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ZSDM and ALT-CFT conduct a program on Managing Tourism for Development for TIEZA

Thirty-one officers of TIEZA completed a one-week program, Managing Tourism for Development: A Strategic Planning and Business Development Program, developed by AIM through the Zuellig School of Development Management and the Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism.


(80) NSC on the National Security Policy and Its Organization

NSC_3.JPGRear Admiral Vicente Agdamag, AFP (retired), Undersecretary of the National Security Council (NSC) and Dr. Lorenzo A. Clavejo, Director V of the Strategic Planning Office of NSC, discussed the coverage and content of the National Security Policy (NSP) for 2011 – 2016 and the elements, processes and the functions of the Organization for National Security (ONS) for the 80th Dev@Work Seminar.


ZSDM, CHEERS, and PSDMN partner to host Psychological First Aid Videoconference Training Seminar

The Asian Institute of Management, as one of the The World Bank – Tokyo Development Learning Center’s partner institutions, was one of the two Philippine sites for Psychological First Aid (PFA): Mutual Support for Resiliency After Crisis. This videoconference session covered the basics of PFA  as discussed in WHO’s PFA Field Guide and was held in partnership with CHEERS and PSDMN.


ZSDM runs Results-Based Management and Leadership for the Royal Govt of Bhutan
RBML_1.JPGLast May 25 to June 5, 32 public managers of the Royal Government of Bhutan participated in the first Results-Based Management and Leadership (RBML) program customized by the AIM Zuellig School of Development Management. This development executive course ran under Program Director Professor Patricia L. Lontoc, DPA.More>>

(79) Ms. Shikha Jha on the Importance of Good Governance in Developing Asia
Dev at Work 79 1.JPGAs part of the Zuellig School’s Development@Work Series, Ms. Shikha Jha visited AIM to discuss Prof. Anil Deolalikar’s findings about the relationship of governance and development in Asia. His book, ‘Governance in Developing Asia’ is the first regional report on governance, empowerment and inclusive development. It provides important analysis for policy makers, businesses, academics, and civil society.

Uncharted: MDM 2015 Goes Off the Beaten Track

LT8_4.jpgLast April 29, the Asian Institute of Management’s Zuellig School of Development Management held the 5th Annual Rapid Area Assessment Photo Exhibit. Entitled “Uncharted: MDM 2015 Goes Off the Beaten Track,” the evening showcased 36 choice photographs by the students and a short presentation on their findings and insights about the MDM class of 2015’s Rapid Area Assessment (RAA) immersion in 9 remote municipalities in the Philippines.


Communication for Communicators Year 3 is open for new applications!
C4C logoThe Communication for Communicators (C4C) School, a 6-month blended learning scholarship, is now open for applications! The C4C aims to have scholars design and implement a localized health communication project on Local Health Communication Project targeting Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, Family Planning, Adolescent and Youth Reproductive Health, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS.More>>

ZSDM runs 6th Economic Development and Diplomacy seminar for DFA Heads of Posts
thumb Last May 5 to 7, 2015 the Zuellig School ran an Economic Development and Diplomacy seminar for the Department of Foreign Affairs' Heads of Posts. This strategic management and leadership seminar is the sixth of these organized training programs specifically designed for the DFA since 2012.More>>

ZSDM launches project management book by Prof. Amerasinghe
NA_booklaunch_5.JPGLast April 15, AIM launched “Design, Appraisal, and Management of Sustainable Development Projects” by Professor Nihal Amerasinghe, a former development banker, project management practitioner, and a renowned academic and trainer with extensive experience in the Asia Pacific region. This publication is a project management book for development practitioners in the public domain, focusing on the practical use of tools.More>>

2015 First Quarter Review

For the first quarter of the year, ZSDM launched some of its degree and non-degree programs, as well as customized programs for public and private clients and partners. The school also organized events and conferences, inviting notable speakers from the different fields of development to take part and share their knowledge and experiences. Research papers and books have also been published, in line with ZSDM's commitment to contribute to sustaining Asian development.