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Title: The Effects of Government’s Award on Organizational Practice: The Concept of Thailand’s SMEs
The Effects of Government’s Award on Organizational Practice: The Concept of Thailand’s SMEs
Authors: 洪榮昭
Jon-Choa Hong
Kiat Chunhakitpaisan
Kiat Chunhakitpaisan
Keywords: SMEs behavior
Perceived award
Award incentive
Organization intention
SMEs behavior
Perceived award
Award incentive
Organization intention
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: While an organization needs change, a good manager is supposed to feel it. There is need to pay more attention to the factors and drivers which happen within or outside of the organization and make the need for change evident and necessary. We conducted this study to determine the perceived value of government‟s award on organization. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play a vital role in the country's economic development. In many countries, the government creates and designs the award for the SMEs who have good performance and also to assist the SMEs to challenges in the competitive global business environment. This research studies the SME‟s practices behavior. Value creation is become a part of organizations. Awards perceived value and incentive should be viewed as a part of improving process of an organization. These values are derived from a combination of awards competition‟s benefits during competition of government‟s award. Investigate the each value relationship by the ways organization response to award competition. The results indicate between before applying and after applying competition stage. We investigate the relationship of awards lead the organizational climates which return on firm competitive, whereas new awards are associated with growth.
While an organization needs change, a good manager is supposed to feel it. There is need to pay more attention to the factors and drivers which happen within or outside of the organization and make the need for change evident and necessary. We conducted this study to determine the perceived value of government‟s award on organization. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) play a vital role in the country's economic development. In many countries, the government creates and designs the award for the SMEs who have good performance and also to assist the SMEs to challenges in the competitive global business environment. This research studies the SME‟s practices behavior. Value creation is become a part of organizations. Awards perceived value and incentive should be viewed as a part of improving process of an organization. These values are derived from a combination of awards competition‟s benefits during competition of government‟s award. Investigate the each value relationship by the ways organization response to award competition. The results indicate between before applying and after applying competition stage. We investigate the relationship of awards lead the organizational climates which return on firm competitive, whereas new awards are associated with growth.
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