The Causal Factors that Affect the Risk Management Capabilities of Higher Education Institutions in Thailand

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กชพรรณ ลัภโนปกรณ์ Kotchaphan Lappanopakorn
วิโรจน์ เจษฎาลักษณ์ Viroj Jadesadalug
จันทนา แสนสุข


The environment of the organizations increase the pace of changing under the globalization, including fierce competitions. The uncertainty of the environment, social, economy, the risk, and the effect on the organizations are high, therefore, risk management must be adopted efficiently. Risk management is considered as one of the important tools in organizational management. This article proposed a conceptual framework of causal relationship between  transformational leadership, organizational learning experiences, organizational resource supports, and successful risk management capabilities. The framework could be employed with the risk management in the organizations and the empirical studies in the future.

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Kotchaphan Lappanopakorn ก. ล., Viroj Jadesadalug ว. เ., & แสนสุข จ. (2018). The Causal Factors that Affect the Risk Management Capabilities of Higher Education Institutions in Thailand. Dusit Thani College Journal, 11(2), 393–408. Retrieved from
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