Performance of Personnel in the Organization to the Organization of Success

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Charnnarong Rattanapanakul
Mayuree Wannasakulcharoen

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In the era of globalization, the organization must face change and various fluctuations according to the dynamic of the environment both inside and outside the organization. Therefore, the organization must deal with changes that occur (change) to maintain a competitive advantage better than other organizations and will enable the organization to sustainably live. However, performance of personnel in the organization is very important for the organization which the performance of personnel must rely on various relevant factors whether it's an attitude to work, motivation for achievement, change leader, human resource development and the quality of working life. From the study of the relationship of these factors and the performance of personnel in the organization, it was found that there was a significant relationship due to the creation of a good relationship between executives or leaders and work will create the courage to show employees, give feedback and strive for ways to solve problems for the organization to the best of their ability.

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Rattanapanakul, C. ., & Wannasakulcharoen, M. (2020). Performance of Personnel in the Organization to the Organization of Success. Rajapark Journal, 14(33), 191–204. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/240380
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