Natcha Thawesaengskulthai
Natcha Thawesaengskulthai
Vice President for Strategic planning, Innovation and Global engagement Associate Professor
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Using TRIZ to enhance passengers' perceptions of an airline's image through service quality and safety
T Jeeradist, N Thawesaengskulthai, T Sangsuwan
Journal of Air Transport Management 53, 131-139, 2016
Hospital service quality measurement models: patients from Asia, Europe, Australia and America
N Thawesaengskulthai, P Wongrukmit, JJ Dahlgaard
Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 26 (9-10), 1029-1041, 2015
A decision aid for selecting improvement methodologies
N Thawesaengskulthai, JDT Tannock
International Journal of Production Research 46 (23), 6721-6737, 2008
An empirical framework for selecting quality management and improvement initiatives
N Thawesaengskulthai
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management 27 (2), 156-172, 2010
Pay‐off selection criteria for quality and improvement initiatives
N Thawesaengskulthai, JDT Tannock
International Journal of Quality & Reliability Management 25 (4), 366-382, 2008
Hospital service quality preferences among culture diversity
P Wongrukmit, N Thawesaengskulthai
Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 25 (7-8), 908-922, 2014
Risk management for new product development projects in food industry
D Porananond, N Thawesaengskulthai
Journal of Engineering, Project, and Production Management 4 (2), 99-113, 2014
Fashion setting in quality management and continuous improvement
N Thawesaengskulthai, J Tannock
International Studies of Management & Organization 38 (2), 5-24, 2008
The critical factors of research and innovation creation in public universities in Thailand
B Supapawawisit, A Chandrachai, N Thawesaengskulthai
International Journal of Trade and Global Markets 11 (1-2), 109-117, 2018
Selecting quality management and improvement initiatives: Case studies of industries in Thailand
N Thawesaengskulthai
University of Nottingham, 2007
Mobile claim management adoption in emerging insurance markets: an exploratory study in Thailand
C Gowanit, N Thawesaengskulthai, P Sophatsathit, T Chaiyawat
International Journal of Bank Marketing 34 (1), 110-130, 2016
Data-driven roadmapping (DDRM): Approach and case demonstration
U Pora, N Gerdsri, N Thawesaengskulthai, S Triukose
IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 69 (1), 209-227, 2020
R & D commercialization capability criteria: implications for project selection
C Karaveg, N Thawesaengskulthai, A Chandrachai
Journal of Management Development 35 (3), 304-325, 2016
A combined technique using SEM and TOPSIS for the commercialization capability of R & D project evaluation
C Karaveg, N Thawesaengskulthai, A Chandrachai
Decision Science Letters 4 (3), 379-396, 2015
Structural equation modeling of a potentially successful person in network marketing
R Hiranpong, P Decharin, N Thawesaengskulthai
Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences 37 (1), 22-29, 2016
Servitization decision-making framework for Thai manufacturing companies
J Lertsakthanakun, N Thawesaengskulthai, C Pongpanich
International Journal of Business and Management 7 (12), 147, 2012
Loss time reduction for improve Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
K Krachangchan, N Thawesaengskulthai
2018 5th international conference on industrial engineering and applications …, 2018
Development of quality management system under ISO 9001: 2015 and Joint Inspection Group (JIG) for aviation fuelling service
K Ruamchat, N Thawesaengskulthai, C Pongpanich
Management and Production Engineering Review, 2017
Determinant of Startups’ Fund-raising Value: Entrepreneur and Firm Characteristic
P Sathaworawong, N Thawesaengskulthai, K Saengchote
2018 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering …, 2018
Integration of SERVQUAL model with quality function deployment to enhance library’s service quality
N Vorasaiharit, N Thawesaengskulthai
International Conference on Engineering Technologies and Big Data Analytics …, 2016
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