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    The impacts of human resource management practices and leader-member exchange on the provincial waterworks authority's employees' attitudes and behaviors 

    Oratai Naewchampa; Boon-anan Phinaitrup (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    Drawing on the resource-based view (RBV) theory, social exchange theory and organizational support theory, this study examined the impacts of HRM practices and leader-member exchange (LMX) on employees’ attitudes and behaviors through perceived organizational support (POS) in the Provincial Waterworks Authority’s context. The objectives of this study were: 1) To examine the impacts of employees’ perceptions of the quality of HRM practices on perceived organizational support; 2) To examine the impact of employees’ perceptions of the quali...
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    Technology transfer derived from foreign direct investment (FDI) in the Thai Automotive Industry 

    Ninrane Rintharawatth; Anchana NaRanong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This thesis is a study of technology transfer from Car Maker Companies, through Foreign Direct Investment companies in Thailand. Much literature indicates that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) contributes benefits of technology transfer to the host country, and this study is conducted to investigate whether technology transfer is happening in Thailand or not. What technologies at Car Makers are made available to Auto-Parts manufacturers in Thailand? And how is the technology transferred? Comparing companies with different characteristics o...
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    A Study of the effects of leadership on organizational effectiveness: a case study of non-profit organizations regarding sexually-diverse groups in Thailand 

    Chanin Chakkrapopyodhin; Ploy Suebvises (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The current research aimed to 1) study leadership behaviors of nonprofit organizations regarding sexually-diverse groups from small-sized, medium-sized, and large-sized organizations, 2) investigate their organizational effectiveness, and 3) explore whether organizational leadership affected the organizational effectiveness of these nonprofit organizations. Based on a qualitative research design, this case study focused on three nonprofit organizations relevant to sexually-diverse groups. Sources of data came from the related literature,...
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    The role of civil perceptions of peace, value, and interest in conflict resolution in the Southern border provinces of Thailand 

    Nopadon Mungkalaton; Nuttakrit Powintara (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The research investigates the differences between two civil population groups in the relations between civil perceptions and conceptions in conflict resolution. In particular, it explores the relations between the perceptions of peace, values, and interests and the conceptions of conflict resolution for the conflict in the southern border provinces of Thailand, focusing on the differences between adult and youth civil groups. It used structural equation modeling (SEM) and Chi square statistics for the empirical analysis of data and sought...
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    The effects of critical factors on the organizational change of garment companies in Thailand 

    Orramon Panthong; Kasemsarn Chotchakornpant (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    ABSTRACT Title of Dissertation The Effects of Critical Factors on the Organizational Change of Garment Companies in Thailand Author Miss Orramon Panthong Degree Doctor of Public Administration Year 2018 Both private and public organizations today are inevitably encountering changes because of continuous changes in the global business environment. For many years, the garment business has generated revenue that has contributed to the economic growth of Thailand. However, as time has passed, Thai garment companies have encountered uncert...
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    Sustainable development strategies, competitiveness, and corporate performance : a case study of SCG in Asean context 

    Ariyasith Chaimanat; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Sustainable development has become of interest in the global context. This concept has been widely accepted at both the corporate level and national level. Regarding the corporate level, many companies have adopted sustainable development in their framework for future organizational growth. This study focuses on the case study of SCG since this company has been regarded as a role model of sustainable development for Thai companies and it has received international accreditation. The study investigates the sustainable development strat...
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    Management of blood donation : a case study of national blood centre of Thailand 

    Benjamaporn Dhanakoses; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The National Blood Centre (NBC) of Thailand is the major blood supplier for hospitals in Thailand with the responsibility of acquiring at least 1,500 units of blood per day from blood donation. This research mainly aims to search for the NBC’s management of blood donation, both in normal and unexpected situations, through interviews. The study also searches for the most important motives enhancing blood donation during unexpected events by employing a questionnaire. It found that NBC’s management of blood donations reveals special con...
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    Employee retention : causal analysis for non-profit organizations in Thailand 

    Natthayanee Chantaplaboon; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Employee retention has been in many scholars’ attention over decades because employees are the important resource that drive the organization toward its goals. The time and money spent in selecting employees are high, and therefore, the organizations want to keep their employees as long as possible. Employee retention then became widely studied in many sectors, namely in business firms, public sectors, schools, and hospitals. The previous studies revealed different factors of employee retention according to the types of organization...
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    Employment practices and employers'attitudes towards elderly teachers in private sector schools in Sri Lanka 

    Madhuwanthi, Lokuhetti Arachchige Pavithra; Suchitra Punyaratabandhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The main objectives of the dissertation were to identify the reasons for employing elderly teachers (ETs) in the private sector schools in Sri Lanka, current employment practices applied for the ETs, employers’ attitudes towards the ETs, and the factors affecting such attitudes among the employers. The study used semistructured in-depth interviews to investigate the reasons for employing the ETs and current employment practices applied with the ETs. Ten schools were selected for studying current employment practices under the themes of rec...
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    The influence of organisational structure on customer issue resolution : a phenomenological study on Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand 

    Akaparp Borisuth; Anchana Na Ranong (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    The purpose of the current study was to explore and describe the lived experiences of division directors (DDs) of Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand in resolving customer issues. More specifically, it aimed to understand the influence of organisational structure on customer issue resolution. This study employed qualitative methods and phenomenological explication to understand the central phenomenon. In this study, the researcher used purposive samples comprising of nineteen participants. All participants were currently directorial employee...
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    Generation Y employee retention model of public and private organizations 

    Pongsakorn Srirongthong; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The present research study was conducted with major aims to investigate the retention of Generation Y employees, the factors related to the retention in public and organizations and to derive Generation-Y employee retention model. This mixedmethod study employed questionnaire inquiries to obtain quantitative data from 426 Generation Y employees who were 18-37 years old and working in Bangkok. The quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive statistics as follows; frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, Pearson correlation coe...
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    The effect of external players on Thailand steel industry's survival 

    Natwarong Thienpramuk; Nuttakrit Powintara (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    Today Steel industry is affected from unfair trade which caused the high importation to Thailand. Beside the steel industry itself, external organizations are influential to steel industry’s survival, especially government organizations and trade association. This research aims to find out the most suitable actions of the external organization for survivability of Thailand’s steel industry. This research used integrated model between Porter’s Five Force with Government policy and trade association as a framework. The research used the mix...
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    Human resource transformation and competitive advantage : a case study of Krungthai bank 

    Rakchart Chaemchan; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The objective of this dissertation are 1) to examine the context of HR transformation to create competitive advantage for Krungthai Bank, 2) to determine the key success factors that can influence HR transformation to create competitive advantage for Krungthai Bank, and 3) to develop an effective model for HR transformation to create competitive advantage for Krungthai Bank. To achieve the research objectives, the study employs mix method research. Both Quantitative and Qualitative Research are employed to bring knowledge, facts, and disc...
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    Human capital development models of academic staffs in Thai higher education 

    Marndarath Suksanga; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This research aimed to analyze causative relationship of black box affecting performance of Thai higher educational institutions through factors of employee engagement. This quantitative research used a questionnaire as an instrument for data collection with 1,992 academic personnel from 6 Thai higher educational institutions including Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, Chiang Mai University, Thammasat University, Kasetsart University and Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. Basic statistics were employed to analyze demographic i...
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    Clean development mechanism as competitive strategy: an alternative approach for sustainable development in Thailand 

    Danai Jeanpinitnan; Pairote Pathranarakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is one of the environmental practice projects to tackle global warming issues that offer developing countries like Thailand an opportunity to attract investment in clean technologies, promote sustainable development and gain competitive advantage. Porter (1990) mentions that a nation's competitiveness will be subject to the capacity of each country to innovate and upgrade. CDM is presumed to benefit organizations and society, which can aid organizations in achieving a sustainable development agenda an...
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    The implementation and distribution of tax expenditures : a case study of retirement saving incentives in Thailand 

    Chatpong Watanajiraj; Ponlapat Buracom (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    The research conducted an empirical analysis on the implementation of tax expenditures and distribution of tax benefits. It highlighted the factors affecting this implementation when the policy works through tax incentivization; that is, the private sector becomes a front-line implementer and the target citizens voluntarily choose to participate in the program. Implementation may be derailed if the policy addresses the wrong target or if the proportion of taxpayers is too small compared with the target. Using the private sector relieves t...
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    Transnational crime in Thailand: The case of the African drug syndicates 

    Ekapol Panjamanond; Kasemsarn Chotchakornpant (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    Narcotics problem is one of the critical problems in Thailand, which causes social problems, economic problems and quality of life of the people. The number of cases and quantity of illicit drugs seized has been increasing over the past decades. At present, narcotics issue has become even more complicated because of the social change, and globalization which allow more foreigners to come to Thailand. African drug syndicates become greater problem to Thai society nowadays, as the growing number of cases, number of Thai and Asian women were...
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    Retention of talented personnel in the new medical schools in the Northeastern Thailand 

    Kwannapis Ratchatawan; Chindalak Vadhanasindhu (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This dissertation was aimed at studying factors affecting the retention of talented personnel in the new medical schools in the northeastern Thailand and to study how to retain such talented personnel. This research involved qualitative research. Data was collected through in-depth interviews and observation. Key informants of this research include a total of 38 personnel: 27 medical professors, who are working in the new medical schools in northeastern Thailand, nine administrators of the new medical schools in the northeast and two qual...
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    Integrated budgeting in Thailand : A case study of the narcotic integrated budget plan 

    Jaroowan Wichayaapa; Nuttakrit Powintara (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    This study aims to provide information on an integrated budgeting plan in Thailand detailing the planning and implementation of development and its challenges, with an attempt at making the concept of integrated planning less impervious by exploring contemporary meanings and mechanisms of integrated planning for a Thailand Narcotic Integral Budgeting Plan. This study attempts to explore the concept that uses an integrated policy for Thailand through a case study of the Narcotic Integrated Budgeting Plan. The effort also covers the effecti...
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    Factors affecting knowledge-sharing behavior: a study of the private banks in Mynmar 

    Siri, Nang Sarm; Tippawan Lorsuwannarat (National Institute of Development Administration, 2019)

    This research attempts to illuminate the factors affecting the knowledge-sharing behavior of the managerial staff of private banks in Myanmar. Basically, this study was carried out with two main objectives. The first objective relates to the proposal of a model of knowledge-sharing behavior in private banks in Myanmar, and the second objective deals with testing the relationships among social capital, individual capability, knowledge-sharing intention and knowledge-sharing behaviors in Myanmar. In order to achieve the objectives, the study...
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