What makes the Thai Working Culture Unique
The top 5 motivations of the Thai workforce
Thai people prefer to see or experience something for themselves to be convinced, are pragmatic with a focus on the here and now, and like a clear rationale behind each decision or project. They value having the right information and are highly focused on their performance.
The lowest 5 motivations of the Thai workforce
Thai people are concerned about the explicit or unwritten rules and expectations of others and prefer a Group Environment in the workplace. They have a low focus on Sameness; keeping things routine or the same. Thai people are not convinced by conversations alone, preferring evidence or data that makes sense to them, and prefer to focus on goals over problems.
Entrepreneurship and innovation
According to our F4S Research White Paper (2016), it is critical for successful early-stage ventures to be open to creating new possibilities, be future-orientated, own their personal power, have a desire to take on challenges, and have an interest in the financials. Thai people demonstrate alignment to these motivations with ideal levels of focus on Alternatives, Future, Achievement, Money, and Power.
Thailand's working population's motivation scores indicate that Thailand is especially suited for business building and is aligned to the success of mature-stage ventures. In terms of profitability, business longevity, and success in obtaining investment, Thailand’s working motivations match many of the motivational trends observed in our research.
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