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As a response to the challenges posed by a changing earth, a more interconnected economy and widening gaps in society, the Center, in partnership with AIM-RVR Center for Corporate Social Responsibility, will be offering a Community Engagement Program entitled: Co-Creating the Future: Mobilizing Stakeholder Partnerships.
In partnership with International Alert, the Center conducted a five-day workshop entitled “Conflict Sensitive Leadership and Governance: A Training-Workshop for Peace-Enabling Approaches in Fragile Contexts” last November 25-29, 2013 at Yangon, Myanmar.More>>
Come to the INSIDE MBA, a half-day walk-through of the MBA program, on October 05, 2013 (Saturday) at the Lopez Caseroom, AIM Campus, Makati City.More>>
Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) comprise more than 96% of all enterprises, employ 50-99% of the workforce, and contribute around 32-77% of GDP in ASEAN countries. However, despite their importance, small enterprises still face various obstacles that hinder them from reaching their full potential as engines of inclusive growth. While reforms are crucial to unblock these constraints, the tools required to craft appropriate policy reforms like firm-level data are sparse in many developing countries.More>>
Inclusive growth remains to be elusive for many economies, as they struggle to bounce back from the global economic crisis and address pressing social concerns faced by many communities across the region. This year’s Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility (AFCSR) explores the role of corporations in providing sustainable programs that address these social concerns, which oftentimes require long-term vision, scalable solutions, and innovative approaches.More>>
Vicente T. Paterno, Chairman of the Board of Philippine Seven Corporation, has been named the 2013 recipient of the Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr. (RVR) Award for Nation Building.More>>
The Department of Tourism (DOT), in partnership with the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) – Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism, recently unveiled the National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP), which has set a target of 10 million international visitors and 56 million domestic travelers by 2016.
The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the implementation of the Program for Senior Public Managers (PSPM).
The Department of Tourism has created the National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP) as the "national blueprint" to address the key challenges in developing the tourism sector, in a bid to increase the sector's share in the country's total economic output.More>>