An Analysis of Factors Affecting Organizational Effectiveness of Schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

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  • Narit Seangsukswang

Keywords:

Factors, Organizational Effectiveness, Schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration

Abstract

The purposes of this descriptive research were: 1) Analyze the factors affecting the organizational effectiveness of schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. 2) Correlate the size and direction factors affecting the organizational effectiveness of schools under Bangkok Metropolitan Administration.The respondents consisted of 860 people both directors and teachers from 430 schools. Data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and multiple regression analysis, namely hierarchical stepwise regression analysis.

The findings of the research indicated that the effectiveness of the organization of schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration was high in all four aspects. Effectiveness in latency preservation ranked the highest, followed by goal achievement, integration and the ability to adapt. When all four factors that affected schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan
Administration were considered ,there was 99.70 percent probability that the effectiveness of schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration could be correctly estimated. Employee characteristics factors could best be
used describe the variability in the effectiveness of schools under the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration at 90.30 percent. The next best were the managerial policies & practices characteristics, environment characteristics and organization characteristics respectively. Correlate of the size and direction factors affecting the organizational effectiveness of positive direction were structure, technology, internal
environment, relationship, motivation, communication, and adapt innovation and negative direction was external environment, support operation, strategic goal and leadership, respectively.

Author Biography

Narit Seangsukswang

Ph.D. Candidate in Educational Administration, Faculty of Education, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

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