Developing Model of Risk Management Capabilities Toward Organizational Performance of Higher Education Institutions in Thailand

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กชพรรณ ลัภโนปกรณ์ Kotchaphan Lappanopakorn Lappanopakorn
วิโรจน์ เจษฎาลักษณ์ Viroj Jadesadalug
จันทนา แสนสุข


This research aims to 1) develop a model of risk management capabilities for organizational performance of higher education institutions in Thailand 2) estimate and test the model fit to data, and 3) determine to effect size of the model. The data were collected from 186 higher education institutions and analyzed by using SEM. It was found out that the model was fit to data.  The chi-square associated with the model is significant, p-value is equal to 0.17, a chi-square/df ratio is equal to 1.14, comparative fit index of CFI, GFI, and AGFI is more than 0.90 and RMSEA is equal to 0.02. There is a total effect of resource support, risk management capabilities, transformation leadership, and organizational learning experiences on high performance success, respectively. In addition, there is a direct effect of resource support, and risk management capabilities on high performance success. While there is also an indirect effect of resource support, transformation leadership, and organizational learning experiences on high performance success, respectively. Nevertheless, there is a direct effect and total effect of resource support, transformation leadership, and organizational learning experiences on risk management capabilities.

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Kotchaphan Lappanopakorn Lappanopakorn ก. ล., Viroj Jadesadalug ว. . เ., & แสนสุข จ. (2018). Developing Model of Risk Management Capabilities Toward Organizational Performance of Higher Education Institutions in Thailand. Dusit Thani College Journal, 11(3), 185–201. Retrieved from
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