The Guideline for Developments to Effective Educational Organization in Thailand

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Teerapol Pengchan

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The purposes of this research were to determine: 1) factors of the efficient public sector management of educational organization in Thailand, and 2) the approach in the efficient public sector management of educational organization in Thailand. The samples were the 500 officers in the educational service area offices. The research instruments were the questionnaire. The statistical indexes used to analyze the data were percentage, mean, standard deviation, factor analysis, and content analysis. The research revealed that :1.The factors of the efficient public sector management of educational service area offices of 1) change management, 2) strategy changes , 3) efficiency plan by government, 4) leadership change, 5) risk management , 6) focus on service recipients and stakeholders , 7) focus on human resource, 8) effectives plan by government , 9) academic quality, 10) development personnel, 11) characteristics of organization, 12) support system change, and 13) efficiency as a indicator. 2. The application of the factors from the efficient public sector management of educational service area offices which was found appropriate, accurate, realizable and in conformity with the research has been proven by expertise.

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