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close this bookOrganizational Performance and Change Management - Workshop proceedings - October 1-3, 1997, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR), Philippines (IIRR, 1997)
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View the documentManagement and production team

Management and production team

Organizing committee

Che Dominguez

Marisse Espineli
Angelina C. Ibus

Sandra Libunao
Danilo Songco

Ben M. Maata, Jr.

Evita Perez

Technical advisory group
Julian F. Gonsalves
Angelina C Ibus
Sandra Libunao
Ben M. Maata, Jr.

Publication production team

Bebot Lucero

Production coordination
Joy Rivaca-Caminade

Administrative support
Yvette V. Mercado
Marina Oro

Nilam Ashra
Joy Rivaca-Caminade

Desktop publishing
Evangeline C. Montoya
Librado L. Ramos

Rolly Nicart

Cover design
Bernie Remoquillo

"This workshop was only the beginning of our continuing efforts to strengthen our organizations, our ways of management and our levels of performances. Our ways of managing and doing development should be characterized by critical thinking, commitment to quality and the realization of effective outcomes."

Ben M. Maata, Jr.
Programme Director, PhilGerFund

"I walked out of that workshop a changed person. Hearing the experiences of other executives on improving organizational performance and in managing make-or-break changes challenged my thinking, broadened my perspective and made old principles come alive again. I recommend this workshop proceedings to those who want to excel in the leadership and management work."

Evita A. Perez
Executive Director, World Vision

"Development organizations in the Philippines have matured tremendously in the past decade. We create and re-create changes not only in civil society, but also in our own internal organizational landscape. Efforts like this help keep our commitment for social change burning."

Ma. Aurora Francisco Tolentino
Executive Director, PBSP