Model of Causal Factors on the Success of Educational Institution Management in Thailand

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Uhsa Tevarattikal
Pordee Sukpun
Bundit Pungnirund

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The objectives of this research were to study the model of causal factors on the success of educational institution management in Thailand. This research employed a mixed method. The population, namely the sample for the quantitative research component, consisted of 405 educational institution executives. For qualitative research, in-depth interviews were conducted with 9 key informants and data was analyzed by content analysis. The research findings showed that the model of Causal Factors on the Success of Educational Institution Management in Thailand. in each element are as follows: 1) Leadership (LDS) with a normalized element weight between 0.86-0.89; 2) Strategic Management (STM) has normalized component weights between 0.89-0.94; 3) Organizational Culture (ORC) has normalized component weights between 0.94-0.96; 4) Organizational Engagement (EEM) has adjusted component weights. The standard was 0.89-0.91; 5) Performance Motivation (MTT) was found to have a normalized component weight of 0.92-0.94; and 6) Performance Achievement (PFS) was found that the standard adjusted component weight was 0.83-0.88. The model was in good consistency with the empirical data. The values consisted of 1) CMIN/df. = 1.669, 2) Comparative Fit Index: CFI = 0.986, 3) Goodness of Fit Index: GFI = 0.935, 4) Adjusted Goodness of Fit Index: AGFI = 0.927, 5) Root Mean Square Error of Approximation: RMSEA= 0.039, 6) Norm fit index: NFI= 0.973, 7) Incremental fit index: IFI = 0.988, and 8) Root Mean Square Residual: RMR = 0.026.

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Tevarattikal, U., Sukpun, P., & Pungnirund, . B. (2021). Model of Causal Factors on the Success of Educational Institution Management in Thailand . Rajapark Journal, 15(43), 84–100. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/253225
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