Development of Human Resource Competency in Koh Samui District Surat Thani Province

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Tanayu Puwittayathorn


The objectives of this research were to compare the differences
between Expected Competencies and Actual Competencies, to
compare the differences between pre- experimental and pro-experimental,
and to develop human resource competency in Koh Samui District, Surat
Thani Province. The samples of this study were 230 samples. Data
were collected by questionnaires and in- depth interview. The date
were analyzed by the use of Mean, Paired Sample t-test, and Content

Analysis. The result showed that Expected Competencies and Actual
Competencies of human resource in overall and in each were different
at statistically significant level of 0. 05 and pre- experimental and
pro-experimental competency of human resource in overall, human resource
management knowledge, consulting skills, organizational development
skills, and communication skills were different at statistically significant
level of 0.05.


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