The Development of Community Potential in Team Management : A Case Study of Housewife Group In Premruethai Community, Prawet Sub-District, Bangkok

  • Laksamee Thungwha Researcher
Keywords: Community potential, team management

Abstract

The qualitative research studied team management of housewife group who wove the loincloth by hand and development of community potential in team management of the housewife groups. The research findings indicated that there were problems and obstacles in team management, and cooperation within the community and conflict among community members, coordination within and outside the group, and lack of community business vision. It was recommended that community potential in team management could be enhanced by training of “team management” of the housewives, and promotion of coordination, labour force participation, shared vision, and online communication.

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Published
2018-06-16