Effectiveness of Human Resource Development in The Secretariat of the Senate

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Jittrakan Jieratrakul Satit Niyomyaht

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This research aime to study: 1) to investigate the effectiveness of the human resource development in the Secretariat of the Senate; 2) to ascertain the factors influencing the effectiveness of the human resource development; and 3) to offer recommendations for the improvement of the factors influencing the effectiveness of the human resource development. The study method was qualitative in nature. The needed data was gathered from documents, participant observations, and in-depth interviews 20 key informants were used for in-depth interviews. The qualitative data analysis has brought to light the finding specified below. 1) On the effectiveness of human resource development in the Senate was in line with strategic plan of the Senate. 2) On factors influencing the effectiveness of human resource development, it could be said that the effectiveness of human resource development was in large measure attributable to the following factors: (1) CEOs’ policy, strategic plan and annual budgets (2) The presence of a leader with the high caliber (3) POSDCoRB was put in practice And (4) Organization development was carried on constantly in that the Secretariat of the Senate attached great importance to knowledge management.

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