In present-day society, the need to manage indigenous knowledge is widely recognised. However, there is a debate in progress on whether or not indigenous knowledge can be easily managed in the context of Higher Education Institutions. The purpose of this survey is to identify current best practices in educational institutions in the Philippines that could… Continue reading Would you like to participate in a research project to better understand the process for managing indigenous management knowledge in Higher Education Institutions?
Indigenous management has gained momentum in research and teaching at universities and business schools worldwide. However, most often indigenous management knowledge does not transform into teaching curriculums and programs in business education. The research project is called: ‘ Indigenous knowledge in management education: a process model based on empirical research in Higher Education in the… Continue reading New research project investigates the knowledge creation process of indigenous knowledge in Philippines
Thirty years after the successful implementation of the Doi Moi policy, the emergence of large Vietnamese firms offers the opportunity to better understand management practices in this emerging market, then contributing to the development of global management knowledge. Based on secondary data analysis, the authors investigate some locally-meaningful constructs and measures in some Vietnamese firms,… Continue reading Indigenous Management Research in Vietnam: new research initiatives
At the International Seminar on ‘Chinese Emerging Multinationals and the Globalisation of Management Knowledge’ which took place on August 17th 2018 at the Bulacan State University, Philippines, Jean-Yves Le Corre, Director of Asia Center for Management Indigenous Research & Education, encouraged participants to develop a critical understanding of commonly accepted ‘Western- centred’ management approach and… Continue reading Globalisation of Management Knowledge: the role of Transnational Education
Concluding on their article in Special Issue of the Asia Pacific Journal Management with the focus on the theme of indigenous management research in Asia, authors concluded: ‘Also, this Special Issue only covers three countries in Asia (i.e., China, Korea, and India), so we still know little about the indigenous phenomena in other Asian countries,… Continue reading Scholars highlight the need for indigenous management research to reach all countries in Asia…
Recent article highlights indigenous knowledge systems, practices can help promote forest sustainability through the practice of muyong in Ifugaos in Cordillera Mountains of the Philippines https://doi.org/10.1080/21513732.2015.1124453
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