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Batapa-Sigue: The age of teleworking
WE HAVE reached unprecedented numbers of company closures, business cessations, either temporary or permanent, and displaced workers around the globe due to Covid-19. As many parts of the world hit massive recession, leaders and citizens alike saw how numbers of ...
Batapa-Sigue: Do leaders care about the future?
HOW many of our leaders today are conscious about the fact that the decisions they make will certainly have an impact on the future? Resources are scarce and there is a need for a more conscientious use of public funds, ...
From 8 days ago
Batapa-Sigue: Covid-19 can never stop Masskara
IT LOOKS like the world is marking Bacolod’s Masskara Festival this October with people wearing face masks in streets and public places in almost all countries these days. But seriously, especially for real Bacolodnons, who would not have heard of ...
From 13 days ago
Batapa-Sigue: A leader that empowers others
THE fulfillment of a true leader is to create more leaders. True leaders do not seek power for power’s sake but seek to empower others. And a select few are destined to be mentors for others. I am blessed in ...
From 21 days ago
Sigue: Contactless last quarter holidays
THE last quarter of every year for almost every Filipino means a period of celebration and abundance. Unfortunately, it may not be the case this year. Still, I am hoping we can remedy the situation by being more resilient and ...
From 28 days ago
Batapa-Sigue: A world in disorder
THE Global Preparedness Monitoring Board (GPMB), an international body monitoring and evaluating preparedness for countries for natural and man-made disasters including a pandemic, issued an annual report for 2020 on September 14 and titled it: A World in Disorder.I am ...
From 36 days ago
Sigue: Who is in charge?
THE Covid-19 pandemic has become a real-time, wide-screen litmus test for public health systems of countries around the world, as well for local government units (LGUs) in the Philippines. Why would LGUs be directly accountable for health services? It is ...
From 48 days ago
Sigue: Old tricks versus new virus
ALL we see are withered faces with worn-out expressions. Why? The Covid-19 pandemic has battered the brains of our leaders so badly that hopelessness is painted all over their long faces. While we want to pity them as citizens, we ...
From 55 days ago
Sigue: Designing with stakeholders de-risks solutions
EXPERTS from the University of the Philippines forecasted that the Philippines will reach 130,000 cases by end of August. Sadly, this week we already surpassed the 140,000-mark and it is just mid-August. We are now probably starting to ask ourselves, ...
From 78 days ago
Sigue: Disruptive leaders design the future
IT IS evident that our government leaders today failed to show strong collaboration and results-driven strategic management of the Covid-19 pandemic. Each department is competing instead of working in a synchronized manner. Our leaders miserably lack empathy such that they ...
From 100 days ago