• Learning To Reinvent Ourselves (How to Make the Philippines a Winner in the 21st Century)
  • Romeo O. Encarnacion

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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-971-011-546-4
    • No. of Pages: 300
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: First Philippine Edition, August 2012




    • Description:

      In this advocacy cum professional memoir, Romeo O. Encarnacion, a Filipino-American business development and human resources consultant, argues that a nation’s economic development depends not solely on the soundness of government policy but also on the character and worldview of its people. He speaks from the perspective of his 22 years of management experience in a Fortune-500 company as well as his nine-year consulting engagement in post-socialist Eastern Europe—an engagement that helped propel a small Bulgarian consumer-products maker into one of Europe’s best and fastest growing companies in 2011. “For us Filipinos to be able to step up to the plate and become globally competitive,” Encarnacion says in the book, “we must first accept the reality of a globalized, competition-driven world economy and really take pains to reinvent ourselves.”

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    • Learning To Reinvent Ourselves (How to Make the Philippines a Winner in the 21st Century)
    • by:  Romeo O. Encarnacion
      • or 3 payments of ₱150 with     
      • ISBN
        978-971-011-546-4
      •     
      • Page length
        300 pages
      •     
      • Dimension
        6 x 9 inches
      •     
      • Edition
        First Philippine Edition, August 2012
      •     

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    Description:


    In this advocacy cum professional memoir, Romeo O. Encarnacion, a Filipino-American business development and human resources consultant, argues that a nation’s economic development depends not solely on the soundness of government policy but also on the character and worldview of its people. He speaks from the perspective of his 22 years of management experience in a Fortune-500 company as well as his nine-year consulting engagement in post-socialist Eastern Europe—an engagement that helped propel a small Bulgarian consumer-products maker into one of Europe’s best and fastest growing companies in 2011. “For us Filipinos to be able to step up to the plate and become globally competitive,” Encarnacion says in the book, “we must first accept the reality of a globalized, competition-driven world economy and really take pains to reinvent ourselves.”

    To browse this book,
    Click this link to its website