A MODEL OF BUDDHIST HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN NAKHON SAWAN PROVINCE

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Pharadon Amaravedĩ
Kiettisak Kittipañño
Surin Niyamangkoon

Abstract

The objectives of the research were: (1) to study the state of the human capital management of local administrative organizations in Nakhon Sawan Province, (2) to study the Buddhist human capital management of local administrative organizations in Nakhon Sawan Province, and (3) to present the model of the Buddhist human capital management of local administrative organizations in Nakhon Sawan Province.
The methodology was the Qualitative Research collecting the data from 28 key informants by In-Depth interview and the Focus Group Discussions with 9 experts. The tools of the research were the structured questionnaire for the content analysis.
The findings were as follows:
1. The state of the human capital management of local administrative organizations in Nakhon Sawan Province had 3 aspects: 1) for the skill development, the administrators gave the importance in the activity arrangement promoting in the working skill for the personnel conforming to the morality and ethics in Buddhism. The result was the high effective administration, 2) for the knowledge development, it had the obvious process in promoting the academic knowledge development with the higher education, training in the curriculum about the working, studying the activities in their responsibilities, and promoting the personnel to learn the morality and ethics through the King’s philosophy, and 3) for the attitude development of the personnel, it was found that the personnel was highly generous together.
2. Overall, the Buddhist human capital management of local administrative organizations in Nakhon Sawan Province was found that the activity arrangement promoting the morality and ethics for the benefit in working through the activities: 1) the activity for the skill development was promoting the personnel to train in their responsibilities, 2) the activity for the knowledge development was giving the opportunity to higher education by making the motivation in good working, and 3) the activity the mental development was the Project on the meditation practice for the good attitude in the human capital development.
3. The model of the Buddhist human capital management of local administrative organizations with the application of the Sappurisadhamma 7 (qualities of a good man) for the human capital development in 3 aspects: the human capital management in the skill, knowledge and attitude found that the application of the Sappurisadhamma 7 was the model of the Buddhist human capital development Nakhon Sawan Province through the activities promoting the personnel to know the 7 situations: 1) knowing the causes, 2),knowing the results, 3) knowing themselves, 4) knowing the moderation, 5) knowing the occasion

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Amaravedĩ ภ., Kittipañño เ. ., & Niyamangkoon ส. . (2020). A MODEL OF BUDDHIST HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN NAKHON SAWAN PROVINCE. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 7(2-2), 103–115. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/245690
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