Development of Administrative Model for High-Performance Organization of Primary Educational Service Area Office Chankrit Namchaidee, Chaiyuth Sirisuthi & Pha Agsonsua1

Chankrit Namchaidee, Chaiyuth Sirisuthi, Pha Agsonsua


The aim of this R&D research was to create an administrative model for developing a primary education office area toward a high-performance organization by assessing the current situation and desirable conditions of primary education service area offices and identifying the need for developing the management model. A management model was then created and developed; and finally, its implementation was evaluated, with recommendations for improvement.  The model, a result of mixed-methods research, comprised eight components that could help primary education service area offices become high-performance organizations, with respective priorities as follows: 1) leadership, 2) strategic planning, 3) organization structure and work processes, 4) human resource management for high potential, 5) data and information technology management, 6) stakeholder orientation, 7) learning organization, and 8) productivity and outcome-based orientation. The current situation of office administration in primary education areas was at a high level, while the desirable condition overall was at the highest level. The developed model was assessed and affirmed by experts as feasible, appropriate, and useful at a high level. When considering the utility of the management model after the implementation, the overall level was also high, and satisfaction with the implementation was also very high. The model can be applied in other office areas depending on their unique conditions.

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