Characteristics of Innovative Learning Organization Model of Schools under Primary Educational Service Area Office

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Pharadorn Dulnakit Sirinthorn Sinjindawong Charee Maneesri

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The objectives of this study were: 1) to study the factors influencing the learning innovation organization of Schools under the Primary Educational Service Area Office, and 2) to develop characteristics of learning innovation organization model of schools in the Primary Educational Service Area Office. This research is a quantitative research. A questionnaire was utilized as the tool in this research. Data were gathered from sample for this study, i.e. 500 teachers in Khon Kaen Primary Schools under Primary Educational Service Area Office. Statistics were used in this research are as follows: mean and standard deviation, and Structural equation Model. The results of this research found that: 1) the sample agree with all factors of innovation organization at a high level, by knowledge management ( =4.24), follow structural organization and learning organization (  = 4.21)  respectively, and 2) develop the characteristics of learning innovation organization model is consistent with empirical data. With the harmonic index of the model is as follows: χ2 = 116.92, df = 109, p = 0.28477, χ2 / df = 1.0727, GFI = 0.98, AGFI = 0.96, RMR = 0.017, RMSEA = 0.012 and CN = 618.00, and found that knowledge management has a direct influence on positive learning organization with statistical significance at .01 level, and indirectly influences the organization of positive learning through the learning organization with statistical significant at a level of .01. The organizational structure has direct influence on Positive innovation learning organization with a significant level of .01, and indirectly influencing the positive learning organization through learning organization with statistical significant at a level of .01. Learning organizations have a direct influence on positive learning organizations with statistical significant at a level of .01.

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