- Written by Suphicha
This Co-Operative Education Seminar and meeting is a 1-day collaboration program. It was located at Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University.
In the morning session, all the participants received the training documents which include cooperative education handbook created by Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University, the standard and quality assurance of the cooperative education, the corporate’s manual in tax claiming, and the speakers’ presentation slides.
The first part of the seminar was about the benefits that the corporate companies receive from joining Cooperative Education Program. The guest speakers are the representatives from Central Group and Belton industrial (Thailand) ltd.
They extended the benefits of the cost-saving and personnel quality improvement from Cooperative Education. Obviously the 16-weeks of Cooperative Education can train and shape the students to be excellent future employee.
Both guest speakers also mentioned Cooperate Education as the corporate’s chance of giving back to the society.
The latter part of seminar was about Thai labor law. Ajarn Paiboon clarified about the Cooperative Education standard and how to apply to Thai labor law.
During the presentation, there were small case-studies about outsourcing and Thai labor management.
In the afternoon, the representatives of the universities in North-Central Thailand gathered for meeting. Asst.Prof. Dr. Sommai Pivsa-Art is the chairperson. There are 44 universities in North-Central Thailand as the members. More than 30 members participated in this meeting on that day.
From these 44 universities, there were 4 small groups. Each group sent the representatives to present and update the Cooperative Education news from each university. It was a good chance of knowledge and opinion sharing between universities. The group leaders also had gathered and updated the Cooperative Education information from each university such as the number of programs, students, advisors.
For the closing remark, the chairperson thanked all the members for joining the meeting. He also promoted the members to join more Cooperative Education activities and meetings. The upcoming one will be the seminar about Work-integrated Learning (WiL) at Vongchavalitkul University, Nakhonratchasima.
LOGISTICS APPRAISAL: A COMPARISON OF BRAND, CUSTOMER SATISFACTION FOR LOYALTY BETWEEN EMS AND DHL TOWARDS MYANMAR MARKET
When the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) evolves from the ASEAN community, it is expected to become a single market and thus will be more demanding of trade flow within the region, in 2015. At that time logistics businesses will gain prominence and become necessary for competition in the market. During the period of 2012 to present, Myanmar economic policies have begun, and continue to change and develop towards the open market; the foreign investors are welcomed and the foreign investment looks to increase. Thus, Myanmar is the most potential market in AEC community. This paper compares government and private logistics businesses in Myanmar which is denoted as military regime country; contrasting brand, service quality, price, customer satisfaction and loyalty towards Myanmar Express Mail Service (EMS) and DHL companies within the proposed framework. Self-administrated questionnaire research was conducted in person or through online processes and the gathered data were analyzed using the SPSS program. This paper’s finding provides an empirical assessment to the owners and managers who are interested in logistics and transportation businesses in Myanmar and who seek to enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Key words: Brand, Customer Satisfaction, Logistics, Loyalty, Myanmar, Service Quality
Paper type: Research paper
Being a lecturer, one of our responsibilities is to encourage students to get involved in class. In MGT 3907 Business Communication Subject, Oral presentation chapter. TOASTMASTER ACTIVITY was introduced. The objectives of this activity are; to enhance learning atmosphere in the classroom, to motivate students to participate more in class, to boost self-‐confidence and improve their public speaking skills and to build a camaraderie in the team. This activity must have seven
2. Table Topic Master
3. Quotation Master
4. Jokes Master
6. AH counter
Given the seven roles, students must be able to brainstorm and assigned members of the group to any role. The Emcee should act like a real master of ceremony. The duty of the Table Topic Master is to deliver a speech spontaneously within 5 minutes could be of any topic. Quotation Master should be able to give a quotation in the class that is somehow interesting. Jokes Master should give a joke that is worth laughing for or else, its not gonna be a joke. The Grammarian should count any grammatical errors that the Table Topic Master encountered. AH counter will count how many expressions used unconsciously by the Table Topic Master. The duty of the Evaluator is to give a comment to all the speakers, could be gestures, eye contact, facial expressions, assertiveness and etc.