ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร.พลเทพ พูนพล
Asst. Prof. Polthep Poonpol, Ph.D.

ACADEMIC TITLE    Assistant Professor in Management

EDUCATION

2007 - 2011   Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration
  -  Specialization in Management
  -  Research Areas: Organizational Behavior, Cross-Cultural Management, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management
  -   Assumption University, Thailand
2007 Master of Commerce and Economics
  -   Specialization in Organization and Management
   -   The Australian School of Business (ASB)
  -   The University of New South Wales, Australia
2002- 2006    Bachelor of Business Administration
  -   Specialization in Management
  Assumption University, Thailand

WORK EXPERIENCE

2011-2017   Full-Time Faculty Member
  -    Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics (MSME)
  Assumption University

POSITIONS

2014 – 2017     Director of Performance Excellence Center
Responsibility:   -    Shape future directions for performance management of MSME
  -    Initiate and improve work systems and mechanisms for senior leaders to  govern, lead and manage to sustain superior performance of MSME
  -    Use standard criteria of Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award (MBNQA) as a performance improvement tool
2014 Deputy Chairperson of Management Department
Responsibility: -    Assist the Chariperson/Dean of MSME to manage work system and faculty members in Management Department
  -   Improve work systems and processes within departments and units
2013-2014 Director of Quality Management Center
Responsibility:    -   Manage a comprehensive performance management system
  -   Assure and assess quality and performance of academic departments,     programs and units  

Teaching Experiences

Ph.D. Program Ph.D. in Business Administration (Program Faculty Member),
Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, Assumption University, Thailand
  MGT 8302 Seminar in Strategic Management (2015 - 2016)
  Research Workshop for Proposal Development Program (2016)
  MGT 8203 Seminar in Organization Issues (2014 - 2015)
  Ph.D. in Business Administration,ABAC Offshore Myanmar Campus, Yangon, Myanmar
  ECO 8205 Multivariate Data Analysis (2016)
M.B.A. Program M.B.A (International Program, Fast Track), Stamford International University
  NB 538: Cross-Cultural Management (2013)
B.B.A. Program B.B.A, Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics,
Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, Assumption University, Thailand
  MGT 3907: Business Communication (2011-2014)
  MGT 3924: Human Resource Development (2012-2014)
  MGT 1101: Introduction to Business (2014-2015)
  MGT 4914: Entrepreneurship (2014-2015)
  MGT 3917: Innovation and Change Management (2014-2015)
  MGT 3901: Organization Theory (2015- 2016)

PUBLICATIONS

Poonpol, P. (2017). The influence of personal, social and cultural factors on cross-cultural adjustment   with the mediator of online             social capital among international students in Thailand. Journal of Behavioral Science, 23(1), 121-137.
Poonpol, P. (2017). The effects of discrepancy in national cultures among Thai and foreign workers: The roles of motivation on             performance in Bangkok. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 6(3).
Poonpol, P. (2015). Cultural Intelligence as a Personal Influential Factor on Cross-Cultural Adjustment and
            Job Performance among Expatriates in Thailand. Research Methodology and   Cognitive Science, 12(2), 109-121.
Poonpol, P. (2011). Determinants of Cross-Cultural Adjustment: The Case of Japanese of Expatriates
            in Thailand. Au Journal of Management, 9(2), 22-36.
Poonpol, P. (2010). Determinants of Expatriate Cross-Cultural Adjustment and Its Effects on
            Performance. Au Journal of Management, 8(2), 52-64.
Poonpol, P., & Thoumrungroje, A. “Cultural Distance, Expatriate Performance and Subsidiary
            Performance: The Moderating Role of Organizational Culture Congruence and Cross-Cultural
            Training.” Proceedings of Academy of International Business (AIB) Southeast Asia Regional
            Conference. Hong Kong. December 2009.