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Born in 1971, in the Northeast of Thailand, Surin province, I was named Sawat Phoomphuang. After I had graduated from local hometown primary school, Baan Noan Sa Bai Primary School, my life was shifted to Buddha arena. I had been there for three years, graduated secondary school from nonsystematic education (tele-education), graduated Buddhist Study (Nag Dham Ake), then I migrated to city of angel, Bangkok, where my adventure began, while I was fifteen years old.

Room mated with my elderly cousin, Choochart, and others 4 persons in 16 square meters rental room, I work for Star Bowling Center at 10.00 am after finished a type writing class. In the first five years in Bangkok, I had completed the first step, high school certificate, of course, the same means as my secondary one. The first step that made me eligible to follow my dream, to be a university student.

Moved to hotel jobs: Royal River Hotel, Chao Phya Park Hotel, I spent four year to obtain a college degree from Ramkhamheang Open University in the same time as earning money from hotel works. Here I was certified bachelor of arts (public administrations) in 1996.

In my graduation ceremony, another good news came to my life: I was accepted to a new home, Thai Airways International, the most desirable job for Thai young graduated at that time. In this new house, I started chasing another dream after I had passed probation period, a master degree student. Krirk Private University is the place where my second dream came true.

At Krirk, my paradigm was shifted. I was introduced to the new knowledge: Appropriate Technology, The Third Wave, Turning Point, especially the lecture of Prof. Dr. Cheerachoke (Banpote) Veerasai: Seminar on Organizational Administration. This lecture totally changed my world view and resulted in my first paper: Tao Te Ching In Managerial Context, printed in Krirk University Journal Vol. 17 No. 1.

The remarkable paper that made me accomplished master degree in 1998 was my thesis. It was supervised by Prof. Dr. Payorm Wongsarnsri who was not only my thesis chair person, but also the crucial figure for my research in practice which was first introduced in science, theory of knowledge, and philosophy by the late Prof. Dr. Sawaeng Ratanamongkolmart whom I will never forget. My thesis, well supported by Khun Boontan Tontong, research site director, was concerning work stress in electronics manufacture.

I had prepared my self to study in doctoral degree before I decided to choose the thesis plan for my master degree. I though that is enough to entry doctoral class, but I was wrong; two times fail in oral examination for Mahidol University where was my first effort and Bangkok University was the second one. I took another effort to Mahidol again, then UTCC, both disappointed me. My energy for chasing doctoral degree had been lowing since 1998 until Ramkhamheang University gave me a chance in 2002.

Two years at Ramkhamheang University, I had learned much from Prof. Dr. Suchart Prasitrath-sint. In here, my learning was unlimited; knowledge comes from every where through out the world via ciber space. I proposed Service Marketing Management Model to the University Dissertation Committee, but it fails. Then, I had begun studying System Dynamics Management Model before the University Ph.D. Committee collapsed. It was the valuable two years, but I was not certified Ph.D. even my knowledge told me that.

In the long lasting night at Ramkhamheang University, I finally discovered the dawn with an encouragement of my Ph.D. class mate: Dr. Krichit, Dr. Itthikorn, and Dr. Nivet, as well as Dr. Sudawan, at The Intercultural Open University in 2004 where knowledge is centered in students. My System Dynamics Management Model was accomplished here. This place made me to be appeared under the name: sdmlab.com, my new life arena, where I am ready to start a new adventure with you, my new challenging.

To read my thesis, click here.
My picturial history, click here.

 
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