Business Strategy, Empowerment, And Stakeholder Relations in Two Cooperatives: An Organizational Analysis

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Ligaya C. Rubas

 

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This paper examines the distinctive business strategies, people empowerment, and stakeholder relations employed by two selected cooperatives in Pres. Roxas, Cotabato, and Kapatagan, Digos. Using the framework on organizational development process, this study shows how these cooperatives were able to cope with their organizational problems and issues; and what interventions they made to recoup their position and instill renewed hope among their stakeholders.
The Green Valley Multi-Purpose Cooperative positioned itself as a primary agri-marketing cooperative in Pres. Roxas, and eventually branched out to other major rice-producing areas in the Cotabato province. Its strong financial condition that allowed it to expand its savings and loans into a banking service was in large part due to the strong relations it had developed with cooperative alliances, and in its innate ability to effectively manage the member’s investments.
The Kauswagan Cooperative managed to bolster its vegetable trading after its long operational slump. The coop management’s recognition of their organizational problems and their renewed effort to recover their large collectibles, complemented with the establishment of an internal control system, enabled them to embark on a transparent and sustainable cooperative undertaking.

Keywords: business strategy, empowerment, stakeholder relations, organizational analysis, human capital, cooperatives.
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Barangay Mintal, Davao City: The Little Tokyo of Prewar Philippines, 1900-1942

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Evelina E. Ayson, Andrea V. Campado

 

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This paper is a modest attempt to chronicle the events in prewar Davao, focusing on Barangay Mintal. Essentially a sociohistorical study, this paper recounts local history as well as the social processes of migration, adaptation, and political economic transformation resulting from the activities of a foreign migrant group in the area—the Japanese. Accounts are largely based on available literature and the experiences of selected men and women who have lived through the said period.
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Architectural Landmarks in Davao City: Value-Based Approach to the History of Architecture

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Rowena Santos Delgado

 

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For years, Davao City (and Mindanao in general) has been caught up in the myth that it is the Land of Promise. As such, it has suffered an identity crisis because of the flux of migrants and the clash of cultures caught up in the web of historical processes that emphasized change and progress. It is difficult to plot the historical trajectories of change without archaeological or architectural basis.
This research is supports the assertion that it is more desirable to study Architecture within the context of the cultures that produced it. Specifically, it aims to identify and classify the architectural landmarks in Davao City through a Workshop conducted with the Davao Historical Institute.
The initial output of the research was to produce a compilation of architectural landmarks presented in a video documentary for the purpose of formal documentation and interpretation. The video documentary features the architectural landmarks as the outgrowth of the historic, symbolic, social, economic and aesthetic values of a place and its people. These are the values that associate or connect people with structures.
The identified and categorized landmarks are intended to instill knowledge and appreciation of architectural works as monuments the local community would take pride in not merely on the basis of its form and function, but on the basis of the values placed on these structures.

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