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    An organization development intervention on perceived organization support, supervisor feedback environment, supervisory communication and trust to improve supervisor-subordinate relationships: an action research study in a Dessert Cafe and Restaurant, Phi Phi Island, Thailand 

    Ananya Phunthasaen; Sming Chungviwatanant (2020)

    This research investigates the impact of Organization Development Intervention (ODI) on Perceived Organization Support (POS), Supervisor Feedback Environment, Supervisory Communication, and Trust to increase the level of Supervisor- Subordinate Relationships, conducted in a small sized dessert café-restaurant on Phi Phi Island, Krabi province, Thailand. Nine Organization development interventions (ODIs) were implemented over a five month period from January-May, 2019 and conducted with 18 participants, who are the store supervisors and ...
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    Organization redesign process as ODI on organizational factors and human dynamics 

    Lynn, Nandy; Lu, Lee Hsing (2017)

    This paper demonstrated the importance of organization redesigning in the face of drastic socio-economical, political changes as well as internal and external (with and without anticipated) challenges; the impacts of effective design on organizational components; and the approach and process on how to redesign organizational factors for better results on human dynamics. It was based on in-depth, real-time, and action research at a public Internet service providing company in Myanmar conducted from January 2015 to end February 2016. Based ...
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    A proposed employee development program from objectives and key results: a case study of SG Group of Companies 

    Chayapol Charoenlarpkul; Somchai Tantasanee (2019)

    Nowadays, many organizations have to re-think about strategic management more than in the past to face with the situation which every resources and abilities could be calculated as exact number to gain the best profit for organization. Investment in human resources has become a very large topic within the business world, so employee development become a necessary factor which the organization must focus on as it affects to organization performance directly. Performance Appraisal or Performance Evaluation System which is one of the most ...
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    A proposed HR plan to enhance employee motivation: a case of MTA state enterprise, Thailand 

    Somchai Rattanaparinyanon; Somchai Tantasanee (2019)

    Nowadays, with the reality of competitiveness, every organization is struggling to obtain competitive benefits as well as better performance and attain productivity plus effectiveness. Companies throughout the world, therefore, take human resources into account as the essence for business as they constantly escalate employee motivation as the force in letting employees achieve goals and organizational objectives towards more effective organizational performance. The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of intrinsic and extrinsic ...
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    The student’s self-designed learning activities influencing their learning achievement: a case study of an English tutorial center in Krabi 

    Onnicha Ariyawong; Thanawan Phongsatha (2017)

    The implementation of the “self-designed learning activities” method in fifteen secondary school students who were conveniently selected at an English tutorial center in Krabi has been explored. The investigation was carried out by employing the pretest and post-test to determine the level of their knowledge prior to and after implementing self-designed activities. The observation during 36 hours classroom participation had been recorded to see levels of their skills improvement. The questionnaires were used to identify a level of students’ ...
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    To enhance non-English major students’ English communicative competence by improving students’ English learner autonomy through organization development interventions—an action research at Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages (ZYUFL) in China 

    Li, Ling; Kim, Seongdok (2020)

    The research paper analyzed the impact of organization development interventions (ODIs) on learner autonomy (LA) and communicative competence (CC) of non-English major students in ZYUFL, Zhejiang, China. The main objectives were to determine the differences of students’ learner autonomy and communicative competence between the pre- and post-ODI phases and to investigate the impact of students’ learner autonomy on communicative competence after ODIs. Based on the preliminary diagnosis and pre-ODI results, the researcher conducted purposeful ...
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    To improve employee career success through organizational development intervention: an action research of AIA Co., Ltd. Changzhou Branch 

    Lin, Dong; Kim, Seongdok (2020)

    This study was aimed at the research of the organization development interventions on the employee career competency, emotional intelligence and self-efficacy to improve the employee career success in AIA Changzhou Branch, China. These three variables were regarded as employee career success behaviours and closely related to the development of the focal organization in currentstudy. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were utilized. The research methods were the questionnaire, semi-structured interview and participatory observation. ...
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    Using WBL as ODI to improve work environment and well-being of employee 

    Kijchai Chotikamankong; Sirichai Preudhikulpradab (2017)

    This research was undertaken at SC Siam Supply and Sounds. The study was an action research, focus on work environment and well-being of employees The objectives of research comprise of three; 1) To determine the current situation of work environment and well-being of employees; 2)To identify if using WBL as ODI can improve work environment and well-being of employee and 3) To compare the difference between preODI and post-ODI. Data collection techniques of this study were survey, observation and interview while the respondents were employees ...