Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Language, Education, Humanities, and Innovation 2017

Factors Concerning Knowledge Seeking Behavior for Power Plant Maintenance Employees

J. Rattanamongkolsuk, M. Chunin, P. Wongpinpech

King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Thailand


The objectives of this research were to study the following factors: self-directed, role model, knowledge attitude, and knowledge seeking intention concerning knowledge seeking behavior of the Power Plant Maintenance Employees in Thailand. Data was collected by interviewing 11 personnel: 1 manager, 3 supervisors, 5 employees and 2 knowledge management chief officers of power plant in Thailand. The results revealed that among knowledge attitude, role model and self-directed which we cite as 3 factors, the knowledge attitude has been the most important role for knowledge seeking intention and behavior. The acquired results can be developed to enhance knowledge seeking behavior of power plant maintenance employees in the future.


knowledge seeking behavior, power plant maintenance employees

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