Development Strategies of Rajapark Institute to Learning Organization

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Pornpana Srisatanon
Somkiet Tunkeaw
Phoonchai Yawirach
Prawet Wetcha


The purposes of this mixed method research were to 1) study the factors involved in the development of Rajapark Institute to the learning organization and 2) present the development strategy of Rajapark Institute to the learning organization.  Tools used to collect data were questionnaires and interview forms. The sample group used in the study was 94 administrators and personnel including interviewing ten executives, teachers and stakeholders. The statistics including Mean, Standard deviation, and content analysis were applied to analyze data. The research found that 1) Factors related to the development of Rajapark Institute to the learning organization consist of structural factors, leadership, strategy, vision, mission, organizational culture information technology, performance development, and good management 2) Strategies for developing Rajapark Institute to a learning organization consist of five core strategies as follows: 1) development of Rajapark Institute to facilitate learning organization, 2) promotion of the use of knowledge management system to be implemented in Rajapark Institute in Rajapark Institute, 3) encouraging learning in operation and working with networks for learning exchange, 4) continuous development of personnel performance for readiness for change and sustainable development of Rajapark Institute, and 5) the development of information systems to be efficient, conducive to being a learning organization. 3) The assessment of the development strategy of Rajapark Institute to the learning organization by experts found to be appropriate, feasible, and beneficial at a high level.



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Srisatanon, P., Tunkeaw, S., Yawirach, P., & Wetcha, P. (2019). Development Strategies of Rajapark Institute to Learning Organization. Rajapark Journal, 13(29), 102–112. Retrieved from
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