A MULTI-GENERATION MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR SCHOOL PERSONNEL UNDER THE OFFICE OF UDONTHANI PRIMARY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AREA 2
The purposes of this research were 1) to study the components and the indicators of multi-generation management of school personnel, 2) To check the consistency of the indicator model of multi-generation management of school personnel with the empirical data, and 3) to propose a multi-generation management model for school personnel under the Office of Udonthani Primary Educational Service Area 2. The sample was 285 school personnel which was get by the multi-stage sampling. The research tool was a rating scale questionnaire. The basic statistic and the confirmatory factor analysis were analyzed by M-plus7 program. Suitability, possibility, and usefulness were evaluated by the specialists.
The results showed that: 1) multi-generation management of school personnel comprised 5 components: Building Team Diversity, Coaching and Mentoring, Constantly Personnel Development, Quality Personnel Retention and Communication for Relationship, 2) the multi-generation management indicator model was consistent with the empirical data which valued = 75.370, df = 59, /df = 0.277, P-Value = 0.0740, RMSEA = 0.031, SRMR = 0.015, CFI = 0.996, TLI = 0.994, and 3) the multi-generation management model for school personnel consisted of a model’s name, a concept and basic principle, an objective, achievement’s goals, and keys to success. And the results of utility, propriety, and feasibility assessment were the highest.
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