A research report, entitled Sustainable Leadership: Honeybee Practices at Thailand’s Oldest University, by Associate Professor Dr. Sooksan Kantabutra and Dr. Molraudee Saratun has been accepted for publication by International Journal of Educational Management, indexed by Scopus. According to review comments, this report features a groundbreaking study in the educational management field as it contains the first examination of sustainable leadership in the higher education sector by showing that even a public service organization can adopt the long-term, socially responsible principles of sustainable leadership.
Since sustainable leadership principles link to enhanced brand and reputation, customer and staff satisfaction, and financial performance, the Sustainable Leadership Grid provides educational leaders in Thailand and possibly other Asian countries with a useful checklist for this purpose. Thai university administrators can use the Honeybee leadership framework to examine their own university leadership practices to determine where to adjust to ensure a long-term sustainable success.
This report confirms CMMU as a leading business school in Asia.