Concept of Community Management for Achieving the Government Goal

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Nunta Bootnoi Nathdanai Pratuangboriboon

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The goal of modern government development affects Thailand to have been transformed into a bureaucracy that focuses on people's participation in the government administration and empowerment for policy formulation and decision-making in the management of their local communities independently and determines as strategies for strengthening community and society to be a solid foundation of the country. “Community management” is a new dimension in the development of the subdivision of society and the nation that requires a variety of elements including interdisciplinarity in driven to succeed. The concept of community management for success is presented in this paper. It is an alternative for those who bring modern management ideas to the community. This will lead to the goal and strength of the community. It also has a strong impact on the country's development.

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