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By Edgar O. Chua
To the congratulatory messages I received, I replied that I was overwhelmed and humbled by the award and that I have been lucky and blessed to be part of a great company, with great mentors and a great team who make me look good. More importantly, I have a family who has given me so much inspiration and support.
By Queena N. Lee-Chua
Former Argentine Cardinal Jorge Maria Bergoglio has been Pope Francis for less than a year, but he has ignited change in the Catholic Church, a 1.2 billion-member organization torn by bureaucracy, infighting and scandal.
By Dante Martinez Velasco PhD.
When the dust settled and the smoke stopped after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani appeared to all the world that he was a take-charge mayor and a highly skilled crisis manager.
Bringing her expertise for the first time in the country, authority on customer-focused relationship management strategies Martha Rogers, Ph.D, was invited by Globe Business – Enterprise Group to be one of its keynote speakers during its fourth Enterprise Innovation Forum.
Ever wondered why the last decade has been riddled with tumultuous financial crises unlike in the past? Globalization may have played a role but for some, it may also be because of who’s on the driver’s seat of most companies in the world.
By Felicito C. Payumo
We’re supposedly past doing emergency rescue and relief efforts for Yolanda’s victims. We now face the more difficult task of reconstruction and rehabilitation. But what is more important is that we rebuild for resiliency. That is what “building back better” means.
The Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) confers today the “MAP Management Man of the Year 2013” award on Mr. EDGAR “Ed” O. CHUA, country chair of the Shell Companies in the Philippines.
By Jose Rene C. Gayo
A farmer observed that young people in his village were leaving in favor of the cities. He thought “if this continues, what will happen to the rural areas?” He figured it out that there must be a way to educate these young people to keep them in their villages and work to develop the rural areas. This way, there is no need for them to look for a better future outside their communities.
By Arnel D. Casanova
The need for more (and better) cities is becoming increasingly evident, as the mass exodus of Filipinos from rural to urban areas continues.
By Ardy Roberto
, Dr. Ned Roberto
In last Friday’s column, we tackled the issue of how to manage the highly unpredictable, near-zero visibility future. We cited the Lebanese statistician, Nassim Taleb, who wrote an entire book to address this issue in his 2007 best-selling book “The Black Swan: the Impact of the Highly Improbable.”
By Jose Rene C. Gayo
Now we know why our farmers are poor. The report released by the Commission on Audit (COA) on the use of Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF), commonly referred to as the pork barrel, for the period 2006-2009 provides ample reasons for the high levels of poverty prevailing among Filipino farmers. They were simply used as “tools” for grand schemes.
By Anthony Alden Aguilar
It’s really heartbreaking to be a taxpayer these days. Seriously.