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Advanced management program in the philippines

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Transcript of Advanced management program in the philippines

MBA story
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Advanced Management Program in the Philippines
The significant event transpired when a management convention of the advance management program(AMP) in the far east was convened in august 1950 in the Philippines. This program became possible when some Filipinos business managers attended AMP at Harvard. The Filipinos who attended the various sessions of the program realize the importance of the course in the development of business in the industry in the country. The program was jointly sponsored by Ateneo De Manila, De La Salle, and the University of the Philippines. A management institution was establish in the country whose objective is to develop the manegerial skills of the Filipino entrepreneur as well as his asian brothers
MBA story
In the history of professional education training is a relative newcomer. Up to the end of the new 19th century, business training for the most part meant apprenticeship, either in the family firm or as a trainee in of the larger trading houses or merchant banks. A Venetian entrepreneur of the 14th century could have Pennsylvania, made possible by an endowment from the american industrialist Joseph wharton by the century of business, schools had been establish at the university Chigaco and the University of California at Berkeley.
In the history of professional education training is a relative new comer. up to the end of 19th century, business training for the most part meant apprenticeship, either in the family firm or as a trainee in one of the larger trading houses or merchant banks. The University of Chicago was the first to offer a graduate business program. from its humble beginnings at the turn of the century, MBA programs have grown immensely. The MBA program has become more popular among students.
today approximately 800 american business schools offer MBA. Most of MBA program have a similar core curricular, american schools and for foreign institutions which rely heavily upon the american model.
There is no question that the MBA degree has been an immense success. the dean of the Wharton school, Thomas P. Genity said:"companies think they are getting bright, articulate educated people. the market wants more of this people, and the market will continue to want them as long as we continue top people it feeds of itself.
H.J Leavet, in his article"management and management education: what's right and what's wrong?" argues that the management education over the past 30 years has been preoccupied with teaching the use of analytic methods to solve problems.
Leavet thinks it possible, but doing it is the challenge facing MBA program over the next decade.
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