Cebu City-based school plays host to educators workshop

A THREE-day Management Educators Workshop (MEW)––the pet project of Professor Mario Lopez and associate dean of AIM––is scheduled on May 28-30 this year at the University of Southern Philippines Foundation.

The workshop tends to help the country’s schools of management to improve its school curricula course syllabi and content––and teaching practice, as well as teach students on how to respond to the fast changing demands of customers, clients, citizens, and stakeholders.

The MEW addresses the following key changes for modern management:

• innovative techniques for teaching management
• greater practitioner orientation in manangement education and training
• involving management practitioners in education

The first day will be a business conference for management practitioners and educators.

This session will enable map members to share their perceptions with management educators and local business people on the critical success factors and human resource demands of various industries/businesses.

Topics are internet marketing, ICT creative industries, entrepreneurship, professional services.

The second and third days will be a series of workshops on changes in the way certain subjects are being composed and offered as a result of the emerging needs of businesses/industries.

The workshop proper will be stimulated by short talks delivered by the facilitators on the changes they have had to make and mike and live with these past five years.

It will focus on how school administrators ought to design and manage the new value chain so that both faculty and administration will now see itself as a team in delivery quality education.

The worshop is presented by the Management Association of the Philippines and Asian Institute of Management in cooperation with Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the University of Southern Foundation.


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