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The purpose of this research was to study the variable factors in relation to management policies, leadership, culture, organisation atmosphere, operations management the factors influencing the sustainability of listed companies in the Stock Exchange of Thailand, using mixed methods research, starting from quantitative research that is then confirmed through qualitative research. Population consisted of shareholders, experts, management and employees using questionnaire as tool, the analysis was done by descriptive statistics and structural equation modelling, in depth interview and content analysis, the research results revealed that management policy comments and organisation sustainability are at a moderate level. Comments on organisation leadership, organisation culture, organisation atmosphere and management are at a high level.
The analysis of structural equation modelling for modified relationships found harmony in empirical data, from the harmony index. The results from the tests of 12 hypotheses mostly match what had been set, except for the eighth hypothesis, which was that organisation culture doesn’t have a direct positive influence on management. Interviews with experts confirmed that organisation culture and leadership plays an important role in the success or failure of the organisation. The management policy is the factor that makes business perform well in accordance with plans, and leads to success. Developing a working atmosphere makes each person aware and have a better attitude towards the organisation, resulting in work satisfaction commitment and building the sustainability of the organisation. The organisation’s management should maximise social benefits, and manage development approaches transparently, taking into account the community and society, by creating innovative products that are environmentally friendly. All of these factors will result in the better performance and sustainability of the companies listed in the Stock Exchange of Thailand.
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