Factors Related to Administration and Management of Moral Higher Education Institutions


The objectives of this research are to 1) study the opinions of the executives, lecturers, and supporting personnel about the management of moral higher education institution group in (1) the purposes, missions, policies, (2) operational processes and mechanism, and (3) participation of the personnel and 2) study the factors that have a relationship with the management of moral higher education institutions group. The samples are 332 executives, lecturers and supporting personnel of the following higher education institutions, i.e. Kasetsart University, Srinakharinwirot University, Chiang Mai University, Khon Kaen University, Ubon Ratchathani University, and Prince of Songkla University. The research tools used to collect the data include in-depth interviews, questionnaires (Likert' s rating scale). Statistics that are used in the analysis of the data involve frequency, mean score (Average), standard deviation and correlation coefficient of the Pearson product. The results are: 1) Overall, the level of the management of moral higher education institution group is high as well as in each aspect. 2) The strategies that drive the performance of the institutions, leadership and vision of the managerial staff, knowledge and awareness of all staff, integration of the moral higher education institution group with the mission of the institution and monitoring and evaluation of the institution performance is positively correlated with the management of the moral higher education institution group with the statistical significance at level .05.

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Chatupol Yongsorn, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2017
Stream: Higher education

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