A Study of risk management of teaching staff construction project in Yunnan Technology and Business University

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Title: A Study of risk management of teaching staff construction project in Yunnan Technology and Business University

Author: Zhu Xingrong

Advisor: Dr. Zhang Li

Degree: Master of Business Administration

Major: Education Management

Faculty: บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย (Graduate School)

Academic year: 2566 (2023)

Published: MCU Ubonratchathani Journal of Buddhist Studies (JOBU), Vol.5 No.2 May-August 2023  (pp.299-308)| วารสารพุทธศาสตร์ มจร.อุบลราชธานี ปีที่ 5 ฉบับที่ 2 พฤษภาคม-สิงหาคม 2566 (หน้า 299-308)  JOBU   PDF


Abstract

With the popularization of higher education in China, the number of colleges and universities has increased dramatically, and the competition between colleges and universities has become increasingly fierce. Strengthening internal construction has become one of the effective means for private colleges and universities to cope with the competition, and teacher development is the foundation of the sustainable development of private colleges and universities. However, in recent years, private colleges and universities mainly focus on strengthening teaching and teachers’ scientific management, neglecting the awareness and ability of risk management of the teachers’ team, which leads to the difficulty of talent introduction and affects the healthy development of private colleges and universities.

This study took the faculty team of Yunnan Technology and Business University as the study subject, aiming: 1) To examine the effect of performance pay on resignation intention; 2) To examine the effect of faculty promotion on resignation intention; 3) To examine the effect of faculty recruitment on resignation intention.

To address the current challenges faced by private universities, especially the stability of the faculty, this paper adopted the quantitative research methodology to explore the impact of faculty resignation intention in private universities based on the risk management theory. A questionnaire survey of teacher personnel was conducted. A total of 300 questionnaires were distributed and recovered, and the risk management theory was applied to propose corresponding strategies. The findings of this study are as follows: 1) Resignation intention is negatively correlated with performance pay, indicating that the higher the performance pay, the lower the teachers’ resignation intention; 2) Resignation intention is negatively correlated with teachers’ promotion, indicating that teachers are more willing to stay in their positions after promotion; 3) Resignation intention is positively correlated with teachers’ recruitment, indicating that difficulties in recruiting teachers may lead to an increase in teachers’ resignation intention.

This study provides a valuable reference for the risk status of teachers’ resignation in private colleges and universities, and provides a reference for improving management strategies in private colleges and universities.

Keywords: risk management theory, resignation intention, performance pay, faculty recruitment


A Study of risk management of teaching staff construction project in Yunnan Technology and Business University

6317195843 Zhu Xingrong 2566 (2023) A Study of risk management of teaching staff construction project in Yunnan Technology and Business University สารนิพนธ์ (Independent Study), Advisor: Dr. Zhang Li, ปริญญาโท (Master’s Degree), บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย (Graduate School), Master of Business Administration, Education Management, Bangkok: Siam University

Academic Year 2023, Graduate School 2023, IMBA, IMBA 2023, Independent Study, Independent Study 2023, Master of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration (International Program) 2023, Master of Business Administration 2023, ปริญญาโท (Master’s Degree), บัณฑิตวิทยาลัย (Graduate School), Master of Business Administration,Education Management

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