The Causal Relationship of Organizational Effectiveness of Logistics Service Providers in Thailand in the Viewpoint of Management and Subordinates Levels


  • Kemmarin Chupradist
  • Chindalak Vadhanasindhu Public Administration, National Institute of Development Administration


Organizational Effectiveness, Transformational Leadership, Organizational Culture, Innovation Climate, Logistics Service Providers


            This research was a study of the causal relationship of organizational effectiveness of logistics service providers in Thailand. The purpose of the study was 1) to study the causal relationship of transformational leadership, organizational culture, innovation climate and organizational effectiveness of logistics service providers in Thailand 2) to analyze and check consistency of the causal relationship of transformational leadership, organizational culture, innovation climate and organizational effectiveness of logistics service providers in Thailand with empirical data.

            The samples were management and staff in logistics service providers in both public and private organizations. The public organization was Thailand Post Company Limited, and private organizations were leading international logistics service providers. The samples were 644. The variables used in this research were four latent variables; organizational effectiveness, transformational leadership, organizational culture and innovation climate. The data was collected by using questionnaire. Statistics which used for analyze data were percentage, mean, standard deviation, path analysis and check consistency of the model of causal relationship of organizational effectiveness of logistics service providers with empirical data.

            The result of analyzing data was found that the model of causal relationship of organizational effectiveness of logistics service providers was consistent with empirical data. Chi-square was 142.453, degree of freedom was 71, GFI was 0.970 and RMSEA was 0.044. Organizational effectiveness has the most direct effect from organizational culture, followed by transformational leadership and innovation climate. The effect size was 0.59, 0.48 and 0.19 respectively with significance level of 0.05. The variables in the model was able to explain variance of organizational effectiveness of logistics service providers by 89.30 percent.


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Chupradist, K., & Vadhanasindhu, C. (2021). The Causal Relationship of Organizational Effectiveness of Logistics Service Providers in Thailand in the Viewpoint of Management and Subordinates Levels. Journal of Business Administration The Association of Private Higher Education Institutions of Thailand, 10(1), 66–83. Retrieved from



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