Parisa Rungruang, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Research Area: Management
Specializations: General Business Management, Organizational Behavior, Business Research

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Dr. Parisa Rungruang received her doctorate in Human Resource Management from Monash University, Australia. Her PhD dissertation was on the antecedents of organisational commitment of academics in Thailand.

Dr. Rungruang holds Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Birmingham, U.K. and Bachelor’s Degree in Management Information System from Thammasat University with first class honours. Her research interests include employee commitment, organisational justice, perceived organisational support, role stressors, psychological contract, and organisational citizenship behaviour.

Prior to joining CMMU, Dr. Rungruang taught at Suan Dusit Rajabhat University where she was also a committee member of the Master’s Degree program. She worked for four years at Assumption University (ABAC) as a full-time faculty and a subject coordinator.

Scholarships and Awards
  1. “2014 Highly Commended Award Winner” by Emerald Literati Network, published in Asia Pacific Journal of Business Administration
  2. “Best Teaching Award” by College of Management, Mahidol University in 2014
  3. “Best Professor in Human Resources” by the World Education Congress, CMO Asia and Stars of the Industry Group at the 3rd Asia’s Best Business School Awards 2012.
    1. an, L.P., Yap, C.S., Choong, Y.O., Choe, K.L., Rungruang, P. and Li, Z. (2019). Ethical leadership, perceived organizational support and citizenship behaviors: The moderating role of ethnic dissimilarity. Leadership & Organization Development Journal, 40(8), 877-897.
    2. Kainzbauer, A. & Rungruang, P. (2019). Science Mapping the Knowledge Base on Sustainable Human Resource Management, 1982–2019. Sustainability, 11, 3938.
    3. Kunte, M. & Rungruang, P. (2019). Longitudinal study of antecedents of work engagement in Thailand. Evidence-based HRM: A global forum for empirical scholarship, 7(2), 143-160.
    4. Kunte, M. & Rungruang, P. (2019). Test of the job demand resources model in Thailand. International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, 22(1), 2-21.
    5. Kunte, M. & Rungruang, P. (2018). Timeline of engagement research and future research directions. Management Research Review, 41(4), 433-452.
    6. Rungruang, P. & Ractham V. (2016). Siam Cement Group as a sustainable enterprise. In G.C. Avery, & H. Bergsteiner (Eds.). Sufficiency thinking: Thailand’s gift to an unsustainable world (pp. 198-215). Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
    7. Wangchuk, T. & Rungruang, P. (2015). Determinants of turnover intentions of employees in the Anti-Corruption Commission of Bhutan. Organisational Studies and Innovation Review, 1(1), 10-23.
    8. Rungruang, P. (2014). The relationship between supportiveness and affective commitment: A study of academics in Thailand. Journal of Management and World Business Research. 11(1), 45-59.
    9. Kantabutra, S. & Rungruang, P. (2013). Perceived vision-based leadership effects on staff satisfaction and commitment at a Thai energy provider. Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, 5(2), 157-178.
    10. Saratun, M. & Rungruang, P. (2013). Identifying contextual factors of employee satisfaction of performance management at a Thai state enterprise. South East Asian Journal of Management, 7(2), 1-22.
    11. Rungruang, P. (2012). Antecedents of organizational commitment of academics in Thailand: Qualitative analysis. Research Journal of Business Management, 6(2), 40-51.
    12. Isarangkun Na Ayuthaya, C., Piboolsravut, P., Kantabutra, S., Saratun, M., & Rungruang, P. (2012). Managing people for sustainability: Experiences from Thailand. Crown Property Bureau.
    13. Rungruang, P. & Tangchitnob, J.N. (2010). What matter affective organisational commitment: A case study of Thai state-owned enterprise employees. International Employment Relations Review, 16(1), 53-68.
    14. Rungruang, P. & Lertwannawit, A. (2010). A guideline for creating and managing destination identity for tourism promotion of Similan islands national park, Kuraburi district, Phang Nga province. International Thai Tourism Journal, 1, 1-7.
    15. Rungruang, P. (2007). The three-component model of organisational commitment in Thailand. TMC Academic Journal, 2(2), 55-70.
    16. Rungruang, P. & Dohonue, R. (2007). Transferability of skills and education and Thai academics’ organisational commitment. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 27, 171-187.

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