Monthly Archives: April 2014

Is the Philippines Ready for ASEAN Integration?

In the upcoming months, ASEAN countries will come together to form a single market and production base for the 10 participating countries. This will result in the fourth densest economic bloc in the world, with a free flow of goods, services, investment, and skilled labor. The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will be a game changer. Our region’s companies will face unprecedented access to markets, and unprecedented competition. Organizations that do not have a regional game [...]

By |April 29, 2014|Categories: Talent Management|0 Comments

Consultancy Beyond Borders: Consequences and Opportunities

The Institute of Management Consultants of the Philippines (IMPHIL) conference, “Consultancy Beyond Borders,” is designed to prepare professional management consultants and practitioners for the upcoming ASEAN integration. The conference is open to all management consultants, their technical staff, individual consultants who are registered single proprietorships or partnerships in Management Consulting, as well as those unregistered free agents who do consulting work. Professionals who work with NGOs and provide consultancy and advisory services to farmers, fisherfolk, [...]

By |April 24, 2014|Categories: Talent Management|0 Comments

Conference for Filipino Management Consultants

On June 27, 2014, the Institute of Management Consultants of the Philippines (IMPHIL) will be presenting a conference in Cebu on the consequences and opportunities of a multi-national consultancy reach. This conference, titled “Consultancy Beyond Borders: Consequences and Opportunities,” will help get the Philippine workforce up-to-speed in the coming months, as the ASEAN nations begin to emerge in the global economy. The upcoming union of the ASEAN Economic Community will form a single market and [...]

By |April 22, 2014|Categories: Talent Management|2 Comments

Find Your Next MVP in the Office

Finding your company’s next most valuable player (MVP) could be as simple as looking in the right places, with the right people. Continue to search for a new candidate until you find a few great potentials, and then select discriminatingly based on interviews and assessments. Below are a few suggestions to help you find and, more importantly, hire your company’s next MVP. Explore your channels. Instead of just posting on job recruitment sites, send out [...]

By |April 17, 2014|Categories: Talent Management|0 Comments
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