7 Things I learned After 5 Years of Teaching

After teaching in college for more than 5 years, I can summarize the lessons I’ve learned. I realized that the lessons can only be ‘learned’ through experience. Teaching is complicated. They say teaching is a profession that creates all other professions. Her students may become future scientists, engineers, lawyers, CEO’s even terrorists or politicians. That’s … Continue reading 7 Things I learned After 5 Years of Teaching

Proud of my students’ achievements @ UA&P event

Last February 24, 2017, me and my undergraduate students went to the University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P) in Pasig City to present their project Hydra in a school-initiated research conference. The event was not very big but various students from undergrad to PhD were prepared to present their papers. I was really pushy … Continue reading Proud of my students’ achievements @ UA&P event

7 reasons why you should take up a Master’s degree

I'm currently preparing for my final term for my Master in Information Systems (MIS) degree. It's a short break from the stress in school. Looking at what I've learned and accomplished so far, I would like to share my top 7 reasons why you should take up a Master's degree. (I'm not going to discuss … Continue reading 7 reasons why you should take up a Master’s degree

Presented at the 14th NCITE and toured Dipolog City 2016

It was my first time to submit a research paper in a national conference. In the academe, getting support is a challenging task because you need to convince the admin that the paper you will be presenting is worth the expenses. I'm happy that my boss, the dean of the school was supportive of this initiative. The research … Continue reading Presented at the 14th NCITE and toured Dipolog City 2016

If Telstra will start its operations in PH, here are the q’s they should ask…

So we had an activity in our Business Intelligence class- which is to write key intelligence questions for Telstra that will help in shaping their strategic map. We need to ask the right questions to help them build a solid plan. The good thing about writing Key Intelligence Questions is to ask questions based on … Continue reading If Telstra will start its operations in PH, here are the q’s they should ask…

Learning Log 6: Competence, Accountability & Indicators

The last topic that we discussed is about competence as a prelude to the creation of our final paper. Competence is the specified level of requirement to qualify for a particular role. There are a lot of job postings that show the competence level that the ideal candidate should have. However, sometimes the motivation of … Continue reading Learning Log 6: Competence, Accountability & Indicators

Learning Log 5: Tacit to Explicit Knowledge

One of my important realizations in Human Capital is that there are things that you do at work that matter a lot in a company. Unfortunately, the company neither notices it nor gives value/invest on it. That's why it's essential to classify tacit (implied) knowledge that contribute to the human capital of the organization. I … Continue reading Learning Log 5: Tacit to Explicit Knowledge

Learning Log 4: Human Capital Case Studies

The Case Studies in Human Capital Management are very interesting because these really are happening in the real world. Unfortunately, the issues are not discussed in the corporate world because it's quite taboo or sensitive. The usual cases that we encounter in Human Capital are: 1. office politics; 2. unfair promotion; 3. too much expectation; … Continue reading Learning Log 4: Human Capital Case Studies

Competitive Intelligence & Ethics

For the past meetings in business intelligence, one important thing I learned is to ask the right questions. Companies need to be able to ask the right questions to cope up with the market and provide a sustainable product or service. However, a lot of ethical issues arise from doing competitive intelligence. For instance, is … Continue reading Competitive Intelligence & Ethics