The operational effectiveness of the municipality leaders in Thailand

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Mayuree Wannasakulcharoen
Charnnarong Rattanapanakul


The objective of this research is 1) to study the operational effectiveness of the municipality leaders in Thailand 2) to study the factors that affect the municipality's job positions in Thailand and 3) to use the results to develop the municipality in Thailand efficiently and increased effectiveness data were collected by using questionnaires. Personnel of Khelang Nakhon Municipality Lampang Province, Sila Municipality Khon Kaen Province Tha Khlong Municipality Pathum Thani Province Nong Prue Town Municipality Chonburi Province, Hua Hin Municipality Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Kuan Lang Municipality, Songkhla Province, representing a total of 277 people. Data were analyzed using statistical values. Mean, standard deviation and multiple regression analysis Statistical significance are determined at the level of 0.05. The results of the study can be summarized as 1) Transformational leadership. In terms of creating good inspirations, the overall is at a high level. The influence which consists of ideology as a whole at a high level In terms of stimulating the use of intelligence at a high level and behaviors focusing on individual relationships at a high level. 2) The effectiveness of the municipality found that the effectiveness of the municipality was at a high level. 3) The effect of the transformational leadership that influenced the effectiveness of the municipality in Thailand is the change leadership in the aspect of creates good motivation (IM) and personal relationship behaviors (IC) with the following equation to predict the effectiveness of the municipality: Municipal = 1.331 + 0.339 (IM) + 0.333 (IC).


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Wannasakulcharoen, M., & Rattanapanakul, C. (2020). The operational effectiveness of the municipality leaders in Thailand. Rajapark Journal, 14(33), 205–214. Retrieved from
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