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Atsawaluk Ratchapolsit
Wanchai Dhammasaccakarn
Somsak Lila
Angkana Dhammasajjakan
Somruedee Sanguankaew
Jirachaya Jeawkok


This research aimed to study factors supporting management, management processes and the results of learning network management for the development of transformative leaders of the savings group for production in Songkhla Province. The researchers employed a qualitative approach, case-study type, collecting data from related documents, in-depth interviewed from 12 key informants and participatory observation techniques.

The result revealed that: 1) Factors supporting the management of learning networks for the development of transformative leaders of the savings groups consist of (1) personal factors such as having potential and sacrifice, volunteer to represent the community in driving network activities, (2) budget factors, (3) location and space factors, and (4) activities factors. 2) The learning network management processes for transformative leadership development of the production savings groups  consist of 5 main processes: (1) network structure, (2) job and role of staffs in network, (3) communication system, (4) organization of shared learning system, and (5) information system. And  3) the outcome of the learning network management processes for the development of transformative leaders of the production savings group can be classified in 3 levels: (1) the individual level : adjust the balance of thinking toward positive behavior change, (2) the family level : reduce expenses, increase income and have savings, living in sufficient life, and (3) The community level: influent to economic community changes, management of working capital of local communities that can create a society of sharing and lead to environmental management with a career in organic agriculture and applying the knowledge gained from joining the network being to balanced development.

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