Entries by Ian Benedict Mia

Take an adventure that makes you MAD!

If you were too caught up trying to live and put food on the table, would you still sing and dance? The Aeta community was hit with extreme poverty when Mt. Pinatubo erupted in 1991. Left with infertile soil, damaged crop lands, and the will to survive, the Aetas in Yangil stopped singing and dancing […]

Organizing in Disaster-Vulnerable Environments: Emerging Role of Grassroots, Entrepreneurs, and Corporate Players in Resilience Building

To create resilient communities in disaster-vulnerable environments, the ‘big vision’ for the research community is to tell the multiple narratives of the private actors helping make the Philippines resilient. The goal is to have an organic interdisciplinary, multi-stakeholder, and representative network of private actors who can openly exchange knowledge and collaborate on impact-oriented projects on disaster […]

People, Planet, Profit: On the economics of sustainable tourism in Asia

Last November 10, 2018, the AIM-Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism conducted a round table discussion (RTD) during the 6th National Business and Management Conference  titled “People, Planet, Profit: On the economics of sustainable tourism in Asia”. The RTD covers the initial research work done by contributing authors to the book project initiated by […]

Playing with FIRe: Dr. Teehankee highlights responsible business and management research in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, consisting of many promising emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics, to name a few, has also brought a different level of complexity to the world today. One of which is the conduct of business and management research in the era of the FIR. During a plenary session in the […]

BanKo president highlights financial inclusion, SEMEs during 6NBMC talk

“Financial inclusion for the unbanked and underserved”—this is the highlight of BPI Direct BanKo Inc., A Savings Bank President Mr. Jerome Minglana’s keynote address during the 6th National Business and Management Conference Mr. Minglana talked about the products and services of BPI Direct BanKo, Inc., which offers mostly financial solutions to the unbanked and underserved. […]

DLSU CBRD, PAoM hold 6NBMC

The DLSU Center for Business Research and Development (CBRD), in partnership with the Philippine Academy of Management (PAoM), held the 6th National Business and Management Conference (6NBMC) last November 9 to 10 at DLSU – Manila. The theme for the 6NBMC is “Sparking a digital economy: The use of technology in business and management for […]

CBRD, BDS conduct sharing session on case study research

The DLSU Center for Business Research and Development (CBRD) and Business Doctoral Society (BDS) held a sharing session on case study research by Ms. Bianca Villar on November 20, 2018. Villar presented her dissertation titled “Architecting purpose-driven improvisation towards organizational effectiveness in extreme environments: Case narratives from organizations during Typhoon Haiyan”. The dissertation positions itself […]

CBRD-SERN attends knowledge sharing event on IIX Foundation’s “Roadmap for Strengthening Social Entrepreneurship in the Philippines”

The DLSU Center for Business Research and Development – Social Enterprise Research Network (CBRD-SERN), represented by Patrick Adriel Aure and Ian Benedict Mia, attended the IIX Foundation’s knowledge sharing event on the proposed “Roadmap for Strengthening Social Entrepreneurship in the Philippines” on November 20 at the Asian Development Bank. With the roadmap, IIX aims to […]