Sufficiency Thinking in Sustainable Development

Sufficiency Thinking in Sustainable Development (STiSD) is a high-quality training program centred on the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (SEP) bestowed upon the Thai people by His Late Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Thailand Sustainable Development Foundation

TSDF is a non-profit organization that was established on 25 July 2014. Its primary objective is to promote development that provides for balance and sustainability in Thailand’s economy, society, environment, and culture. TSDF activities are implemented by its affiliate, the Thailand Sustainable Development Institute.

The guiding principle for TSDF’s work is the philosophy of “sufficiency economy” as elaborated by King Rama IX.

College of Management Mahidol University

The College of Management Mahidol University (CMMU) provides innovative graduate programs in management, at the Master, post-Master, and Ph.D. levels. In addition to education and training in the area of General Management, the College offers Master of Management (M.M.) and Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (C.A.G.S.) programs in key areas critical to Thailand's continuing development: Entrepreneurship Management, Innovation in Management, Marketing Management, New Technology Ventures, Human Resources Management and Financial Management.

In addition to graduate education, CMMU also engages in corporate training, consulting, research, and in the development of management and management education tools. These programs provide critical links between the College and local, regional and international companies and organizations. They ensure that the knowledge focus of the College remains fresh, relevant and useful to the society we serve.

Thailand International Cooperation Agency

Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA) was established on 19 October 2004 by a Royal Decree to serve the Royal Thai Government as a focal agency under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand in administrating international development cooperations.

TICA is principally responsible for the implementation of Thailand’s development cooperation programmes in neighbouring countries in particular as well as other regions of the world. There are various forms of cooperation, such as the development projects, volunteer and expert programmes, fellowships, scholarships and training programmes.

Institute for Sustainable Leadership

The Institute for Sustainable Leadership promotes the science and practice of sustainable leadership through research and education.

Sustainable leadership refers to those behaviours, practices and systems that create enduring value for all stakeholders of organisations including investors, the environment, other species, future generations and the community.

The honeybee provides inspiration for sustainable leadership. Honeybees are collaborative and add value throughout the eco-chain. They contrast with locusts that, under the right conditions, form huge swarms and self-destruct causing massive damage in the process. Organisational leaders can choose between these two models.

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