DEVELOPMENT OF BUDDHIST KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR THE ADMINISTRATION IN THE UPPER NORTHERN REGION OF MAHACHULALONGKORNRAJAVIDYALAYA UNIVERSITY.

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นพดณ ปัญญาวีรทั

Abstract

Objectives of this research were to: 1. study the general coctext
of knowledge management of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya university; 2. analyze the
knowledge management process of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University and
3. to propose a model of development of Buddhist knowledge management for the
administration in the upper northern campus of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya
University.


Research findings were as follows:
1. General context of knowledge management development of the upper
northern campuses of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University using swot analysis and
deming quality circle: PDCA were that factors supporting the sufficiency and success of
the knowledge management development was the participative administration and as
for the approaches to the knowledge management development for learning, the
university used 7 processes of the knowledge management as: 1) knowledge
identification, 2) knowledge creation and finding, 3) knowledge systemization,
4) knowledge typologies and synthesizing, 5) knowledge assessment, 6) knowledge
sharing and exchange and 7) learning. as for Buddhadhamma application for knowledge
management development, the university applied many Buddhadhamma principles to
solve problems and to support the methods of knowledge management development
of the university.
2. Opinions towards the knowledge management development of the
university by overall were at mean value of 3.61, that was at high level. The opinions
towards the organization administration for learning networks were at 3.58 also at high
level. as for the relationship between factors and organization administration for learning
organization development were that 4 factors had high relationship consecutively;
knowledge learning, knowledge access, knowledge creation and findings and knowledge
sharing and exchange.
3. A model of buddhist knowledge management of the upper northern
campuses of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University were that the process of
knowledge management should be emphasized in 4 outstanding areas:


1) knowledge creation and findings with Paratokosa and 4 Vuddhidhamma,
2) knowledge access with Chakka 4, 3) knowledge sharing and exchange with
kalayanamit7 and 4) knowledge learning process with tisikkha. these 4 factors were
the important parts of knowledge management development of the upper
northern campuses of Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University.

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