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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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ISSN 2277-8616



Controlling Managerial Challenges In The Local And College Universities Through Response-Based Theory

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AUTHOR(S)

Easter B. Belandres and Elisa Cudiamat Cristobal y Evangelista Elizarde

 

KEYWORDS

Adaptability, Administrative Capabilities, Advancement, Executive Selection, Executive Succession, Managerial, Progression

 

ABSTRACT

The dissertation studied the responses of the presidents of the local and college universities which will be the stepping stone to develop solutions and outgrow more the advancement to varied challenges that they are commonly experiencing, such as in the areas of, complexity, relationship building, academic qualifications, poverty alleviation, and political malpractices. It also aims to know the qualitative implications of the LCU presidents on transformative management on the basis of the LCUs managerial mind setting; adaptability, critical innovations and change vis-à-vis Radicalization; personal skills and professional competence vis-à-vis Praxis; challenges and Difficulties vis-à-vis Problem-Posing Method; harmonious relations among LCU. This paper is determined to know the significance difference of succession in executive selection between the presidents appointed inside and outside the LCU. Second, the effectivity of management style of the presidents in the areas of complex issues, relationship building, academic qualifications, poverty alleviation, and political malpractice. In addition, perceiving the qualitative implications of the LCU presidents on transformative management. The study is qualitative-phenomenological, the inter-subjective investigation on the managerial capacities and executive succession of LCUs 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 or prejudices from the first to second iteration inherent in the study. To distinguish the management style of the presidents of LCU, praxis is administered to know the different perspectives of the executives. The result of the study showed that the executives

 

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