Browsing ABAC ODI Journal Vision. Action. Outcome by Author "Sming Chungviwatanant"
The impact of OD process consulting on goal setting, performance feedback, employee motivation, teamwork, and job performance: an action research of small and medium enterprise (SME) manufacturer Vuttichai Voraphani; Sming Chungviwatanant (2019)
This research determines the impact of OD Process Consulting on Goal Setting, Performance Feedback, Employee Motivation, Teamwork, and Job Performance in a Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Manufacturer. The action research compared the difference of these five variables between pre-ODI and post-ODI of 71 respondents in production department of the company. To improve the level of these five variables, ODI activities were designed and implemented. These ODI activities included setting intermediate goals and official goal, revising personal ...
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 ...
The study of the relationship between push factors, pull factors, tour guide performance and tourists' satisfaction in Bangkok, Thailand Rattanaporn Siajaroen; Sming Chungviwatanant (2016)
This research determined the relationship between push factors, pull factors, tour guide performance and tourists' satisfaction; specifically, the Chinese and German tourists who visited Bangkok during the month of October and November 2015. The research collected data from 200 respondents by distributing questionnaires to tourists groups. Non-probability sampling, quota sampling and convenience sampling were applied. One hundred samples were collected from Chinese tourists and another 100 samples were collected from German tourists. One hundred ...