The Participative Management Model Development for Administration Office of Rajamangala University of Technology by Use PAOR Cycle
The purposes of the research were to 1) develop and evaluate the appropriateness of the participative management model development for administration office of Rajamangala University of Technology by using PAOR cycle, 2) to develop and evaluate the efficiency of the training course on the participative management model development for administration office of Rajamangala University of Technology by using PAOR cycle. The research was designed as the research and development with both qualitative and quantitative data which started from study problems and needs from administrators of 207 persons and employee of 552 persons from 9 Rajamangala Universities to find the training framework. After that the training course was used to train 30 personnel of the dean's office in Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon. Based on data analysis, it was found that: 1) This model consisted of (1) the planning stage (P), (2) the operation stage (A), (3) evaluation stage (O) and (4) revision stage (R) by engaging both external and internal persons of the dean's office. They involved in every stages as follows: (1) Decision – Making, (2) Operation, (3) Benefits and (4) Evaluation. This model was evaluated in overall suitability at the highest level ( = 4.85). 2) The training course consisted of 5 topics. It was evaluated by applying the CIPP Model. The evaluation results are summarized as follows: The context evaluation, it was found that the training course was appropriate at the highest level ( = 4.80) and was consistency in all items evaluated. The input evaluation, it was found that training course was consistency between the various components of the curriculum and the behavioral objectives in all items evaluated. The process evaluation, it was found that the training course had achievement of the theoretical with average score of 84.02 / 86.70 percent and the overall satisfaction assessment of training management were at the highest level ( = 4.75). The product evaluation, it was found that both external and internal participants of the dean's office has been satisfied with the management model in overall aspects with the highest level ( = 4.69). The model and training course were effective. The trainees gained knowledge and they can use the model to manage their work in dean's office.
<span id="docs-internal-guid-167c56aa-7fff-fb18-915f-a59c98ea5820"><span>The Participative Management; PAOR Cycle; Training Course</span></span>
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