Export Management Capstone Project Summit 2016 – A Photo Essay

Photo credit: Ms. Rosette Apolinario and Arlene Sarabia, as organized and directed by Professor Ariel Pineda.

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Venue: DLS-CSB School of Management and IT, Taft Campus’ Duerr Computer Lab2 and M302.

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Why is it that the tallest (and most-handsome) always take the back row during group photo-op?

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The summit kicked-off at the Duerr Computer Lab2, where all the faculty-clusters can be seen here busy with their respective assigned topics.

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Professor RHEnriquez is raising a point here.

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Professors RHE and Sheila, less Jorge, (far-left) are discussing their presentation materials.

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Busy with the issue-at-hand or, Facebook?

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Time to sit-back and relax. Professor RHE’s  cluster is now ready to present our case.

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Professor Sheila: Grrrrr, it’s too cold where I’m currently seated—gotta change seat!

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Professor RHE posing for Rosette’s shot: 1-2-3 click!

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Work done. It’s time to listen to instructions from the organizer.

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Having moved to a suitable plenary-venue (M302), the summit participants are all ears to a colleague’s presentation.

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Professor RHEnriquez is seen here introducing his presentation-topic, and teammates Professors Sheila Salamanca and Jorge Gonzales.

 

Professor RHEnriquez presented his Team’s proposed guidelines for conducting the Technical and Production/ Operations aspects of a business feasibility-study, which can be viewed by clicking here.

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RHE emphasizing an important point to the summit-participants.

Presentations on the marketing, finance, management and organization aspects were also conducted by the the faculty-clusters concerned.

As explained by Professor Pineda at the outset, the overall feasibility-study guidelines will be consolidated from results of this summit; to be deliberated upon, and finalized by a separate committee organized for the purpose.

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About Ramon H. Enriquez MIE&M, RME

Ramon H. Enriquez is a retired business executive who now spends his available time sharing his more than 35 years of industry experiences in the Philippines and abroad (Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Brazil, and Switzerland) as an Independent Management Consultant and as a Professional Lecturer of leading Metro-Manila universities, on the various value-creation and strategy-execution topics that he now specializes: Supply-Chains, Operations, Quality, Enterprise-Projects, and Decision-support---their systems design and management, in particular. His affiliations with relevant leading global industry associations (APICS, CSCMP, PMI, INFORMS, ASQ, ISM among others) keeps him informed and updated on the current and future developments in the above-mentioned fields. He is a lifelong Systems Thinker/ Modeler, and an avid Micro-blogger. His hobby includes Digital-photography/ -graphics, Singing, Acoustic guitar playing, Songwriting, and Audio-recording/ -mixing. When not traveling, he normally spends his time at his Quezon City home-office with his wife, Gay; son, Dax; and dog, Brutus.
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