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Filipino Style of Management

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Honleth Mamaril

on 25 February 2014

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VIII. Managerial Leadership-Pinoy Style
E. Filipino Style of Management

How did the Pinoy Management style evolve?
Ms. Honleth H. Mamaril
Dr. Ederlinda M. Fiesta

Manager by "Kayod"
the Realist
- Kayod is a Filipino term that means to
it out or give oneself to
He cuts down problem into a manageable size
Does first things first
He is a "sigurista".

He has gut feel.

He knows how to use people.
- means availing on a

loves to get by
, he deals with people
This manager will always find loopholes to avoid hard work or
utilize an excuse for failure.
Manager "by Lusot "
is Spanish word for “book”. This manager
literally goes by the book.
seeks quality results and has high ideals.
He usually has adequate
formal training in management
Mataas ang tingin sa sarili
Manager "by Libro"
Oido comes from Spanish oir, “to listen”
This manager acquires his managerial skills by
playing it by ear.
He has
vast field

of practical experiences
that compensates for his lack of formal education.
He is the
of "libro" manager
Manager "by oido"
By ear
Manager "by Ugnayan"
"The Hybrid"
"Reconciler Manager"
He is a
of all types of managers.
has balance
“Ugnayan” managers
exemplify highly resilient, highly adaptable men of the first order.
What is management?
Dr. F. Landa Jacano
the needs of the family as a group are more important than the needs of any individual family member.
It is the
Filipinos give to
interpersonal relations or face-to-face encounters.
The tendency to
display emotion freely
or to
rely on or place too much value on emotion.

It compromises
a group of one or more people or entities.

Management is doing things right
leadership is doing the right things
A manager is someone who works with and through other people by coordinating their work activities in order to accomplish organizational goals in a changing nature of organizations.

Who is a manager?
He is fast decision maker, impatient and shrewd
He has a talent of "kayod ng Kayod"
likes to resort to
shaky deals
to achieve easy settlement,
avoid headaches and believes
no-money-no work
Planning oriented
Strives for professional performance
Thinks before deciding
Believes in contingency management
Shares his knowledge
has excellent behavioral skills
chooses well
-According to him (Jacano:1997), The Filipino management style derives from the dominant features of the
Filipino Culture
The manager by kayod (Realist) applies the jungle method.
The manager by libro (Idealist) opts for high-quality candidates with suitable degrees and training.
The manager by ugnayan (Reconciler) gets partly experienced applicants, tries them out and screen them meticulously
The Manager by lusot (opportunist) headhunts
How do they take in people?
The manager by kayod (Realist)
does-evaluates-plans a little-does
The manager by libro (Idealist)
plans a lot-does-evaluates-replans alot.
The manager by ugnayan (Reconciler)
evaluates-plans-does and at the same time evaluates again
The Manager by lusot (opportunist)
plans-does-does again and again
How do they act during implementation?
‘Not all managers are good leaders, but all good leaders can be managers’

Good managers can be good leaders, good leaders can be bad managers and every combination in between!
Practice Golden-Rule 1 of Management
in everything you do. Manage others the way you would like to be managed.
- Brian Tracy
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