leadership and management

LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

2022 1st Run: Jan. 22, 29

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 11, 18

2022 3rd Run: Nov. 5, 12

Time: 16 total hours (4 hours synchronous, 12 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P7,995

This module covers the fundamental concepts of project management. This includes the definition of projects and key terminologies used in project management. It also covers the project management environment and how projects are impacted. This module also covers the role of the project manager in-depth and its value to the organization. Lastly, this module also discusses the code of ethics and professional conduct expected of project managers.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge in project management by giving examples of projects and the various business documents used in projects
  • Analyze the impact to the project given a certain type of project environment
  • Describe the role of the project manager in the project and to other stakeholders
  • Describe the various skills needed by the project manager
  • Evaluate the importance of the code of ethics and professional conduct for project managers

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • The Relationships between Project, Program, Portfolio and Operations Management
  • The Environment on which Projects Operate
  • Internal and External EEF
  • Case Study

Session 2:

  • Organizational Systems, Governance Frameworks and Structure Types
  • Technical Project Management Skills
  • Strategic and Business Management Skills
  • Integrative nature of Project Management work
  • Case Study

Lecturer: Joey Mallari The Corporate Mechanic; President, Crossworks Training and Consulting Corp.

Joey Mallari is known as The Corporate Mechanic – an expert in looking at various business problems and providing solutions that are innovative, practical, and feasible. He has managed and led million-dollar technology projects in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and ANZ across various industries such as technology, manufacturing, mining, retail, logistics, and telecoms. Joey is also one of the longest active trainers in project management and having trained and mentored hundreds of project managers since 2005.

Lecturer: Jeric Lee

Jeric Lee is a Management Consultant with 15 years experience in IT Service Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Systems Integration, Quality Management, Project and Program Management, as well as Process Improvement. He has assisted numerous companies with their capability maturity initiatives and in setting up their Project Management Office (PMO). He honed much of his expertise while working for top-tier consultancy firms such as Accenture and in handling multi-national projects abroad. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science with specialization in Computer Engineering from De La Salle University and is both Cisco and PRINCE2 certified.

2022 1st Run: Feb. 5, 12, 19

2022 2nd Run: Jul. 2, 9, 16

2022 3rd Run: Nov. 26 & Dec. 3, 10

Time: 24 total hours (6 hours synchronous, 18 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P11,995

This module covers the tasks performed in the planning performance domain in project management. It provides the project manager with the knowledge necessary to create a project management plan with a focus on project scheduling. This module covers all the project management knowledge areas including scope, cost, schedule, quality, communications, resources, risk, procurement, stakeholders, and project integration.

This module is a combination of asynchronous learning activities (pre-recorded sessions, research, and online quizzes) and synchronous learning (case discussions and presentations) to enable optimal student learning and engagement.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the components of a scope management and requirements management plan and its importance in projects
  • Perform requirements collection for a project
  • Create a Work Breakdown Structure and Project Schedule for a project
  • Describe how a Project Budget is developed
  • Describe the components of a resource management plan and its importance in projects
  • Create a Team Charter for a project
  • Describe the components of a quality management plan and its importance in projects
  • Create a Work Breakdown Structure and Project Schedule for a project
  • Describe the components of a communications, stakeholder, procurement and risk plan and its importance in projects
  • Describe the components of a risk register and how it is used to manage risks
  • Describe the components of a project management plan and how it is tailored to project needs

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Creating a Scope Management and Requirements Management Plan
  • Creating the Scope Statement
  • Creating the Work Breakdown Structure
  • Case Study

Session 2:

  • Creating the Schedule Management Plan
  • Sequencing Activities
  • Developing the Project Schedule
  • Project Calendar

Session 3:

  • Developing the Cost Management Plan
  • Estimating the Cost and Determining the Project Budget
  • Developing the Resource, Quality, Communications and Risk Management Plan
  • Performing Risk Analysis
  • Developing the Project Management Plan

Lecturer: Joey Mallari The Corporate Mechanic; President, Crossworks Training and Consulting Corp.

Joey Mallari is known as The Corporate Mechanic – an expert in looking at various business problems and providing solutions that are innovative, practical, and feasible. He has managed and led million-dollar technology projects in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and ANZ across various industries such as technology, manufacturing, mining, retail, logistics, and telecoms. Joey is also one of the longest active trainers in project management and having trained and mentored hundreds of project managers since 2005.

2022 1st Run: Mar. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Jul. 30 & Aug. 6

Time: 16 total hours (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P7,995

This module covers the tasks and activities expected of project managers who are currently running projects and would need to know how to properly monitor and control their projects. It is an integrated view, looking at all knowledge areas in projects at the same time, in order to determine the best course of action to achieve the business goals of the organization. This module also incorporates concepts of project change management and project configuration management as it is an indispensable part of how projects are properly monitored and controlled.

This module is a combination of asynchronous learning activities (pre-recorded sessions, research, and online quizzes) and synchronous learning (case discussions and presentations) to enable optimal student learning and engagement.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Differentiate the concept of Project Monitoring versus Project Controlling
  • Describe the various project management knowledge areas that can only be monitored by the project manager
  • Describe the various project management knowledge areas that can be controlled by the project manager
  • Analyze Project Performance using Earned Value Analysis and Earn Schedule Analysis
  • Analyze the impact of changes to the project by going thru the Change Control Process
  • Describe the purpose of configuration management and how projects benefit from conducting configuration audits
  • Describe how a consolidated performance report is created and used in reporting project performance

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Monitoring and Controlling function of the Project Manager
  • Monitoring and Controlling Project Work, Communications and Risks
  • Controlling scope, schedule, resources and quality​

Session 2:

  • Developing the Change Management Plan
  • Performing Integrated Change Control
  • Developing the Configuration Management Plan

Lecturer: Joey Mallari The Corporate Mechanic; President, Crossworks Training and Consulting Corp.

Joey Mallari is known as The Corporate Mechanic – an expert in looking at various business problems and providing solutions that are innovative, practical, and feasible. He has managed and led million-dollar technology projects in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and ANZ across various industries such as technology, manufacturing, mining, retail, logistics, and telecoms. Joey is also one of the longest active trainers in project management and having trained and mentored hundreds of project managers since 2005.

2022 1st Run: Mar. 26 & Apr. 2

2022 2nd Run: Aug. 27 & Sep. 3

Time: 16 total hours (4 hours synchronous, 12 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P7,995

This module covers the process of managing risks and issues in a project setting. It covers the activities involved in planning, identifying, analyzing, and responding to both positive and negative project risks. Participants will go through the whole risk management process through a series of group-based activities to fully appreciate how the process impacts the management of projects. It also covers the different types of project issues and the various strategies that help in effectively resolving issues.

This module is a combination of asynchronous learning activities (pre-recorded sessions, research, and online quizzes) and synchronous learning (case discussions and presentations) to enable optimal student learning and engagement.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the Risk Management Process and various components of the Risks Management Plan
  • Identify and classify various risks in a project
  • Prioritize risks by performing qualitative risks analysis
  • Determine the actual impact of a risk by performing quantitative risks analysis
  • Create actions to respond to various risks in a project
  • Create strategies to address issues in a project

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Risk Management Process
  • Qualitative Risk Analysis
  • Risk Categorization

Session 2:

  • Quantitative Risk Analysis
  • Types and Sources of Project Issues
  • Strategies for Positive and Negative Risks

Lecturer: Joey Mallari The Corporate Mechanic; President, Crossworks Training and Consulting Corp.

Joey Mallari is known as The Corporate Mechanic – an expert in looking at various business problems and providing solutions that are innovative, practical, and feasible. He has managed and led million-dollar technology projects in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and ANZ across various industries such as technology, manufacturing, mining, retail, logistics, and telecoms. Joey is also one of the longest active trainers in project management and having trained and mentored hundreds of project managers since 2005.

2022 1st Run: Apr. 23, 30

2022 2nd Run: Sep. 17, 24

Time: 16 total hours (4 hours synchronous, 12 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P7,995

This module covers the human relations aspect of project management. It discusses how stakeholders are identified and analyzed, as well as how stakeholder engagement is managed throughout the life of a project. This module also focuses on a subset of stakeholders which is the project team. It talks about how teams are managed and developed using various techniques and helps the project manager in dealing with teams effectively.

This module is a combination of asynchronous learning activities (pre-recorded sessions, research, and online quizzes) and synchronous learning (case discussions and presentations) to enable optimal student learning and engagement.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Describe what are stakeholders and the different stakeholder attributes
  • Analyze stakeholders with the use of a Power-Interest Grid
  • Evaluate gaps in stakeholder engagement with the use of a Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
  • Apply the Team Charter in managing a project team
  • Describe the different tools and techniques used in managing project teams

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Stakeholder's nature, types, and attributes
  • Stakeholder Engagement Assessment Matrix
  • The Power-Interest Grid

Session 2:

  • Data Representation of Resource Requirements
  • Team Charter, Using Virtual Teams
  • Establishing High Performance Teams

Lecturer: Geraldine Lugod

With 20 years of IT experience and with MBA units from DLSU; pending thesis dissertation) from DLSU. Currently responsible for the portfolio and people management of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines- ROHQ. Manages a pool of scrum masters, product owners, functional analysts, development and QA teams.

Implemented wide array of projects such as data migration and infrastructure-related, SAP modules, web and mobile development, animation, and other system integration projects for the past 18 years. Completed successful projects not just for the private sectors but also for government agencies having worked for DOST for almost 5 years.  She is also PMP certified.

Lecturer: Cleo Cristine Po

Cleo Po has been in the IT and Consulting industry for about 14 years.  Known for her brand of excellence, she had consistently and successfully managed over 18 global and local IT projects spanning different industries such as banking, financial services, telecommunications, and utilities. 

Besides being a self-confessed and recovering workaholic, she is also an avid reader, a budding mountain climber and now an enthused trainer.

2022 1st Run: May 14, 21, 28

2022 2nd Run: Oct. 8, 15, 22

Time: 24 total hours (6 hours synchronous, 18 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P11,995

This module covers the knowledge and skills required to establish an agile organization running agile projects. It discusses the differences of traditional project life cycles with that of agile project life cycles and the strengths of each life cycle. This module also covers the common agile techniques used in most agile approaches as well as how the role of the project manager changes when running agile based projects. By completing this module, participants will have the skills necessary to run projects that are considered agile.

This module is a combination of asynchronous learning activities (pre-recorded sessions, research, and online quizzes) and synchronous learning (case discussions and presentations) to enable optimal student learning and engagement.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module the participant will be able to:

  • Describe the Agile Manifesto and how the need for agile projects came about
  • Distinguish the different project life cycles and the advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Discuss the paradigm shift in getting into an agile mindset
  • Apply Agile Practices in his/her organization
  • Apply various techniques in measuring the performance of Agile Projects
  • Describe the different considerations in making an agile-ready organization

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • The nature of Agile and the Agile Manifesto
  • Risks and Uncertainty in projects
  • Mixing Agile Approaches

Session 2:

  • Creating an Agile Mindset
  • Backlog Preparation and Refinement
  • Agile Practices

Session 3:

  • Agile Project Challenges
  • Enabling the organization to be Agile-ready
  • Organizational Change Management and Culture

Lecturer: Erwin Ong

Erwin Ong has 11 years Academe and 10 years industry experience. He has 4 years Project Management experience related to R&D, Innovation, and Lean Transformation projects. He is currently working as R&D Manager in Nokia and teaching MTM and BA/MBA subjects in UP Diliman. He has a degree in BS ECE, MS CS, & MBA. He is also PMP certified.

diploma in project management

The Diploma in Project Management is a six module intensive course in project management designed to give the individual a complete and thorough understanding on the discipline of project management across any industry. It is the first of its kind in the Philippines, wherein each module enables the individual to master an aspect of project management that is needed by the project manager to succeed. Students work in teams to simulate real world project situations and help them translate concepts into practice. This program is heavily based on PMI®’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – sixth edition; the most recognized and most widely accepted standard on project management globally.

executive diploma in sustainability management

The Executive Diploma in Sustainability Management  Program offers professionals working in private and public organizations a unique opportunity to learn new core knowledge and practical skills in analyzing key environmental and social risks and opportunities and in successfully managing them in order to enable their organizations and the society to thrive sustainably in today’s volatile, complex and uncertain world (VUCA) . As a new course offering, the Diploma Program carries with it an entirely new pedagogy for two reasons: one, it pushes the Triple Bottom Line as the true essence of sustainability, as contrasted to the purely environmental sustainability being espoused by other programs; and two, it applies the strategic management framework in contextualizing and solving sustainability issues in the most practicable and effective manner and with greatest impact on society.

2022 1st Run: Jan. 22, 29 & Feb. 5

2022 2nd Run: Jun. 25 & Jul. 2, 9

Time: 1200-2000H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P14,895

This module provides an overview of the nature of sustainable development as applied in any business, organization and society. It covers the evolution, principles  and dimensions of sustainability based on prevailing theories and practices, such as Stakeholder Theory, Triple Bottom-Line and Circular Economy. A discussion on Systems Thinking lays down the groundwork in equipping the participants with the tools to systematically analyze and solve sustainability issues in the 21st Century.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Appreciate and apply the bases and principles of sustainability in the pursuit of his organization’s vision, mission and objectives in the age of disruption and innovation.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Systems Thinking for Sustainability
  • Introduction to Industrial Ecology and Circular Economy

Session 2:

  • Triple Bottom Line
  • The Stakeholder Management

Session 3:

  • Collaborative Strategy for Sustainability
  • The Tragedy of the Commons Facilitator

2022 1st Run: Feb. 19, 26 & Mar. 5, 12

2022 2nd Run: Jul. 30 & Aug. 6, 13, 20

Time: 1200-2000 (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P19,495

This module enables the participants to explain the nature of strategy in the age of sustainability. It equips them with the skills to reframe sustainability issues into a practical framework for formulating sustainability strategies as integral part of the organization-wide business strategies. As part of strategy- making process, the learners will be required to craft a sustainability strategy paper on their chosen company.

The module is divided into four (4) sessions with distinct but interrelated topics and activities, namely: Nature of Sustainability Strategy; Sustainable Value Chain; and Applying Purpose-Driven Leadership for Corporate Sustainability and; Developing a Sustainability Strategy Paper.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify opportunities as bases for adopting sustainability strategies in a given context.
  • Apply different tools and frameworks in formulating sustainability strategies.
  • Plan out a sustainability strategy that is integrated in the organization’s corporate strategy.

Module Outline

Session 1: The Nature of Sustainability Strategy

  • Ten Schools of Thought on Strategy
  • The Dimensions of Strategy
  • Strategies in Creating Sustainable Strategy
  • The Process of Sustainable Strategy Formulation (Environmental Scanning, Objectives Setting, Strategic Options, Policies)

Session 2: Sustainable Value Chain - Operationalizing the Sustainability Strategy

  • The link between sustainable value creation and Sustainability Strategy
  • Using Value Chain Analysis (VCA) as framework in creating sustainable value
  • Using VCA as a system for assessing the company’s strength and weaknesses in pursuing sustainability

Session 3: The Role of Leadership in Crafting and Executing Sustainability Strategy

  • The Concept of Sustainability Leadership
  • The Principles of Sustainability Leadership
  • The Characteristics of Sustainability Leaders

Session 4: Sustainability Strategy Paper

  • Sustainability Strategy Paper as A Tool to Translate Vision to Action
  • Guidelines to Writing a Sustainability Strategy Paper
  • Individual Oral Defense, Discussion and Critique

2022 1st Run: Mar. 26 & Apr. 2, 23, 30

2022 2nd Run: Sep. 3, 10, 17, 24

Time: 1200-2000H (4 hours synchronous, 4 horus asynchronous)

Module Fee: P19,495

This module equips the participants with the competency to form sustainable management systems that incorporates functional areas of operations the organization’s sustainability and business strategies. The need to revamp the old, traditional value chains is discussed with the end in view of adopting a sustainable value chain that propels the organization to achieve its sustainability goals and objectives.

The module is divided into four (4) sessions with distinct but interrelated topics and activities: namely:Nature of Sustainability Accounting and Finance; Sustainability Balanced Scorecard: A new Framework for Measuring Sustainability Performance; Sustainability Reporting : An overview of GRI and SEC Guidelines; Writing a Sustainability Report of a chosen Company.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify the company’s strengths and weaknesses as reflected in their financial and value chain analysis.
  • Synthesize the internal capabilities of the company and the industry-based sustainability performance indicators.
  • Apply different tools and frameworks in adopting an efficient and effective operations management system that fits in the sustainability strategy of the company.

Module Outline

Session 1: The Nature of Sustainability Management and Operations

  • Integration of sustainability strategies into all aspects of operations management from design to planning and control
  • The Closed Loop Supply Chain Perspective
  • The link between stakeholder analysis and engagement and decision-making
  • The alignment of social and environmental performance indicators with cost and quality and other traditional performance metrics

Session 2: Revamping the Value Chain - A First Step in Building a Sustainable Management System

  • The link between Materiality Assessment with Value chain analysis
  • Using Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement in Materiality Assessment
  • The process of Revamping the value chain based on Materiality Assessment

Session 3: Developing Sustainabe Supply Chain Management

  • The Concept of Closed Loop Supply Chain Management
  • The Principles of Product Life Cycle Assessment
  • Principles of Green Design and Manufacturing

Session 4: Developing a Sustainable Management System

  • Sustainable Management as the Intersection of Business and Sustainability
  • Characteristics of a Sustainable Management System
  • A Sustainable Balanced Scorecard: A Framework for A Sustainable Management System

2022 1st Run: May 21, 28 & Jun. 4, 11

2022 2nd Run: Oct. 8, 15, 22 & 29

Time: 1200-2000H (4 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P19,495

This module equips the participants with the competency to form sustainable management systems that incorporates functional areas of operations the organization’s sustainability and business strategies. The need to revamp the old, traditional value chains is discussed with the end in view of adopting a sustainable value chain that propels the organization to achieve its sustainability goals and objectives.

The module is divided into four (4) sessions with distinct but interrelated topics and activities: namely: Nature of Sustainability Accounting and Finance; Sustainability Balanced Scorecard: A new Framework for Measuring Sustainability Performance; Sustainability Reporting : An overview of GRI and SEC Guidelines; Writing a Sustainability Report of a chosen Company.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the differentiating features of Sustainability Accounting and Finance.
  • Understand and apply the Sustainability Balanced Scorecard in measuring the company’s performance in its sustainability initiatives.
  • Apply the SEC guidelines in developing a Sustainability Report to the chosen company.

Module Outline

Session 1: The Nature of Sustainability and Finance

  • The Differentiating Features of Sustainability Accounting and Finance
  • The Closed Loop Supply Chain Perspective
  • The link between stakeholder analysis and engagement and decision-making
  • The alignment of social and environmental performance indicators with cost and quality and other traditional performance metrics

Session 2: The Sustainability Balanced Scorecard - A New Framework of Measuring Sustainability Performance

  • The link between Materiality Assessment with Value chain analysis
  • Using Stakeholder Analysis and Engagement in Materiality Assessment
  • The process of Revamping the value chain based on Materiality Assessment

Session 3: Sustainability Reporting - An Overview of GRI and SEC Frameworks and Guidelines

  • The Benefits of Sustainability Reporting
  • The 17 Sustainability Development Goals (SDG’s)
  • The Different Frameworks in Writing a Sustainability Framework

Session 4: Writing a Sustainability Report

  • Guidelines in Writing a Sustainability Report
  • Characteristics of a Sound and Compliant Sustainability Report
  • A Critique of a Sample Company Sustainability Report

The ELP Framework

If you have already completed a Diploma Program or is in the process of doing so, you only need to take the remaining modules in order to complete the ELP.

By accomplishing 1 to 3 modules from among the SPaCE major Diploma Programs, professionals can work their way towards the ELP credential, while also building a broader network as compared to being in only one Diploma Program.

One (1) of the following modules:

executive leadership diploma program

Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is an opportunity for professionals to explore multiple functions and speak the language of different disciplines. It is based on the growing need for leaders to possess multi-disciplinary competencies and to leverage on cross-functional synergies.

Completing the ELP is attainable within a year, and is even faster for past or existing SPaCE students. As work and organizations become increasingly complex and interdependent, it is critical to break through functional silos and to work towards integrated solutions. The ELP familiarizes practitioners with diverse specializations, which enables them to be more agile and strategic in leading their organization.

This is especially valuable for leaders of small and medium-sized organizations and family businesses where management of different functions is necessary and crucial.

short courses

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2022 1st Run: May 7, 14, 21, 28 & Jun. 4, 11, 18, 25 & Jul. 2, 9, 16

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 66 total hours

Module Fee: P30,895

MLDP is an application-focused program that aims to expose participants to business segments that are needed to handle present and future challenges. Participants are expected to become adaptive leaders with high sensitivity to changing business needs as well as a high execution quotient to implement plans and strategies.​

Beyond the credentials, the MLDP provides participants with an immersive and integrated learning experience and a practical toolkit to effectively lead others and create a positive impact in the workplace.

Masterclass Objectives

At the end of the masterclass, the participant will be able to:

  • Assess the current operating environment of the organization.
  • Define strategic themes, goals and target lag and lead measures using the Balanced Scorecard Approach.
  • Detail the specifics for team and individual execution of the strategic plan using the Dashboard System.
  • Develop the discipline to execute and implement the strategic goals and plans.
  • Learning Financial Ratios and apply them in understanding the current business landscape.
  • Practice computing for financial ratios – applied in the business.
  • Understanding the company’s measurements and tools for analysis.
  • Apply SWOT Analysis in creating a business plan.
  • Achieve more in work and life by applying a realistic process that links goal-setting with the daily discipline of getting things done – at work and at home.
  • Organized Workload through effective time and task planning, clustering and prioritization.
  • Increase Productivity by focusing on high-impact activities and reducing low-impact interruptions, disruptions and time-wasters.
  • Identify the real customer needs and their respective customer segments.
  • Design a value proposition which can establish channels and relationships to their customers.
  • Propose and evaluate key partners, key resources and key activities to operationalize their business models.
  • Leverage on opportunities for innovation in their organization.
  • Convert ideas and suggestions into tangible, workable and practical innovations.
  • Cultivate a personal innovation mindset as well as an organizational culture of innovation and continuous improvement.
  • Apply design thinking principles, processes and tools to current and future work challenges in order to future-proof the organization.

Masterclass Outline

The Leader as a Planner & Implementer

Session 1:

  • Strategic Thinking vs. Strategic Planning
  • Strategic Planning Process and Key Outputs
  • Stability vs. Growth
  • Conducting a SOAR Analysis
  • Creating a Strategy Map

Session 2:

  • Detailing the Plan for Execution
  • Lag vs. Lead Measures
  • Developing Execution Dashboards
  • Time Frames, Resources and a Shared Execution Calendar Application
  • Consequence Management

The Leader as a Business Analyst

Session 3:

  • Understanding the Business
  • Financial Health using Ratios
  • Financial Ratios

Session 4:

  • Objectives, Goals, Strategies and Measures
  • Analysis Frameworks
  • Applying SWOT
  • Value Proposition Canvas
  • Operations: Key Activities, Partners and Resources
  • Cost Structures Vs Revenue Streams

The Leader as a Performer

Session 5:

  • Performing in the Midst of a VUCA Environment
  • 7Cs to thrive in a Post-Pandemic Reality
  • The SPEED Framework of  Workload Management
  • Energy: Managing the Volume and Variety Workload Matrix
  • The Flow Model of Productivity

Session 6:

  • Segregate and the importance of Triaging
  • Segregating by Quadrant
  • The Planning Pyramid
  • Execution Best Practices through Effective Delegation

The Leader as an Entrepreneur

Session 7:

  • The Golden Circle
  • Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
  • SWOT Analysis

Session 8:

  • Branding Archetypes
  • Customer Segments
  • Marketing: Customer Segments, Channels and Relationships
  • Value Proposition Canvas
  • Operations: Key Activities, Partners and Resources
  • Cost Structures Vs Revenue Streams

Session 9:

  • Cost Structure Iterations
  • Sensitivity Analysis
  • Presentation Proper

The Leader as an Innovator

Session 10:

  • Igniting a Culture of Innovation
  • The Two Approaches to Innovation and Finding Opportunities to Innovate
  • The Innovation Integration Canvass: From Problem to Proposed Innovation
  • Key Concepts: The 10 Types of Innovations; Methods of Ideation

Session 11:

  • Presentation of Outputs
  • Innovation Process Map: From Ideation to Integration
  • Anticipate Potential Risks and Create a Risk Management Plan
  • Winning Support & Buy-In: The Burning Platform

Lecturer: Luigi Mapa Organizational Development Consultant

Luigi Mapa is a professional OD consultant and is currently the Chief Learning Engineer of LinkOD (Link Organizational Development). He is recognized for his talks and customized workshops on Strategic Planning, Change Management, Servant Leadership, Project Management, Innovation, and Team Development. He has facilitated performance improvement initiatives for more than 80 local and foreign organizations including the Asian Development Bank, the First Pacific Leadership Academy, the Bank of the Philippine Islands, Nestle Vietnam, Procter & Gamble, Smart Communications, Johnson & Johnson, Glaxo-Smith Kline, Unilab, ABS-CBN, and Accenture, among others

Luigi has presented to both executives (VPs, CEOs and business owners) as well as frontliners (whether office-based or factory-based) and these powerful experiences have formed his balanced perspective and unique approach to training and consulting. As part of his commitment to social responsibility and nation-building, Luigi also works with government and non-profit organizations such as the Makati Medical Center Foundation, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Department of Budget & Management, & the DSWD.

Over the last 10 years, he has been an accredited FranklinCovey Instructor facilitating The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Luigi also specializes in training needs analysis & evaluation and is regularly tapped to conduct Train-the-Trainer programs for various audiences.

Lecturer: Albert G. Uyao Training Manager

Mr. Uyao has over 20 years of experience in sales and business development, mostly with the Ayala Group of Companies. After working closely with the sales leadership team of Globe Telecom, he took on the role of leading the training team at one of the subsidiaries of the Ayala Automotive Group, Honda Cars Makati. He currently manages and implements learning and organizational development initiatives for all levels in the company.  Prior to these positions, Albert was a Business Development Coordinator, Team Leader for Planning and Communications, Branch Manager, and Field Sales and Operations Manager, in different points in his career.

Lecturer: Paul Edward T. Macatangay Training and Development Manager

Mr. Macatangay has over two decades of local and international experience in sales development, field force productivity and capability development. He served as Sales Force Effectiveness Manager for Multicare Pharmaceuticals Phils., Inc., Field Force Productivity and Effectiveness Manager for Novartis-Sandoz Philippines Corporation and Associate Brand Manager for AstraZeneca Cardiovascular.  He then led the Fieldforce Capability team at Samsung Electronics Phils. Corporation, and also served as Master Trainer for the country for 2 years. In these posts, he managed 3 Agency Management Managers, 5 Regional Training Officers and 34 Field Trainers with 1,400 promoters and merchandisers, among others. Paul is currently a capability, learning and development executive at Reckitt Benckiser Philippines, after its recent acquisition of Mead Johnson Global.

Lecturer: Daniel Enriquez Professor | Production Manager | Consultant

Dan served the Academe for nearly two decades, involved as one of the pioneers of the Multimedia Arts Program in De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. The knowledge he imparts range from illustration to 3D animation, creative storytelling for games and animation and new media business and entrepreneurship. 

He professionally served as freelance project manager, designer and consultant for CREAM studios with work scope ranging from curriculum accreditation, 3D training and instruction programs and adobe game development production. The output produced are micro-games for online and offline interactive applications. He also supervised production teams in Asia Pacific College, SM Foundation and collaborated with Oxin Studios and Unitel for independent CG film features. He belonged to start-up Datacore Images USA as CAD supervisor and QC. 

His artistic exhibitions range from working with Bankee Trading as marketing consultant for Tomy Takara and Bandai toylines and the Toy Collectors Gallery with Seriland, Ocean park--giving toys and pop-culture appeal for both the young and old. He still practices as freelance Production manager for infographic 3D motion graphics and animation.

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2022 1st Run: TBA

2022 2nd Run: TBA

Time: 1300-1700H (16 total hours; 12 hours synchronous, 4 hours asynchronous)

Module Fee: P7,495

Intended for professionals who will use Microsoft Project as their project management software, this course extensively covers the critical skills needed to organize project plans and to track project implementation.

This course is designed as a workshop, combining both synchronous learning sessions (live discussion, demonstration, guided activities) and asynchronous learning activities (laboratory exercises) for enhanced engagement and learning.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Set up a project plan in Microsoft Project
  • Organize and schedule work packages
  • Create and customize calendars
  • Work with dependencies, deadlines, and constraints
  • Manage project resources and assignments
  • Monitor and track project progress
  • Analyze project performance
  • Perform Critical Path analysis
  • Communicate project information
  • Design and produce project reports

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Using Microsoft Project
  • Setting-up the Project Calendar
  • Entering Project Work
  • Entering Task Duration Estimates
  • Creating the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Working with Constraints and Deadlines

Session 2:

  • Creating and Entering Resources
  • Assigning and Analyzing Resources
  • Finalizing a Project Plan

Session 3:

  • Entering Task Progress Information
  • Viewing and Analyzing Project Performance
  • Developing Reports in Microsoft Project
  • Printing and Sharing a Project

Lecturer: Jeric Lee

Jeric Lee is a Management Consultant with 15 years experience in IT Service Management, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Systems Integration, Quality Management, Project and Program Management, as well as Process Improvement. He has assisted numerous companies with their capability maturity initiatives and in setting up their Project Management Office (PMO). He honed much of his expertise while working for top-tier consultancy firms such as Accenture and in handling multi-national projects abroad. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science with specialization in Computer Engineering from De La Salle University and is both Cisco and PRINCE2 certified.​

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Time: 0830-1230H

Module Fee: P6,895

Due to the evolving nature of work and employment, many professionals are beginning to realize the value of developing fundamental project management competencies to remain competitive in the future. What was once a highly technical, seldom-used skill is fast becoming an everyday necessity at work.

This 3-day course is designed as an essential toolkit for initiating, planning and managing simple to complex projects. It utilizes an application-intensive approach integrating project management tools with workload management techniques to address most organizational project challenges. This program makes project management concepts simple and practical, focusing on the essential practices that make project managers valuable and highly sought after.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Transition to a ‘project manager’ mindset and manage project resources in a more organized and systematic way.
  • Handle multiple projects more effectively through better project prioritization, monitoring and constraint identification.
  • Manage stakeholder expectations and requirements by using more effective project scoping tools and techniques.
  • Utilize smarter risk management as part of the project planning.

Module Outline

Session 1: Initiating Phase

  • Defining Projects vs. BAUs in the Context of Team Strategy
  • The Project Management Process
  • The 4 Types of Project Stakeholders and the Information They Provide
  • Stakeholder Interview Questions to Define the Project Scope
  • The Triangle of Constraints and Managing Stakeholder’s Expectations
  • Essential PM Tools: The Project Charter

Session 2: Planning Phase

  • How to Anticipate, Identify, Assess and Manage Project Risks
  • Project Piece Mapping: Breaking Projects into Actionable Pieces
  • Essential PM Tools: Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) & Gantt Charts
  • Project Scheduling and the Critical Path Method
  • Project Budgeting and Resource Management

Session 3: Execution and Closing Phase

  • Essential Skills for Project Teams: Time Protection, Delegation & Monitoring
  • Project Change Management: How to Document & Manage Change
  • Essential Skills for Project Teams: Time Protection, Delegation & Monitoring
  • Emphasis on Project Documentation and Continuous Learning & Adaption

Lecturer: Luigi Mapa Organizational Development Consultant

Luigi Mapa is a professional OD consultant and is currently the Chief Learning Engineer of LinkOD (Link Organizational Development). He is recognized for his talks and customized workshops on Strategic Planning, Change Management, Servant Leadership, Project Management, Innovation, and Team Development. He has facilitated performance improvement initiatives for more than 80 local and foreign organizations including the Asian Development Bank, the First Pacific Leadership Academy, the Bank of the Philippine Islands, Nestle Vietnam, Procter & Gamble, Smart Communications, Johnson & Johnson, Glaxo-Smith Kline, Unilab, ABS-CBN, and Accenture, among others

Luigi has presented to both executives (VPs, CEOs and business owners) as well as frontliners (whether office-based or factory-based) and these powerful experiences have formed his balanced perspective and unique approach to training and consulting. As part of his commitment to social responsibility and nation-building, Luigi also works with government and non-profit organizations such as the Makati Medical Center Foundation, the Armed Forces of the Philippines, the Department of Budget & Management, & the DSWD.

Over the last 10 years, he has been an accredited FranklinCovey Instructor facilitating The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Luigi also specializes in training needs analysis & evaluation and is regularly tapped to conduct Train-the-Trainer programs for various audiences.

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Time: 1300-1700H

Module Fee: P7,495

Secretarial work was traditionally a role for men and have been considered indispensable from the 15th to the 16th century. The word “Secretary” came from the Latin word “secernere” which means to distinguish or set apart. The role of a secretary was to oversee the official and confidential business to powerful individuals.

With time, the title and sophistication evolved but responsibilities and functions remained the same. Titles have changed from “secretary” to “administrative assistants” to “digital “assistants” may they be male or female. From what era or perspective we look at it, administrative teams or individuals can make or break the success and productivity of a business.

To this day, the position remains to be vital in any organization. This program was created to produce digital secretaries who meet demands of the time, to provide a scalable workforce, to efficiently manage an executive’s schedule, save office spaces, streamlining processes, only to name a few.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Explore the "New Normal".
  • Assess remote role as a reliable and reachable assistant to the boss.
  • Gain skills in streaming office systems and procedures to cope with workload.
  • Confidently represent the boss.
  • Partner with boss and other office professionals.
  • Develop trusting relationships.
  • Communicate effectively and write complex documents.
  • Understand the organization and align work effectively with its needs.
  • Level up and move into higher positions for career development.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Being an eLifer as a Remote Assistant
  • Assessing the New Normal
  • Streamlining Electronic Office Systems and Procedures

Session 2:

  • Professional Presence Branding: Personal and Corporate Image
  • Grooming, Proper Attire for On-line Meetings
  • Etiquette, Politeness and Cyber Protocol and Decorum

Session 3:

  • Effective Communication
  • Digital Business Protocol Netiquette and Digital Manners
  • Electronic and Professional Business Writing

Session 4:

  • Enhancing Relationships Styles and Different kinds of Bosses, Clients and/or Co-workers
  • Global Reach and Understanding Different Cultures
  • Connectivity or Staying Connected
  • More Essential Skills
  • Creating a Career Path in the Fastest Career Field

Lecturer: Maria Luisa (Lulu) S. Moguel MBA

Prof. Maria Luisa Moguel is an International Management Consultant and a Certified Learning Coach with 30 years of local and international commission in progressing organizational governance, leadership and direction. She has jump started her profession with John Clements handling facilitation of management development programs. She has established linkages and service partnerships Ateneo Professional Schools as well as upheld Corporate Social Responsibility projects for  HRH Tungku Naguiyyudin through the YTN Foundation. She has been a consultant for local and international dignitaries managing personality development and civic impressions of Cong. Rachel Arenas, Cong. Oscar Malapitan, Mayor Del de Guzman, Gov. ER Ejercito and Gov. Jun Jun Ynares, among others.

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Module Fee: TBA

The roles of executive assistants have been continually evolving. Therefore this engaging, practical and interactive program is designed to provide an opportunity to review and develop vital administrative, organizing and behavioral skills to maximize personal effectiveness.

This course is relevant to persons currently employed as Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants, Administrative Assistants, Staff and Government Employees looking for promotion from an Administrative Level to a more senior level.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • What the Boss expects
  • Office system procedures

Session 2:

  • Professional Presence: Looking and Acting the Part
  • Enhancing Relationships

Session 3:

  • Effective Communication
  • More Essential Skills and Creating a Career Path

Lecturer: Maria Luisa (Lulu) S. Moguel MBA

Prof. Maria Luisa Moguel is an International Management Consultant and a Certified Learning Coach with 30 years of local and international commission in progressing organizational governance, leadership and direction. She has jump started her profession with John Clements handling facilitation of management development programs. She has established linkages and service partnerships Ateneo Professional Schools as well as upheld Corporate Social Responsibility projects for  HRH Tungku Naguiyyudin through the YTN Foundation. She has been a consultant for local and international dignitaries managing personality development and civic impressions of Cong. Rachel Arenas, Cong. Oscar Malapitan, Mayor Del de Guzman, Gov. ER Ejercito and Gov. Jun Jun Ynares, among others.

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Time: TBA

Module Fee: TBA

The roles of executive assistants have been continually evolving. Therefore this engaging, practical and interactive program is designed to provide an opportunity to review and develop vital administrative, organizing and behavioral skills to maximize personal effectiveness.

This course is relevant to persons currently employed as Executive Assistants, Personal Assistants, Administrative Assistants, Staff and Government Employees looking for promotion from an Administrative Level to a more senior level.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Digital Security
  • Word Processing

Session 2:

  • Spreadsheets
  • Presentations

Session 3:

  • Self-Management
  • Communicating Change and Challenges
  • Maintaining Relationships
  • Maintaining a Balanced Repertoire of Interpersonal Skills

Lecturer: Rogelio V. del Cano

Mr. Rogelio has a right balance of professional experience in management, Information Technology, and education. He is a contributor to the strategic initiatives of the School of Management and Information Technology (SMIT), an asset to curriculum development,and an advocate of integrated learning platform and educational technology.

He has experience in writing business and IT policies, creating IT manuals and curricula, and in doing research. He served as PAASCU accreditor, an OIC-dean, and a chairperson. He also worked as PAASCU Survey Executive that led the accreditation of SMIT programs. Presently, Roger is also a member of EdTech Office that handles the advancement of the teaching-learning technology of the entire Benildean community.

Lecturer: Joseph Jonathan F. Sale

Professor JJ is a committed La Sallian academician, technology advocate, and community volunteer.  He has a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from De La Salle University.  He is an advocate of Learner and Human Centered teaching principles as evidenced by his 29 years of teaching and training experience covering Computer Science, Information Technology, Business Systems, and Productivity Tools.  His passion for volunteering and serving the academe and the community often transcends to helping NGO and corporate clients in their Information Systems and IT training needs. 

Lecturer: Maria Luisa (Lulu) S. Moguel MBA

Prof. Maria Luisa Moguel is an International Management Consultant and a Certified Learning Coach with 30 years of local and international commission in progressing organizational governance, leadership and direction. She has jump started her profession with John Clements handling facilitation of management development programs. She has established linkages and service partnerships Ateneo Professional Schools as well as upheld Corporate Social Responsibility projects for  HRH Tungku Naguiyyudin through the YTN Foundation. She has been a consultant for local and international dignitaries managing personality development and civic impressions of Cong. Rachel Arenas, Cong. Oscar Malapitan, Mayor Del de Guzman, Gov. ER Ejercito and Gov. Jun Jun Ynares, among others.

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This module aims to gear up participants to hold future executive positions in any organization within a reasonable period of time by mastering today’s rapidly changing business language (business parlance, organizational approaches and leadership strategy).

It shall focus on injection of modern concepts, strategic analyses and practical application through the powerful combination of classroom expert instruction and peer interaction, and practicum projects by way of actual business cases in the student’s company of choice.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Articulate to stakeholders by using current business terminology , reflecting the current expectations and the definition of success.
  • Modernize approach and elevate role to a strategic thinker who can ask the right questions and design contemporary solutions.
  • Identify issues and communicate opportunities in multi-functional departments.
  • Stay current on changing business practices including contemporary leadership, business legal issues and strategic marketing. 
  • Understand shifting global initiatives.
  • Optimize strategic planning goals.
  • Make sound and ethical business decisions.
  • Be an effective leader who can motivate and inspire while still manage.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Management Dynamics
  • Strategic Thinking and Planning

Session 2:

  • Human Resources Management
  • Marketing Management

Session 3:

  • Operations Effectiveness
  • Heart and Soul of a Leader

Lecturer: Maria Luisa (Lulu) S. Moguel MBA

Prof. Maria Luisa Moguel is an International Management Consultant and a Certified Learning Coach with 30 years of local and international commission in progressing organizational governance, leadership and direction. She has jump started her profession with John Clements handling facilitation of management development programs. She has established linkages and service partnerships Ateneo Professional Schools as well as upheld Corporate Social Responsibility projects for  HRH Tungku Naguiyyudin through the YTN Foundation. She has been a consultant for local and international dignitaries managing personality development and civic impressions of Cong. Rachel Arenas, Cong. Oscar Malapitan, Mayor Del de Guzman, Gov. ER Ejercito and Gov. Jun Jun Ynares, among others.

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This module covers the best practice framework for integrated management of risks aimed at maximizing value for stakeholders, imparting to the owners and/or  directors  a clear  mindset, knowledge and skills  on enterprise risk management  needed for effective  corporate governance and  developing a risk sensitive culture for their business enterprise.

Participants from different industries, will identify and assess priority risks and  design applicable risk control and business continuity programs for their enterprise. Emphasis is placed on competencies on risk profiling and response (mitigation, prevention, transfer and exploitation),  objective setting, risk sensitive performance management,  risk  transparency and accountability practices, and integration of critical environmental, social and governance (ESG) risk into the ERM process  to ensure business sustainability.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • What is Risk: Actual vs. Potential Loss
  • Types of Risk: Inherent, Residual, Emerging
  • Capital at Risk and Loss Distribution
  • Case Applications: Risk Mapping and Risk Register (Industry Representatives)

Session 2:

  • Risk Response Options: Preventive, Detective & Corrective Control Strategies
  • Risk Control Effectiveness Rating Systems
  • Risk Control Self Assessment(RCSA)
  • Business Continuity Management Framework

Session 3:

  • Developing a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Risk and Financial Analysis
  • Return on Risk and Capital Planning

Session 4:

  • Introduction to Business Canvas
  • Management Information for ERM
  • Building  a Risk Culture for Optimum Stakeholder Value
  • ERM Roadmap Development Workshop: Current Risk Management  Approach to Best Practice (ERM)

Lecturer: Paulino R. Valenzuela, Ph.D. Executive Positions

Dr. Valenzuela is currently a consultant of SB Corporation and Resource Person of PDI Academy. He was also Executive Director of risk advisory at Price Waterhouse Coopers, Senior Consultant at PR Savings Bank and PDEX director for research and communications. As risk and strategic management practitioner he held senior executive positions as Chief Risk Officer and Head of Product Development and Corporate Planning of several commercial/thrift banks. As CRO and bank Treasury Officer, he had extensive experiences in enterprise risk management, Basel 2 compliance, internal credit risk rating/scoring systems, financcial control and MIS. He served as resource person to the BAIPHIL, Ateneo-BAP, BSP Institute, FINEX, CMAP, the RBAP and many other risk management training programs and symposia orgranized by professional organizations in the Philippines and the Asia Pacific region. He was the country Representative to the ASEAN Bankers Loss Data Base task Force, Chairman for Operational Risk of the BAP Risk Management Committee and Public Board Representative. Mr. Valenzuela was former Chief Economist of the Bankers Association of the Philippines, the Bank of the Philippine Islands and Ayala Investment and Development Corporation.

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This module tackles the glass ceiling effect: problems women in leadership face when climbing the career ladder.  The program is developed for the Filipina  executive-- it considers the unique Filipino culture and development of the Filipino personality. It is grounded in Filipino psychology and robust psychological theories that focus on behavior and ways of learning.

Through the program, participants will identify, fortify and maximize female qualities that are assets in leadership and develop skills in influencing key stakeholders. On a personal level, the participants will be able to identify personal saboteurs and then recalibrate towards new ways of thinking -- more resilient, more creative. They will also build a career action plan.

This course is designed for women who are already in management posts with team leadership responsibilities and women who are business owners and entrepreneurs. Shared experiences from participants are a major learning component of the course.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Social learning Theory: Understanding how we develop our behaviors and ways of thinking and how they can be changed through new thoughts and behaviors.
  • The Filipina and her designated role in the Philippine Society.

Session 2:

  • Cognition and its impact on behavior: Understanding how thoughts and perceptions influence actions which then impacts personal goals.
  • Practical application of theory: The Filipina as a manager—participants’ personal explorations of challenges in the workplace.

Session 3: Coaching Circle focusing on Elements of Self-Efficacy

  • Self-efficacy with Mastery and Modelling as a foundational stone to building self-efficacy
  • Self-efficacy using verbal Persuasion and understanding biological reactions as a foundational stone to building self-efficacy

Lecturer: Suzy Roxas

For over a decade, Suzy has worked as a seasoned scholar-practitioner in the fields of organisational development, personal & professional transformation, and therapy. Armed with over  20  years of corporate leadership experience, her programs are uniquely designed to weave theory & actual experience, and  deliver  measurable results.

Suzy's  practice  focuses on women in crisis. She is a consultant in various local and international NGOs that support women's rights and has an active international practice catering to women leaders. Suzy is a speaker of choice for gender issues in the workplace and is subject matter resource person for Cosmopolitan magazine's career section. She trains continually both internationally and locally.

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This module introduces the learner to digital transformation management foundation.  A discussion on digital transformation history, benefits, and development in response to the fast changing technology and innovation.  The only way to cope up with change is to embrace and plan for it.  This module will introduce planning frameworks to guide corporate leaders to translate strategies and goals into a digital roadmap to enable the organization to compete in this new age arena of business disruption.

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Identify appropriate online strategies for their respective courses.
  • Plan out the re-design, development, and conduct of content for their respective courses.
  • Apply different LMS features suited for their online engagement and design.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Designing Educational Online Content
  • Education Frameworks for Online Delivery and conduction
  • LMS Classroom / Module Samples

Session 2:

  • Roles of an Online Educator
  • Online Assessment Tools
  • Creating Topics for online content using LMS

Session 3:

  • Phase 1: LMS Content Upload
  • Phase 2: LMS Content Strategy
  • Synchronous and Asynchronous Conduction
  • Teaching Strategies Applied Online

Session 4:

  • Module Prototype Presentation and Critique
  • Prototype Course Assessment
  • Best Practices

Lecturer: Suzy Roxas

For over a decade, Suzy has worked as a seasoned scholar-practitioner in the fields of organisational development, personal & professional transformation, and therapy. Armed with over  20  years of corporate leadership experience, her programs are uniquely designed to weave theory & actual experience, and  deliver  measurable results.

Suzy's  practice  focuses on women in crisis. She is a consultant in various local and international NGOs that support women's rights and has an active international practice catering to women leaders. Suzy is a speaker of choice for gender issues in the workplace and is subject matter resource person for Cosmopolitan magazine's career section. She trains continually both internationally and locally.

Lecturer: Rey Lugtu

He is the President of Hungry Workhorse, a digital and culture transformation consultancy firm. He is also the chairman, independent director, co-founder, and adviser of several startup and tech companies. He previously held senior executive roles in Microsoft, Samsung, Globe Telecom, Emerson, and IBM.

Lecturer: Ricson Singson Que CISM, DPO (TUV), MBA

Ricson Singson Que is both an educator and an IT professional who has served both DLSU and DLS-CSB.  Ricson has helped the education industry and various companies in the areas of digital transformation, data privacy, information security, and technology management.

Mr. Singson Que has been a technology and security professional in the Industry for almost twenty-three (23) years. He has performed various positions: from programmer, project manager, network & server administration, IT service manager, IT executive, technology evangelist, infosec committee chair, up to a digital transformation strategic leader.  Aside from his technical background, his education skills include online curriculum design, hybrid & online class management & delivery, content development, learning management system (LMS) administration, and academic administration.  

His contribution to education included back office support for Benilde's online learning since 2000 handling multiple LMS both administration and train-the trainers program.  He conducted hybrid and online classes since 2007 in the Graduate School of Business and Decision Science Department under the RVR College of Business, DLSU.  Ricson also facilitated webinars for ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association), panel member and moderator for various online events in education, technology, and security.  Ricson also serves under the PSG of the proposed BS in Cybersecurity Program under CHED.

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In considering today’s challenges, the world  currently “needs a system that goes beyond the limiting pursuit of profit to serving a broader social purpose. One that rewards employment of its principles towards solving bigger social issues: poverty, wealth distribution, climate change, human development and sustenance. 

These can judge when growth and wealth is enough, so we can slow down accumulating and accelerate sharing: a system that can balance raising economic standards with greater stability and equality; that acknowledges that relentless pursuit of profit and size, like cancer, is dangerous for the survival of the whole.”Thus, the creation of this program.​

“We are not here to merely earn a living and to create value for our shareholders. We are here to enrich the world and make it a finer place to live. We will impoverish ourselves if we fail to do so.” 

~ Woodrow Wilson

Module Objectives

At the end of the module, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand basic concepts of IQ, EQ, AQ and SQ and realize their relationships.
  • Allows your body-mind to start taking corrective action towards its natural preference for better balance.
  • Live with personal anchors on personal core values.
  • Introduce practical tips for use in your daily lives on how to be tomorrow’s change-makers.
  • Gain better health and wellness.
  • Achieve and deliver optimum performance and enjoy the promise of a meaningful life.

Module Outline

Session 1:

  • Understanding the Human Intelligence
  • Understanding Spiritual Quotient (SQ)
  • SQ :The Final Frontier

Session 2:

  • SQ and for a Holistic, Sustainable and Outstanding 
  • Authenticity
  • Grit and Passion

Session 3:

  • Grit and Building Courage
  • Kindness, Compassion, Thoughtfulness

Session 4:

  • Mindfulness
  • Wholesomeness
  • Integration: Cultivating Seeds of Greatness

Lecturer: Maria Luisa (Lulu) S. Moguel MBA

Prof. Maria Luisa Moguel is an International Management Consultant and a Certified Learning Coach with 30 years of local and international commission in progressing organizational governance, leadership and direction. She has jump started her profession with John Clements handling facilitation of management development programs. She has established linkages and service partnerships Ateneo Professional Schools as well as upheld Corporate Social Responsibility projects for  HRH Tungku Naguiyyudin through the YTN Foundation. She has been a consultant for local and international dignitaries managing personality development and civic impressions of Cong. Rachel Arenas, Cong. Oscar Malapitan, Mayor Del de Guzman, Gov. ER Ejercito and Gov. Jun Jun Ynares, among others.

for inquiries

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4/F School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus
950 Pablo Ocampo Street, Malate, Manila, Philippines
✆  (+63) 8230-5100 local 3802, 
(+63) 8400-5425, (+63) 8400-7405
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