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The purpose of this research was to: 1) to study the state of the monastic sector of the monastic sector 2) to develop the model of the change management of the monks in sectors 1 and 3) to propose the model of change management of the monastic sector 1 is a mixed method. 1) Quantitative research The 351 monks' opinions were analyzed by means of statistical analysis, ie, mean and standard deviation, and 2) qualitative research. The seminar was organized by a panel of 11 experts to develop this knowledge. There are 8 qualified speakers to review for their suitability. Analyze data by content analysis.
The results of the study found that:
The administrative situation of the monks of the monastic sector 1, including 5 aspects, found that the supervision there is a high level of practice. The remaining 4 areas are personnel, organization, planning, and management. There is a moderate level of practice. The change management model of the monastic sector 1 is composed of four elements. Element 1 is the development of the monk's ability to create faith and create identity. And promote Buddhism to maintain morality, leading society to peace in the era of change. Element 2 The purpose is to develop a monastic organization to keep up with the changing environment. Do not abuse the principles and discipline in accordance with the law and the law. 1) DEMMING (PDCA, Plan-Do-Check-Act). 2) The administration of the five disciplines is the planning of personnel organization, the supervision of the administration, and 3) the management of the monks' six branches, namely, the administration of religious education, the propagation of public works. Education 4) Change management is 4 aspects of structural change. Change people Organizational change Changes in technology. 5) The principle that promotes change management is Papakikham 3, namely, the ophthalmology of the ophthalmology.
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