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The purposes of this research were 1) to synthesize the transformation leadership, influencing accounting capabilities affecting the success of the Thai business in Thailand. 2) to study correlation transformation leadership, influencing accounting capabilities affecting the success of the Thai business in Thailand. 3) to develop transformation leadership, influencing accounting capabilities affecting the success of the Thai business in Thailand. This research was mixed methods: The samples were executive of the international shipping and handling companies of 142, and the concerns of the management of the logistics service group’s 20 people, using questionnaire and in-depth interview as a tool to collect information. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient, and multiple regression analysis.
The results revealed that 1) transformation leadership feature consists of the knowledge, skills, personal characteristic, continuous improvement and change. 2) Transformation leadership and accounting capabilities are positively correlated with low. 3) Transformation leadership influences of the logistics business performance statistically significant at a level of .01. The independent variables that have the power to predict influences of the logistics business performance followed by Idealized Influence, Individualized Consideration, Intellectual Stimulation and Inspiration Motivation. Accounting capabilities influence logistics business statistically significant at .05 level. The independent variables that have the power to predictive influences of the logistics business performance followed by accounting information system, accounting, knowledge, accounting ethics and skill respectively.
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