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Innovative Entrepreneurship Characteristics that Affect the New Normal School Administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools Administrators

Tassada Songsiri, Anusorn Nampradit

Suvarnabhumi Institute of Technology




The objectives of this research are to 1) investigate innovative entrepreneurship characteristics of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators. 2) inspect of new normal school administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators. 3) investigate innovative entrepreneurship characteristics that affect the new normal school administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators and 4) suggest methods to improve those innovative entrepreneurship characteristics that affect the new normal school administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators. The tools that were involved for this research include content synthesis tables, questionnaires and interview form. Statistics used in data analysis were percentage values, average values, standard deviations, correlation coefficients (Pearson Correlation) and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The results of the research found that 1) innovative entrepreneurship characteristics of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators are found high overall. 2) the success the new normal school administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators is considered high overall. 3) innovative entrepreneurship characteristics are significantly found to affect the success of new normal school administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators R2 = .640 at 0.01 significance level. 4) Four factors that would affect the new normal school administration of Sarasas Affiliated Schools administrators are found which 5 approaches regarding risk-taking, 3 approaches to hunger for success, 4 approaches to self-confidence and 2 approaches to innovative thinking.


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