การจัดการเชิงพุทธ 5 G MONASTERY MANAGEMENT

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Phra Sutheevirabundith (Show Tassaneeyo)
Phra Udomsitthinayok (Kampol Kunangkaro)
Phramaha Sunan Sunandho
Phramaha Krisada Kittisophano
Prasert Thiloa
Phongphat Chittanuruk
Rattapol Yenjaima

Abstract

The book "5 G Buddhist Management" by Prof. Dr. Bunthan Dokthaisong and the group that has been compiled from experience and systematically presented Through the idea that the best of sages, the first abbot of the world Meaning intelligence, knowledge, purity Ready to lead to government Good governance Focusing on peaceful coexistence Is a management innovation And able to apply in the current situation according to the name of the book "Buddhist management, 5 G Monastery Management" can both have the goal of management in accordance with the principles of practice to be knowledge, truth and happiness in accordance with Buddhism.

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(Show Tassaneeyo) พ. . ., (Kampol Kunangkaro) พ., Sunandho พ. . ., Kittisophano พ. . ., Thiloa ป. . ., Chittanuruk พ. . . . . ., & Yenjaima ร. . . (2019). การจัดการเชิงพุทธ 5 G MONASTERY MANAGEMENT. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 8(3), 298–309. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/219591
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