Perceived Organizational Crisis Preparedness of Corporations in Stock Exchange of Thailand 100 (SET 100 Index)

Chaiyaset Promsri

Abstract


This study examines perceived organizational crisis preparedness of corporations listed in Stock Exchange of Thailand 100 index, and compares the differences on organizational characteristics among these companies. Samples of 300 employees in six companies in different industries listed in SET 100 were purposively selected to participate in this study by using non-probability sampling approach. Thirty items of self-administrated questionnaires were equally distributed to these six companies. The total of three-hundred questionnaires was returned with completion. The descriptive statistics were used to analyze the level of perceived organizational crisis preparedness, and to compare mean differences of independent variables on perceived organizational crisis preparedness. The results showed that the total mean score of perceived organizational crisis preparedness of respondents was “high.” The limitations and further recommendations were also discussed.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3p583


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