The Synthesis on Strategic Development Model to be a Learning Organization

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Chanthana Udom
Phairoj Butchiwan
ไพโรจน์ บุตรชีวัน
Harin Sachdev
Theathanick Siriwoharn


           This research is aimed to synthesize and present the learning organization Strategic Development Model of Rajabhat Universities Rattanakosin group. The study’s conceptual framework is grounded on the integration of philosophy science and managerial science. The process of study is concentrated on analyzing the set of data of learning capability components and key success factors of organization, together with the foresight scenario development and strategy options for systemic learning of organization. The results shown that model developed would enhance organization; 1) to understand and has a capability to identify the social dynamic environments, describing the relationship of capability components with its and key success factors in regarding to adaptive learning of organization, 2) to upscale organization’s knowledge capital that lead to improve their innovative learning, with both logical and normative organization identity development, and 3) to provision organization’s paradigm and strategy options, in regarding to enhance learning mechanism of change, and hence lead to support social knowledge capital in moving towards knowledge-based society in 21st century.


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Udom, C. . ., Butchiwan , P. . ., บุตรชีวัน ไ., Sachdev , H. . ., & Siriwoharn, T. . . (2018). The Synthesis on Strategic Development Model to be a Learning Organization. JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN TECHNOLOGY, 11(2), 113–121. Retrieved from
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