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I am a Thai government official in the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand and now studying MBA program at Temple University. I want to achieve my goal of becoming an effective middle-level executive in the Ministry of Commerce. I want to lead a team of young public workers to work out the balancing act, weighing difficult options, examining conflicting interests and recommending innovative pathways toward sustainable solutions, a mission fit for the MOC as an important public institution charged with enhancing Thailand’s competitiveness. I believe in the public institution and its promise as one of key vehicles for society to achieve the right balance and address the inequality, but I also need to cultivate a broaden set of ‘lens’, which combine diverse disciplined and perspectives including those offered by the disciplines of the business education, in order to become a truly effective knowledge worker with a creative thinking skill.
During years experiences working as an economic policy analyst, I came across a number of challenging issues and became aware of how complex and inter-connected the environment each country and its citizens are thrown into. What is to be done about the policy of guaranteeing the price of the rice to protect the farmers at the expenses of consumers? While classic problem such as poverty still poses as difficult and fundamental challenges as ever, I found that the problems and their impact on the global players are more and more pattern-less and dynamic. With Thailand’s current infrastructure and high cost of transportation, over 10% of GDP, what is to be done with our national competitiveness? What solutions can be found other countries’ experience in terms of global supply chain management?
These are the questions I would like to devote my energy and passion to, and I believe a learning experience at Fox School of Business will enable me to do just that. I hope to bring my unique perspective to the class while reaping from the rich pool of student diversity to broaden my perspectives and develop the necessary analytical skills.