Model of Causal Factors Influencing the Success of Hospital Construction Business Organizations in Thailand

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Sermsin Wongyaprom
Siriporn Sajjanan
Suphatra Chantanasiri
Thananwarin Kositkanin


This article aimed to 1) study the causal factors influencing success; 2) analyze the causal influence of factors affecting success; and 3) develop a model of causal factors influencing success by studying hospital construction enterprises. In Thailand. This research used mixed methods. The sample size was 389 entrepreneurs, executives, and employees. Using a random sampling method, 12 people were entrepreneurs and experts. The instrument used for data collection was a questionnaire. The statistics used in this research were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and structural equation model analysis by the AMOS program.

The research results were found as follows: 1) Factors influencing the success of hospital construction business organizations in Thailand were business organization management. The speed of the business organization's engagement with business organizations and sustainability of business organizations; 2) management of the organization, the speed of the business organization Engagement with business organizations and the sustainability of business organizations and the success of the organization had a direct and indirect influence on the success of the hospital construction business in Thailand; and 3) in the causal factor model influencing the success of hospital construction business organizations, there was a relationship and influence from organizational management and the speed of the organization, with the sustainability aspect of the organization supporting the success of future business organizations.

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Wongyaprom, S. ., Sajjanan, S. ., Chantanasiri , S., & Kositkanin, T. (2023). Model of Causal Factors Influencing the Success of Hospital Construction Business Organizations in Thailand. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(3), 1526–1548. Retrieved from
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Suphatra Chantanasiri , Faculty of Business Administration, Bangkokthonburi University, Thailand



Thananwarin Kositkanin, Faculty of Business Administration, Bangkokthonburi University, Thailand




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