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This research focuses on the operation of the learning organization and studies the relationship between the learning organization and the group work achievement of the Sunthorn Metal Pack Co., Ltd. (Head Office). The samples of the study were company employees of Sunthorn Metal Pack Co., Ltd. (Head Office). To determine the sample size, the study uses Krejcie and Morgan Table, which eventually obtains a total of 176 samples selected via random sampling with a computer. The instrument used in the research was a questionnaire. The statistical analyses used for the study included descriptive statistics: frequency and percentage utilizing for analyzing the distribution of personal data via mean and standard deviation in Part 1, whilst Part 2: learning organization and Part 3: group performance achievement used inferential statistics: correlation analysis to test the relationship between the learning organization and the group performance of employees. The results show that there is a significant relationship between the learning organization and the achievement of group work of Sunthorn Metal Pack Co., Ltd. (Head Office). Also, the study can find the high level of operation of the learning organization of Sunthorn Metal Pack Co., Ltd. (Head Office) particularly in the dimensions of dynamic learning, organizational change, empowerment of members in the organization, knowledge management, and technology application. The group work achievement of the Sunthorn Metal Pack Co., Ltd. (Head Office) also can be found at the high level especially in the aspects of understanding of group work, group work skills, and relationships of members in group work.
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