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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 5, May 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Hindrances That Affects The Capacities Of Lcus’ Successors Employing Mowles’s Philosophy Of Development Management

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AUTHOR(S)

Elisa Cudiamat Cristobal y Evangelista Elizarde and Easter B. Belandres

 

KEYWORDS

Ethical Standards, Innovative, Managerial Capacities, Residency, Result-Oriented, Scholastic, Successors

 

ABSTRACT

The dissertation contemplated the influences that affects the capacities which the successors encountered during the succession through the application of development management in the local and college universities in the Philippines. the paper is persistent to recognize the need of development in the management of presidency in the LCU’s. The purpose of finding out the collective insufficient capacity that the successors have encountered is to develop an innovative and result-oriented management which will be benefited to the LCUs; and to the sake of affected personals such as the non-teaching staffs, students, co-departments, and the like. In perceiving the growth of the LCUs’ management towards the goal of success if dependent to its capability to impact change from its present time to the future times. The study is qualitative-phenomenological, the inter-subjective investigation on the managerial capacities of LCUs is in Philippines. Hermeneutic phenomenology is applied to interpret the interviews from the LCUs’ executives; and involves the usage of Delphi Method to further reduce biases in the study. The study revealed that the familiar inadequate capacities that they encountered are related with ethical standards, scholastic promotion, and corruption prevention.Index Terms— Minimum 7 keywords are mandatory, Keywords should closely reflect the topic and should optimally characterize the paper. Use about four key words or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas.

 

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