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The purposes of this research were to 1) study the quality management of private universities in Thailand, which consists of Leadership, Strategic Planning, Stakeholder, Market Focus, Measurement, Analysis and Knowledge Management, Workforce Focus, and Process Management; 2) explore Human Resource Management Process which includes business capabilities, strategic capabilities, and HR professional capabilities; 3) examine the relationship between quality management and human resource management processes; 4) seek for a model for private university in Thailand to achieve total quality management by human resource management.
The sample consisted of 346 senior executives. The statistics used to analyze data and the criteria used to discuss the results; specifically, general data analysis used for descriptive statistics were frequency and percentage. Besides, analysis of dependent variables, quality Management of Thai Private Universities used descriptive statistics to determine frequency, percentage, means, and standard deviation. Analysis of independent variables, human resource management used descriptive statistics that were frequency, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. Test the hypothesis of relationship between quality management model and human resource management used canonical correlation analysis. The research found the results as listed below;
1.The quality management model of private universities in Thailand that has the highest means is workforce focus that the performance is at high level with an average of 4.45.
2.Human Resource Management Process that has highest average is business capabilities and strategic capabilities with the performance at high level of 4.38.
3.The results of the relationship between quality management and human resource management process indicated that business capabilities toward the modification of enterprises have the relationship with the quality management model in term of strategic planning and managing strategic capabilities in determination of the strategies. For a HR model with the framework of the capabilities, there is the relationship with the quality model in term of strategic planning and the HR Professional capabilities. For in the wide range of wage structure has the relationship with the quality management model in customers and market focus, measurement, analysis and knowledge management, and workforce focus.
4.Summary of the quality management model of private universities will have business capabilities, strategic capabilities, and HR proficiency in order to achieve as well. Human Resource Management is in the field of business organization, HR Modeling with a competency framework wide wage structure.
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