Business for Society: AIM-DLSU Case Book 2018

Business for Society: AIM-DLSU Case Book 2018 is the outcome of the collaborative efforts of the faculty members and researchers of De La Salle University (DLSU)-Center for Business Research and Development (CBRD) and the Asian Institute of Management (AIM)-Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism (ALT-CFT). This case folio aims to sharpen the skills of business students in analyzing concepts, solving problems, and making decisions through the use of various business cases. The cases in this book prompt students to craft strategic and realistic decisions by exposing them to actual management and business situations. This folio strives to develop the competencies of the next generation of business leaders.

The book is currently available for purchase in the DLSU Bookstore and C&E Publishing, Inc. website.

The View From Taft: Perspectives on Responsible Management

“The View From Taft” column started sometime in the 1980s when Raul Locsin, then owner of Business World, agreed to a proposal for faculty members of business teaching at De La Salle University to contribute to the weekly column featured in the periodical. This collection brings together some of the most significant articles published under that column title between 2008 and 2013. It offers the readers a rich gallery of discussions and interventions occasioned by the academic members of the Lasallian institution. The book covers various themes: education, or the mission of a university, multistream management, ethics, dilemmas that human resource managers face, marketing, business technology, persistent social problems, the call for good governance on various levels, and the Aquino administration as a socio-politico-economic case for reflection, discussion, and re-vision.

Rethinking Business: Responsibility and Sustainability, Governance and Finance

Inspired by Catholic Social Teachings and the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), an initiative of the UN Global Impact, Rethinking Business is a volume of thought-provoking researches that sets out to challenge the paradigm of business along the areas of governance, finance, corporate social responsibility, and sustainability. Here is a collection of scholarship in business studies that foregrounds a conviction: that there is a way to bridge profitable business and ethical/humanistic behavior.

At Your Service: Mga Kwento ng mga Kabataang Manggagawa sa Industriya ng Turismo

This book was written for the National Union of Workers in Hotel Restaurant and Allied Industries (NUWHRAIN). NUWHRAIN was organized on 12 October 1970 under the principle of “One Industry One Union”, currently has 43 local chapters with 6,000 members, 19 of which have CBAs and 4,000 dues-paying members. It is run by workers directly elected by, and funded mainly by dues from, its member-workers.

Women Entrepreneurship Studies in the Philippines

This initial research project is an inventory intended to set a baseline of studies already done on women entrepreneurship in the Philippines so we know what are the gaps or what still needs to be studied as a matter of priority. As our readers go through this annotated bibliography of studies on Filipino women in business and entrepreneurship, we hope that we were able to clear some path for future researchers to tread — so that there will be more contributions to this list that can harness bigger ideas and even more powerful collaborations.

Vision 2020 & Beyond: Roadmap for the Philippine Printing Industry

The Philippine Center for Print Excellence Foundation, Inc. (PCPEF) is a non-profit organization composed of the printing and graphic arts practitioners, suppliers, and service providers committed to uplift the printing industry. It is the lead organization for the Printing Industry Roadmap entitled Vision 2020 and Beyond (in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry Board of Investments (DTI-BOI) and De La Salle University Center for Business Research and Development.