Grasping the power of effective narratives is the way to go in the VUCA World (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous).
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The Institute of Autonomy and Governance (IAG) had its culminating national forum last 20 June 2017 with the topic, “Promoting Political Climate and Stability for Peace.” The project report covering three years of promoting political climate and stability for peace in the Bangsamoro was presented as well as the case study of the ARMM as […]
PUBLiCUS Asia assists the Delegation of the European Union in its information-education-communication (IEC) campaign for its development cooperarion projects.
Last May 15-16, 40 members of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)-United Bangsamoro Justice Party (UBJP) were trained to identify, understand, and appreciate the components of effective communication skills as key to a winning campaign. PUBLiCUS Asia Founder/ CEO Ma. Lourdes N. Tiquia lead the training and challenged the MILF-UBJP to be proactive in correcting […]
Last March 28, PUBLiCUS Asia Inc., Founder and CEO Ma. Lourdes N. Tiquia spoke before the members of the Juvenile Justice Welfare Council (JJWC) during their 3-day training on Legislative Advocacy, Social Mobilization, and Knowledge Management held at the Continuing Education Center of the University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna.
At the heart of 5th ASEAN-EU Business Summit held last March 10, 2016 in Manila is to increase in investments and market penetration. During the summit, there was an air of optimism that ASEAN member economies will continue to grow and be a place for market expansion. Today, EU is ASEAN’s 2nd largest trading partner while ASEAN is EU’s 3rd largest trading partner.
PUBLiCUS Asia, Inc. is publishing the first coffee table book on Provincial Capitols of the Philippines.
How does one become “change resilient” to the challenges posed by the VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous)?
What good are policies if not implemented? This question echoed as one of the top concerns of environmental planners, national and local government officials, as well as other professionals during the 25th PIEP National Convention with the theme “Politics, Policy & Planning” last November 8 to 10 at Dusit Thani Manila, Makati City.
The line “Gano’n rin po ang opinyon ko,” is a typical response among passive participants in focus group discussions. Not only does it put a good amount of information to waste, it also hinders researchers from getting accurate data by way of faulty recall and biased thinking.