Nurturing research in a business school (CBRD report)

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  • Rigor and relevance – twin goals of business research
  • We have committed to support research that promote business and management practices for the common good.
  • Nurturing research in a business school (CBRD report)

    1. 1. (Presented during the Research Directors’ Forum, January 24, 2014, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, 3rd Floor) Raymund B. Habaradas, DBA Director, Center for Business Research and Development Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business De La Salle University
    2. 2. DLSU‟s mission  “To be a leading learner-centered  research university, bridging faith and scholarship in the service of society, especially the poor”
    3. 3. Research@DLSU   The University actively engages in research that secure positive, meaningful, lasting, and inclusive growth in society and contribute to nation-building by seeking to: Alleviate poverty Promote peace and social justice
    4. 4. Research@DLSU   The University actively engages in research that secure positive, meanin gful, lasting, and inclusive growth in society and contribute to nation-building by seeking to: Protect the welfare of women, youth at risk, and other vulnerable sectors of society Create wealth and resources to bridge the various societal divides
    5. 5. Research@DLSU   The University actively engages in research that secure positive, meanin gful, lasting, and inclusive growth in society and contribute to nation-building by seeking to: Provide models and avenues for stewardship of God‟s creation Influence policy, governance, and the management of institutions
    6. 6. Human person at the core 
    7. 7. Challenge:  Ensure both rigor and relevance
    8. 8. Research@RVRCOB   As a signatory of the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), RVR COB has committed to promote the said principles.  These principles encourage us, among others, to “engage in conceptual and empirical research that advances our understanding about the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations in the creation of sustainable social, environmental and economic value”, and to “facilitate and support dialogue and debate” among different stakeholders “on critical issues related to global social responsibility and sustainability”
    9. 9. Center for Business Research and Development   CBRD is the research and advocacy arm of RVRCOB  Goal: Encourage RVRCOB faculty members to engage in research that will advance knowledge and influence policy and practice  Slogan: “Bridging faith and scholarship; Influencing policy and practice”
    10. 10. Our research priorities  Disciplines Thrusts Accountancy Social and environmental accounting Commercial law Consumer protection Industrial relations Entrepreneurship Family business management Social entrepreneurship Finance Microfinance Socially responsible investing Management Corporate governance Corporate social responsibility Humanistic management Marketing Ethical advertising Social marketing
    11. 11. „Business for the  common good‟
    12. 12. Providing a supportive ecology for research  Center for Business Research and Development (CBRD) in cooperation with Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies and various academic departments Goal 1: Create new knowledge Organize capability building activities Set up structures for collaborative research Establish a database of faculty research Provide seed funding for research in priority areas Goal 2: Influence policy and practice Help faculty publish their research outputs Organize research conferences with partners Organize forums for engaging stakeholders Prepare proposals for external funding Establish partnerships w/ industry, gov’t & NGOs Raising the visibility and public profile CBRD
    13. 13. Capability-building activities  Doing action research in your own organization, July 12, 2013, Ariston Estrada Seminar Room
    14. 14. Capability-building activities  Research and advocacy – the RVR COB way, July 26, 2013, 4th Floor, Henry Sy Sr. Hall
    15. 15. Capability-building activities  So you want to go to the Academy? by Dr. Roberto Galang, December 5, 2013, Conference Room B3
    16. 16. Research conferences  1st National Business and Management Conference, August 30-31, University of San Carlos, Cebu City
    17. 17. Research conferences  PRME Asia Research Conference, November 13, 2013, Ateneo Professional Schools, Makati City
    18. 18. Research conferences  PRME Asia Research Conference, November 13, 2013, Ateneo Professional Schools, Makati City
    19. 19. CBRD Lecture 1  Developing the scholar-practitioner by Dr. David Coghlan, July 23, 2013, Waldo Perfecto Seminar Room
    20. 20. CBRD Lecture 2  Quick-but-clean survey research by Dr. Ned Roberto, October 24, 2013, Yuchengco 407-409
    21. 21. CBRD Lecture 3  Enron and lessons learned by Andrew Fastow, November 16, 4th Floor, Henry Sy Sr. Hall
    22. 22. CBRD Lecture 3  Enron and lessons learned by Andrew Fastow, November 16, 4th Floor, Henry Sy Sr. Hall
    23. 23. Internal publications 
    24. 24. Internal publications 
    25. 25. Internal publications 
    26. 26. Ongoing book projects  RVR COB Compendium   Collection of 12 articles on ethics, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and corporate governance  Co-editors: Raymund Habaradas and Denver Daradar  View from Taft  Compilation of 72 articles selected from those published in View from Taft column of Business World over the past 5 years  Editor: Marissa Marasigan  Critical essays on management  Collection of at least 20 articles to be written by full-time and part-time faculty members of the Management and Organization Department, after a series of lectures, open peerreview and writeshops  Co-editors: Liberty Nolasco and Raymund Habaradas
    27. 27. Preparing project proposals 
    28. 28. Externally-funded projects  Title of project Women entrepreneurship in the digital age: The Philippine experience Funding agency Foundation for Women’s Rights Promotion and Development through the Women’s Business Council Philippines Vision 20/20: Road map Philippine Center for Print for the printing industry in Excellence Foundation the Philippines (PCPEF)
    29. 29. Networks and partnerships 
    30. 30. Research Advisory Board  Dr. Eduardo Roberto Dr. Jose Ramon Albert Dr. Elfren Cruz Dr. Raymond Girard Tan
    31. 31. CBRD Collaterals 
    32. 32. CBRD Collaterals 
    33. 33. CBRD Facebook site 
    34. 34. Research activities & actors Utilize internal research funding Strengthen research capability Generate external research funding CBRD and VDRAGS  Conduct relevant and rigorous research along research thrusts • Individual research • In collaboration with other departments and colleges (interdisciplinary) • In collaboration with graduate students (co-authorship) RVRCOB faculty and graduate students Disseminate research output (publication) • DLSU B&E Review • DLSU Business Notes and Briefings • CBRD Working Papers • Newspaper columns • Books Disseminate research output (public forums) • Research conferences • CBRD Lectures • Roundtable discussions with policymakers and key stakeholders CRBR, VD-RAGS, and RVRCOB faculty
    35. 35.  Bridging Influencing faith and policy and scholarship practice
    36. 36. (Presented during the Research Directors’ Forum, January 24, 2014, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, 3rd Floor) Raymund B. Habaradas, DBA Director, Center for Business Research and Development Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business De La Salle University

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