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    Improving employees' engagement and communication: a case study of professional accounting services (PAS) Chiangmai, Thailand 

    Koravich Kharnijor (2016-05)

    This research focused on engagement and the communication as most common factors that affect the people in an organization to be more productive. After a thorough analysis and consultation with the management team of PAS organization, the need for improvement for internal productivity exists. Therefore, OD interventions (ODI) were conducted to increase the level of employees' engagement and communication between the management and the employees to improve productivity. A total of 3 ODI were conducted; team building activity, group sharing se...
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    A proposed ODI to improve motivation and loyalty among engineers: a case study of UNC Company 

    Chanapa Fukbua; Fernando, Maria Socorro C. L. (2016-05)

    The purpose of this study is to describe and analyze the current situation of UNC Company in terms of improving motivation and loyalty among engineers in an engineering department which had a high rate of turnover. On the basis of the initial assessment, the researcher identified, developed and proposed appropriate OD interventions to improve motivation and loyalty in the UNC Company. Using the action research model, this study at the diagnostic phase used survey questionnaire to collect quantitative data from 30 respondents who were engineer...
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    Improving service quality of the restaurant staff: a case study of Deutsches Eck pub & restaurant 

    Sirilak Benjamin; Fernando, Maria Socorro C. L. (2016-05)

    This study focused on improving the service quality of the restaurant staff in terms of communication, assurance and responsiveness at Deutsches Eck pub and restaurant. The researcher conducted the survey of the restaurant service by using questionnaires with 35 selected customers and conducted the interviews with two managements in the Pre-ODI and Post-ODI phases. Interview data was used as qualitative data. Mean and frequency were used as the quantitative data from the questionnaire. Paired Sample T - Test was used to determine the initia...
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    The influencing factors toward brand loyalty of smartphone in Phnom Penh, Cambodia 

    Dauch, Kao; Apichart Intravisit (2016-05)

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the influencing factors of the independent variables, i.e. brand affect, brand trust, customer satisfaction, perceived quality, advertising spending, customer orientation, and CSR toward brand loyalty as dependent variable for the Apple iPhone in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Then, the conceptual framework was designed from the theoretical framework, and hypotheses were constructed from the conceptual framework in order to know the relationship between dependent variable and independent variable. The resea...
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    A study of factors affecting the Gold Price in Thailand during 2005-2015 

    Natjaphak Jaraskunlanat; Thongdee Kijboonchoo (2016-05)

    The objective of this study was to determine the factors that affected the Gold Price in Thailand during 2005-2015. Monthly data from January 2005 to March 2015 were used to analyze the impact of World Gold Price, Oil Price, Dow Jones Industrial Average, USD Index, Consumer Price Index, SET Index, Interest Rate, Exchange Rate, and Time Lag on the Gold Price in Thailand. Multiple regression analysis was employed in this study. The findings of this study had identified World Gold Price, Dow Jones Industrial Average, USD Index, Consumer Price I...

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