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Management by Filipino values: a sequel to understanding Filipino values

Author: Andres, Tomas Quintin D. Publisher: New Day, 1985.Language: EnglishDescription: 276 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9711002094Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Book Doriot Library
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Print HD6957.44 .P4 A63 1985
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001184757
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Book Doriot Library
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Print HD6957.44 .P4 A63 1985
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Includes bibliographical references

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Management by Filipino Values A Sequel to Understanding Filipino Values Contents Preface Acknowledgments PART ONE: MANAGEMENT AND FILIPINO VALUES l The Role of Filipino Values in the Economic Development of the Philippines 2 Filipino Business Management for Nationalism 3 Filipino Attitudes and Values at Home and Industry PART TWO: ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY 4 Developing an Organizational Climate that Promotes Productivity 5 Labor Productivity by Filipino Values 6 Motivation of Individual Workers and Work Groups by Formai and Informai Organizations PART THREE: EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP 7 Managerial Leadership Training 8 The Filipino Manager 9 Leadership Roles of Filipino Middle-Managers 10 The Filipino Business Executive: His Decision-making Pattern 11 The Supervisor's Role in Developing Teamwork PART FOUR: EFFECTIVE JOB MANAGEMENT 12 Behavioral Science Applied in Job Management 23 26 29 3 10 15 vii viii 37 44 47 53 57 65 13 Effects of Sociopsychological Factors on Job Behavior 14 Turning Work Groups into Productive Teams 15 Organizational Discipline 16 Employee's Absenteeism and Tardiness: Causes, Effects and Solutions 17 Stealing and Cheating in the Company 18 Employee Turnover 71 75 78 87 98 103 PART FIVE: EFFECTIVE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 19 Philippine Manpower Development: A Partnership Between Education and Industry 20 Social Conscience: A Missing Dimension in Graduate Business Education 21 Manpower Development and Training Management 22 HRD's Public Image: Attitudes and Misconceptions 23 Gaining More Success in Human Resource Training and Development 24 Human Resource Accounting and Measuring 25 Training and Company Loyalty 26 Adapting HRD to the Asian Context 109 112 118 122 127 134 144 147 PART SIX: EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION AND JOB COACHING 27 Improving Communication in Organization 28 Information Management 29 Job Coaching by Values PART SEVEN: EFFECTIVE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT 30 Conflict Management in Philippine Setting 31 Managing Filipino Time PART EIGHT: EFFECTIVE CAREER MANAGEMENT AND COUNSELING 32 Job Counseling and Career Guidance in Industrial Setting 33 Attitudinal Behavior and Values of Filipino Career Women 189 193 177 181 157 165 169 PART NINE: EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE 34 Management of Change in the Philippine Setting 35 The Consultant and Change 203 237 PART TEN: WESTERN AND OTHER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 36 Work Values of Filipinos and the Application of Western Management Systems 37 Human Resource Management in Japan and Its Applicability in the Philippines and Other Asian Countries 38 MBO in the Philippines: Myths and Realities 39 Matrix Management: The New Organizational Craze 243 248 259 264 273 Bibliography

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