The strong network management model of provincial organic agriculture groups in Chaiyaphum province

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Inthuraporn Intharaprajob
Wantanee Sanphakdee
Sanya Kenaphoom


           The purpose of this research were to : 1) Study potential and factors that affected to successful management a strong network of organic agriculture groups in Chaiyaphum Province 2) Create and certify a strong network management model of organic agriculture groups. Using qualitative research methods by synthesizing documents, observations, in-depth interviews and expert group discussions.Target groups used in the study of successful area potential, network management and factors that affect the success of network management include organic farmers, community leaders, organic farmers groups in Chaiyaphum Province, their strong management as follows: 1) Community Enterprise Group of marketing Promotion Center, Moo 2 Phon Thong Subdistrict, Mueang District, Chaiyaphum Province 2) Ban Don Kok, Moo 7, Khok Sa-at Subdistrict, Nong Bua Rawe District Chaiyaphum Province and 3) Ban Dua, Moo 9, Ban Yang Subdistrict, Kaset Sombun District Chaiyaphum Province. And the target group to create a network management model that strengthens of organic group Chaiyaphum Province were total of 9 expert people (Key Performance). The research instruments were 1) in-depth interview form Observation form and group discussion. Data analysis using content analysis and descriptive statistics.

             The research found that

  1. Organic Agriculture Groups Chaiyaphum Province have strong ability to be self-reliant The group is ready Have the potential to manage within the group Can be driven in the same direction Not inequality in the operation of the network Member participation Unity The group arises from understanding the problem and having a conscience in solving problems together. And the group saw the benefits of joining the network The network occurs on the basis of the voluntary membership. By taking into account the needs of the group that needs to be integrated into the network primarily There are periodic development and learning of network groups, both before proceeding. During operation And after carrying out activities or projects of the group Group leader The welfare of members and communities Finance and accounting Operation planning In promoting the learning process of the community Non-community factors affecting the management of a strong network of organic and support groups The network activities affect the management of a strong network of organic groups. Chaiyaphum Province Farmers are proud to be able to set their own prices. When there is a grouping and planning of production together Making it possible to increase productivity and promote occupation until having a good life, being happy, having better society Have a reserve fund of the group Have a bargaining power on increasing product pricing and planning together in the form of networks Which makes the group able to produce organic products that meet the market demand Able to behave according to the sufficiency economy guidelines Is a role model for the group in terms of not being busy with drugs and all forms of trafficking Simple life. Factors affecting the success of the strong network management of organic agriculture groups has 4 dimensions: 1) the dimension of the leader The strength of leaders is the top priority factor. That makes the organic network stronger 2) Quality team dimension Network quality operations Allocating adequate production resources to the needs of members and sharing systems and production systems based on economic turnover or fair trade for members. 3) Network dimension Network groups arise from the voluntary membership. Taking into account the needs of the group Network management, both formal and informal The network has equal and equal communication in the workplace. Have a coordination center Provide information that is current, fast and responsive to the interests of the group. 4) The dimensions of the network activities. Coordination to stimulate learning and create continuous learning processes for members Developing activities that are creative and linked to all network groups. There is a source of learning resources and links to learning resources that are the prototype of the network. Cooperation agreement with many networks and the management of activities, formal forms and informal forms appropriately

  2. A strong network management model of organic farming groups Chaiyaphum Province consists of 4 dimensions, namely

               2.1 The dimension of the leader consists of 1) vision 2) change courage 3) good coordination 4) human relations 5) intend to work with patience and ideology 6) continuous learning and development 7) Have morality, ethics 8) Be creative, 9) Be a good motivator 10) Must be a good publicist.

               2.2 The dimension of the quality team consists of 1) The team must be able to be self-reliant. 2) The team must have knowledge. 3) The team must have integrity, morality, and ethics. 4) The team must have harmony in the group. 5) The team must have continuous development. 6 ) The team must have a common ideology Adhering to the rules /rules 7) The team must have consistent activities. 8) The team must have the potential to access various sources.

              2.3 The network dimension consists of 1) must have the ideology of the network to common ideology. 2) Create a network of professional groups. 3) Exchange platform for the network. 4) Create a learning process. 5) Create a collaborative network. 6) Promote appropriately. 7) Have an agency. and 8) effective management.

              2.4 The activities of the network consists of 1) learning activities 2) best practice activities 3) information in the network should have activities to collect data 4) linking with other agencies 5) activities to meet and demand and 6) activities based on the type of network.

              2.5 Experts agree with the strong network management model of organic groups in Chaiyaphum Province, There are possibility, accurate, useful and suitable for every item.


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