A The Administrative Process in Buddhist Good Governance of Ban Auam Sub-District Administrative Organization, Muang District, Lampang Province

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Phra Noppasith Suthajitto (Pingyosa)

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The objectives of this research were to 1) to study the concept of good governance in Buddhism; 2) to study the governance process according to the principles of good governance of Ban Auam Sub-district, Muang District, Lampang Province; 3) To study the model for enhancing the Buddhist good governance of the Ban Auam Sub-district Administration Organization, Ban Muang District, and Lampang Province. The results of the study revealed that 1) Good governance concepts in Buddhism is the main discipline. Signify guidelines or principles that will lead to rule fairly good accuracy. The parents and under the administration upheld a pattern of behavior according to the principles of good. 2) The good governance process of Ban Auam Sub-district, Muang District, Lampang Province was as found: (1) Are administered by adhering to the rules properly. (2) Are administered with integrity. (3) Are administered by clarity and transparency. (4) There is an opportunity for people to engage in strategic planning. (5) Management goals and objectives set out in the action plan. (6) Is targeted to extend the benefits of community-based. 3) The model for enhancing Buddhist good governance of Ban Auam Sub-district administrative organization, Muang District, Lampang Province, has found that there are four main themes: (1) Strengthening leadership by the Kings. (2) Enhancing corporate personnel, according to Buddhist doctrines. (3) Strengthening the management of enterprises by the Sangha. (4) Strengthening the organizational goals by atta benefits.

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Suthajitto (Pingyosa), P. N. (2019). A The Administrative Process in Buddhist Good Governance of Ban Auam Sub-District Administrative Organization, Muang District, Lampang Province. Journal of MCU Peace Studies, 7(4), 1007-1021. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journal-peace/article/view/150794
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