FACTOR ANALYSIS OF CREATIVE LEADERSHIP OF INSTITUTIONAL ADMINISTRATORS UNDER MINISTRY OF CULTURE

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สิริกร บุตรสาลี อำภาพรรณ ตันตินาครกูล กาญจนา บุญภักดิ์

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This study aims at analyzing factors of creative leadership of institutional administrators under ministry of culture and exploring opinions level of teachers and educational staff towards these factors. The samples were teachers and educational staff under ministry of culture, selected with multistage sampling technique. The instrument was 5 rating-scale questionnaires with the index of item – objective congruence between 0.80 – 1.00, discrimination value were orderly at 0.332 - 0.809 and the reliability was .923. The data were analyzed by Exploratory Factor Analysis.


The findings revealed that :


1) There were three main factors including 1) flexibility and imagination; 2) practical vision; and 3) trust.


2) On average, the opinion’s level of teachers and educational staff towards these factors was at high. The first factor with highest mean was 1) flexibility and imagination; 2) trust; and 3) practical vision.

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บุตรสาลีส., ตันตินาครกูลอ., & บุญภักดิ์ก. (2019). FACTOR ANALYSIS OF CREATIVE LEADERSHIP OF INSTITUTIONAL ADMINISTRATORS UNDER MINISTRY OF CULTURE. Journal of Industrial Education, 18(1), 69-77. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JIE/article/view/149146
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