Creative Leadership Model of Construction Industry Project Management: Affiants Team Group

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Abstract

The The objectives of the research are as follows : (1) to study the working factors of creative leadership (2) to study the characteristics of development of leadership creative (3) study the characteristics creative leadership and (4) find the creative leadership model of construction industry executives.


The research found that:


1. Factors at work of creative leadership of construction industry executives in experience, nature of the work, commitment to work, career path prospect, and atmosphere in independent work show high score or all factors.


2. Characteristics of development of creative leadership, construction industry, in development of creative thinking skills, communication skills development, development of relationship skills to the team, the development of technical skills for specific professional showed high score for all factors.


3. The characteristics of creative leadership of construction industry executives, in imagination, creative problem solving, flexibility and vision showed high score for all factors.


4. The creative leadership model of construction industry executives. The research results from both quantitative and qualitative analysis comprised 3 forms as follows; Model Form Factor at Work There is 5 sides The Experience, The nature of the work, The commitment to work, The career prospect, The atmosphere in the work independent. Model characteristics development of leadership creative There is 4 sides The development of creative thinking skills, The Communication Skills Development, The development of relationship skills to the team, The development of technical skills, professional way. The characteristics creative leadership of construction industry executives There is 4 sides The imagination, The problem solved creatively, The flexibility, The vision Which is appropriate possibility accuracy and Utilization Consistent with theory Principles and concepts at Research Framework.

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