serve the customers’ needs. However, not all organizations have become successful in achieving innovation, and there are a variety of factors that influence creativity and innovation within the firms. Thus, the current study provides a broad understanding of the antecedent factors that foster and impede innovation in Thai small and ...
Factors Affecting Transfer of Short-Training Program among Professional Nurses: The Nursing Department of King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital Subhanee Khiawsom; สุภาณี เขียวสม; Oranuch Pruetipibultham; อรนุช พฤฒิพิบูลธรรม; Oranuch Pruetipibultham; อรนุช พฤฒิพิบูลธรรม (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022)
The research study aimed to 1) study knowledge transfer from the training programs provided to the professional nurses 2) study the factors influencing knowledge transfer from the training programs provided to the professional nurses 3) study the relationship between the trainees’s characteristics factors, motivation factors, work environment factors and ability factors with transfer knowledge from these training programs 4) create an equation to predict knowledge transfer from these training programs based on the characteristics factors, motivation ...
The causal relationships between cultural intelligence and global mindset among hr practitioners in Thailand Rundee Eiadkaew; Oranuch Pruetipibultham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)
This research mainly explored the causal relationships between two constructs; cultural Intelligence (CQ) and global Mindset (GM) that are important for individual and organization success in this globalized era. Besides the causal relationships between the two constructs which is the first research question, the second research questions was; “what is the CQ level of HR practitioners in Thailand?”, and the third research question was “how do age and gender influence the CQ level among HR practitioners in Thailand?”.
The impact of global leadership competency and trust in leader on team process effectiveness in Thailand Natcha Niljaeng; Oranuch Pruetipibultham (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)
While the global leadership studies have grown drastically over decades, the knowledge on how global leadership competency impact on trust in leader and team effectiveness remains under-explored. This research aims to study the impact of global leadership competency and trust in leader on team process effectiveness to foster more cohesive theoretical and empirical work in the area.