Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


Factors Influencing Integrated Agriculture Management to Drive the Implementation of Sufficiency Economy Philosophy

Author(s): Pojana Simantara, Pattanun Hansapiromchoke, Rapee Dokmaithes, Rungtip Thaisom

The objective of this research is to analyze success and obstacle factors that affect to community management which implementation of Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in integrated agriculture sector. Data collected from document review, sampling groups of questionnaires were 401. Study found that obstacle of community management were economics problems of farmers, lack of knowledge both Sufficiency Economy Philosophy and integrated agriculture, lack of information for decision making by farmers, respectively. Success factors that affect to community management were capability of community, knowledge of Sufficiency Economy Philosophy and integrated agriculture and management system, respectively. Driving process was self-capability study of community, Sufficiency Economy Philosophy understanding creation, integrated agriculture development. Outcome is successful that indicated of self-reliance of people by sustainably, have good quality of life and become role model of sharing and transferring. Role of sectors for integrated model are following community need self-analysis, goal setting and ready for development continuously.

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