Organization Management in Time of Political Crisis : A Case Study of National Blood Centre of Thailand

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Benjamaporn Dhanakoses

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Managing organization to achieve daily target seems to be a general matter for every organization. All the tasks can keep going smoothly except in time of obstacle phenomenon. National Blood Centre of Thailand (NBC) is the non-profit organization that experienced the kind of chaos in regards to political crisis in 2014. The protests blocked the road against the entrance for many days disrupting the organizational daily performance. The organization, thus, utilized the backup plan together with morale and commitment of the employees as the key success in making the organization perform daily tasks effectively. This article interviewed the key informants for the overall management, the implementation approach, the involved persons, and the supportive tools in time of uncertainty that made the daily target achieve perfectly.

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