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Asian Management Brief

Both Sides of the Coin

This article was originally published by the Asian Management Brief on 13 September 2016. You may access the article through this link (http://cmp.smu.edu.sg/amb/article/20160913/both-sides-coin). 

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SME Associations Towards Business Integrity and Compliance

This manual presents why and how small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Philippines have become vulnerable to corruption. It also emphasizes the importance of collective action in bringing individuals together in the fight against corruption. It further explores the crucial role of SME associations not only in promoting collective action, but also in leading SMEs towards the path of integrity.

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Volume 1 Issue 4: Devolution and Governance Cases
Five cases under the Hills Program on Governance of the AIM Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr. - C.V. Starr Center for Corporate Governance

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Case Study

Managing Organizational Change at Philippine ElectroQuest, Inc.

Abstract: Philippine ElectroQuest, Inc. (PhilEQ) is embarking on an organizational change that involves the devolution of traditional line functions performed at the Manila head office to their three manufacturing and engineering sites in Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga; Mandaue, Cebu; and Roxas Avenue, Davao City.  The reorganization has created anxiety and demoralization in the sites, with personnel unaware of their future under the new setup. 

This case was written by Jose Andres Limcaoco under the supervision of Prof. Francisco L. Roman, DBA, Executive Director, and Mary Kris N. Visperas-Camua, Deputy Director of the AIM Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr.-CV Starr Center for Corporate Governance.
 
Copyright 2015, Asian Institute of Management
 
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Mr. Juan Gonzales: A Valued Bank Depositor or Money Launderer?

Abstract: The case concerns a “valued” bank depositor. It calls for a review and assessment of whether the client engaged in money laundering or the bank’s branch failed to carry out customer due diligence, ongoing monitoring, and compliance measures in line with the Anti-Money Laundering Act (AMLA). The case highlights corporate governance in the banking sector, particularly on the basic reportorial and procedural requirements/guidelines of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) in accordance with the AMLA. It also inquires into the role of bank managers, compliance officers/auditors, the Board, and other responsible officers in implementing and enforcing compliance and risk management practices. 

This case was written by Jose Andres Limcaoco and Cindy Jane Justo under the supervision of Prof. Francisco L. Roman, DBA, Executive Director, and Mary Kris N. Visperas-Camua, Deputy Director of the AIM Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr.-CV Starr Center for Corporate Governance.

Copyright 2015, Asian Institute of Management

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Case Study

A Dysfunctional Succession Plan

Abstract: The case concerns an “overstaying executive”. It highlights the need for the Board to make a decision on whether to hire a new person for a permanent senior executive position or to allow the retired Senior Vice President to retain the position as a consultant. It also explores the important roles of the Board and management in developing a succession plan for the company.

This case was written by Juanito Gomez under the supervision of Prof. Francisco L. Roman, DBA, Executive Director, and Mary Kris N. Visperas-Camua, Deputy Director of the AIM Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr.-CV Starr Center for Corporate Governance.

Copyright 2015, Asian Institute of Management

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Case Study

Tax Shield on Remuneration

Abstract: The case presents a company’s strategy to improve governance quality and corporate transparency to discourage unethical and/or non-compliance practices. It highlights the Board’s decision to comply with government rules and regulations on income tax by removing the tax shields it had previously provided its officers. The case also underscores the challenge the Board faced to identify measures in reforming the company’s compensation plan, and in particular, to mitigate the effects of their decision both to the company and its officers. It also draws attention to the roles and responsibilities of the Board and Board committees in addressing the dilemma at hand.

This case was written by Juanito Gomez under the supervision of Prof. Francisco L. Roman, DBA, Executive Director, and Mary Kris N. Visperas-Camua, Deputy Director of the AIM Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr.-CV Starr Center for Corporate Governance.

Copyright 2015, Asian Institute of Management

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Case Study

Governance in the Ayala Corporation

Abstract: The case highlights the Corporate Governance practices of the Ayala Corporation—a fundamental attribute of the Corporation’s long-standing success and lasting impact in the industry. The case then explores the various engagements of the Ayala Corporation with Private-Public Partnership dealings as part of the firm’s commitment to the country’s economic development.

This case was written by Prof. Francisco L. Roman, DBA, Director, and Mary Kris N. Visperas-Camua, Deputy Director of the AIM Ramon V. del Rosario, Sr.-CV Starr Center for Corporate Governance, with research assistance of Clarice G. Crisostomo.

Copyright 2014, Asian Institute of Management

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Collective Action Against Corruption
Business and Anti-Corruption Initiatives in ASEAN
Profiles of selected business collective action models from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand; Plus relevant agreements, frameworks, and tools for business collective action against corruption
A project of: ASEAN CSR Network
With funding support from Foreign Commonwealth Office
Research and writing by: Hills Program on Governance

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A Framework to Promote Good Governance in Healthcare
No. 13-021
By: Kenneth Y. Hartigan-Go, MD

Marian Theresia Valera
Mary Kris N. Visperas
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Anti-Corruption Manual for SMEs

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2009 Corporate Governance Trends in the 100 Largest Publicly Listed Companies in the Philippines

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Political and Social Foundations for Reform: Anti-Corruption Strategies for the Philippines
By: Michael Johnston

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2008 Corporate Governance Trends in the 100 Largest Publicly Listed Companies in the Philippines

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Corporate Governance Trends in the 100 Largest Publicly Listed Companies in the Philippines, 2002 to 2007

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Islam and Historical Development: Dialect of Text and Community
By: Leonardo R. Silos
COPYRIGHT 2009

PhP 650.00

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Brahman and The Ethos of Organization
By: Leonardo R. Silos
COPYRIGHT 2006
PhP 650.00

The book is focused on "Thinking through Asian Management."

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Of Guilds, Companies, Corporations, and Governance: A Conceptual Sketch
By: Leonardo R. Silos
COPYRIGHT 2005
PhP 650.00

The book is a conceptual sketch of the different stages of historical development of the corporation and its governance.

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Towards Improved Corporate Governance: A Handbook on Developing Anti-Corruption Programs
COPYRIGHT June 2005

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Whistleblowing: Awareness, Attitudes and Structures: A Research Monograph
COPYRIGHT 2005

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Managing Corporate Governance in Asia: Options, Positions, and Emerging Structures
Edited by Felipe B. Alfonso and Branka A. Jikich
PhP 550.00

Papers and speeches from a Corporate Governance Forum held in September 2003 in Manila.

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