THE MODEL OF GOOD GOVERNANCE FOR DEVELOPING ARMED FORCES SECURITY CENTER, ROYAL THAI ARMED FORCES OFFICERS

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ชนานนท์ รอดโพธิ์ทอง ชมสุภัค ครุฑกะ

Abstract

     The present study was conducted with the following objectives: (1) to study the conditions concerning the implementation of good governance principles in the Armed Forces Security
Center, Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters; (2) to create a model for the implementation of good governance principles in developing the civil servants of the Armed Forces Security Center, Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters; and (3) to evaluate the model for the implementation of good governance principles in developing the civil servants of the Armed Forces Security Center, Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters.


     The results of this research showed that (1) the overall condition concerning the implementation of good governance principles in the Armed Forces Security Center, Royal Thai
Armed Forces Headquarters was rated at the high level; (2) the created model for the implementation of good governance principles in developing the civil servants of the Armed Forces
Security Center, Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters was composed of 3 components, namely, Component 1: The Objectives; Component 2: The Structure and Contents; and Component 3: The Development Process, which consisted of 1) the principle or method, 2) the objectives, 3) the contents, 4) the methods or activities, 5) tools/equipment employed for the development, and 6) the measurement and evaluation; the experts’ opinions were in agreement that every component of the model was appropriate at the high to highest levels; and (3) evaluation results of the created model for the implementation of good governance principles in developing the civil servants of the Armed Forces Security Center, Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters showed that the model was appropriate and feasible at the highest level.

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รอดโพธิ์ทองช., & ครุฑกะช. (2019). THE MODEL OF GOOD GOVERNANCE FOR DEVELOPING ARMED FORCES SECURITY CENTER, ROYAL THAI ARMED FORCES OFFICERS. Panyapiwat Journal, 11(2), 206-218. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/pimjournal/article/view/207534
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