A Development of the Evaluation Model for Faculty Organizational Effectiveness in Public Universities
The purposes of this research were to: 1) studying current conditions, problems, and needs to develop, and studying appropriate elements and indicators of the evaluation for organization in public universities, 2) developing the evaluation model for faculty organizational effectiveness in public universities, and 3) evaluating the proposed evaluation model for faculty organizational effectiveness in public universities. The research was conducted through a process of research and development procedures consisting of 3 steps including: step 1. model’s investigation and analysis, from administration instructor officer and student total 729 persons from 36 faculty organization, step 2. model’s verification, from 7 experts about evaluation organization or quality assurance, and step 3. model’s implementation and evaluation, from assessor administrator instructor officer and stakeholders total 255 persons. Tools of research consisted of: questionnaires, Interview, and record observations. The statistics used in this study were percentage, mean and standard deviation. The results were as follow: 1) The results of the evaluation organization is currently and needs were found at a high level, the assessment problems summarizes 9 main points, and appropriate elements and indicators were found at a high level. 2) The results of the evaluation model for faculty organizational effectiveness found consisted of 8 sections: Principles of assessment present the objective assessment and evaluation model, Structure of assessment, Elements of assessment organizational effectiveness, Assessment methods consisted of evaluation process and audit process, Evaluation criteria and scoring system, Assessment tools and how to use them, The operating system to support the assessment and The use of the assessment results. 3) According to the evaluation of using the model, it was found that 3.1 Effectiveness of the organization Education Faculty, Mahasarakham University found at a highest level. 3.2 The results of the implementation were found at a moderate to high level. and 3.3 The evaluation results of appropriateness and the ability to use the evaluation were found at a highest level.
Key words: Evaluation model; Organizational effectiveness; Public university
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