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<ul><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 1/9</p><p>[646]</p><p>4 () </p><p> 23 ..2557 </p><p>:</p><p>Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p>* . **Paksiri Ae-nihon and Dr.Chotima Kaewkong</p><p> 1) 2) 3) 277 (StratifiedRandom Sampling) .980 </p><p> .05</p><p> 1) ( X =3.979, S.D.= .546) </p><p>(X =3.779, S.D.= .511) 2) (t=4.222, p= .006) (F=6.587, p= .000) (t= -4.446, p= .000) .05 3) .05(r=.751, p=.000)</p><p>: </p><p>* () .; E-mail: paksiri.aenihon@gmail.com</p><p>** .; E-mail: chotimakk@yahoo.com</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 2/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[647]</p><p>Abstract</p><p>The purposes of this research were 1) to study staffs leadership level and learning organization</p><p>level of Nakhonthon Hospital, 2) to compare Nakhonthon Hospital learning organization level classified by</p><p>personal factors, 3) to study the relationship between staffs leadership and Nakhonthon Hospitals</p><p>learning organization. The stratified random sampling technique was used in this study. The samples</p><p>consisted of 277 staffmembers of Nakhonthon Hospital. The data were collected by a questionnaire with</p><p>Cronbachs alpha coefficient of .980. The statistics used to analyze the data were percentage, mean,</p><p>standard deviation, t-test, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Pearson product moment correlation</p><p>coefficient with the level of statistical significance at .05.</p><p>The results showed that1) both staffs leadership (X</p><p>=3.979, S.D.= .546) and learning organization(X =3.779, S.D.= .511) were at a high level, 2) staffs with different personal factors such as sex (t=.523, p=.601) ,age (t=4.222, p= .006) , monthly income (F=6.587, p= 000) and position (t= -4.446, p= 000) hadsignificantly different opinions on Nakhonthon Hospitals learning organization, 3) staffs leadership</p><p>significantly correlated with Nakhonthon Hospitals learning organization in positive direction (r=.751, p=.000).</p><p>Key word: Learning Organization</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 3/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[648]</p><p>(Learning Organization) </p><p>1.</p><p>2.</p><p>3. </p><p>1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 1. </p><p>2. 3. 4. 5. </p><p>9. </p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 4/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[649]</p><p> 899 ( ..2556)</p><p> Taro Yamane (1973) (e) 5% 95% 277 (Simple Random Sampling)</p><p> 1 (Secondary data) </p><p> 2 (Primary data) </p><p> .. 2557 .. 2557</p><p> (Frequency) (Percentage) (Mean)(Standard Deviation) t-test ( Pearson Product Moment CorrelationCoefficient) (One way Analysis of Variance) F-test 0.05</p><p> 224</p><p> 80.87 53 19.13 28 78 28.16 170 61.37 145 52.35 20,001 113 40.79 249 89.89 3 84 30.32 205 74.01</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 5/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[650]</p><p>1 </p><p>(n=277)</p><p>X S.D. </p><p>4.157 .608 </p><p> 3.812 .655 </p><p> 3.916 .651 </p><p> 3.979 .546 </p><p>1 </p><p> (X =4.157,S.D.= .608) </p><p> (X =3.916, S.D.= .651) </p><p>(X =3.812, S.D.= .655)</p><p>2 </p><p>(n=277)</p><p>X S.D. 1. 3.748 .588 2. 3.815 .531 </p><p>3. 3.874 .559 </p><p>4. 3.714 .574 </p><p>5. 3.798 .661 </p><p> 3.779 .511 </p><p> 2 </p><p> (X =3.779,S.D.= .511) </p><p> (X =3.874,S.D.= .559) (X =3.815, S.D.= .531) </p><p> (X =3.714, S.D.= .574) </p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 6/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[651]</p><p> 3 </p><p>(n=277)</p><p> df SS MS F P-value</p><p> 3 3.195 1.065 4.222 .006*</p><p> 273 68.854 .252</p><p> 276 72.048</p><p> 2 .015 .007 .028 .972</p><p> 274 72.033 .263</p><p> 276 72.048</p><p> 2 1.453 .727 2.820 .061</p><p> 274 70.595 .258</p><p> 276 72.048</p><p> 3 4.863 1.621 6.587 .000*</p><p> 273 67.185 .246</p><p>276 72.048</p><p> 3 1.376 .459 1.771 .153</p><p> 273 70.673 .259</p><p>276 72.048</p><p> 3 2.236 .745 2.914 .051</p><p> 273 69.812 .256</p><p> 276 72.048</p><p>* .05</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 7/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[652]</p><p> 4 </p><p>(n=277)</p><p>X S.D. t P-value</p><p> 53 3.812 .551 .523 .601</p><p> 224 3.771 .502</p><p>/ / /</p><p>28 3.385 .396 -4.446 .000*</p><p> 249 3.823 .504</p><p>* .05 3 (t=4.222, p= .006) (F=6.587,p= .000) .05 </p><p> 4 (t= -4.446, p= .000) .05 </p><p>5</p><p>(n=277)</p><p>r P-value </p><p> .702* .000 .736* .000 </p><p> .620* .000 .659* .000 </p><p> .628* .000 .751* .000 </p><p>* .05 5 </p><p> .05(P=.000) (r=.751)</p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 8/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[653]</p><p> 1) 2) .05 3) .05</p><p>1) </p><p> (2542) </p><p> (2542) </p><p>2) </p><p> 10,001 15,000 15,001 20,000 </p></li><li><p>8/10/2019 Learning Organization: A Case Study of Nakhonthon Hospital.</p><p> 9/9</p><p>423 ..2557 </p><p>[654]</p><p>3) </p><p>(2549) </p><p>. 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