THE GUIDELINE OF GOOD MANAGEMENT IN BUDDHISM
This research aims to present the guideline of good management in Buddhism. The researchers used the study method as qualitative research by collecting data from documents. Analyzing the data with descriptive results, it was found that: Buddhism is the one significant institute in Thailand which has been playing a role as a creating a development and stability for Thai society that for a long time. For making a temple be the center of the population as same as it was in the past, the improvement of every aspect of the temples is needed. This will be beneficial to the temple directly. The studies of responsibilities, faith, credibility, participation, and value will be helpful for improving and developing the good management in Buddhism. This can cause to the change of efficiency development and be accepted by the public and society sustainably. Faith, behavior, abbots. Monk's behavior and belief in sacred objects There is a significant sense of faith, which can be seen from the behavior of the abbot and the belief in sacred objects, all 3 aspects are at the highest level. Be consistent with qualitative findings From interviews with abbot-level bishops. Deputy abbots and relevant monastic officials It was found that the abbot's behavior It is the duty of the monks to conduct the Buddhist faith, meaning the good expression of the abbot. Monks follow the principles taught in Buddhism continuously and properly deal with the beliefs in Buddhist sacred objects. Credibility, acceptance, truthfulness, and asset care are significantly related to credibility, as evidenced by the truthfulness of asset care and acceptance in all 3 areas at the highest level. Be consistent with qualitative findings From interviews with abbot-level bishops. Deputy abbots and relevant monastic officials It has been found that acceptance, truthfulness, and asset care are important elements of reliability. Strictly behave in accordance with the religious principles of the monks, both physically, verbally and mentally, properly, directly, directly in front of and behind the back, by practicing consistently and continuously until they are accepted, trusted and trusted to take care of the temple property for Buddhist use. The guild line of developing of good management in Buddhism consisted of faith, value, credibility, the good management, participation and responsibilities.