Alcid, Reynaldo Galam, DPA

Dean

Institute of Graduate Studies

 

Area of Specialization

Human Capital Mgt. & Labor Relations, Philosophy of Mgt. , Principle of Ethics in Mgt., Strategic Management and E-Governance

Academic Degrees

Doctor of Public Administration, 2007

University of the Philippines-Diliman

Masters in Business Administration,1997

University of the East-Manila

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1978

University of the East-Manila

Selected Research, Publications and Creative Works

Technocracy, technology, and the “24-Hour Bureaucrat” in an Industrializing State. Graduate School Research Journal, University of the East. Volume 7, Number 1 (December 2003)

Success Indicators for Managing ICT Systems for e-Governance. Initiatives Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship and 3rd International Conference on Engineering and Business Education Sponsored by the Hochschule Wismar University of Applied Sciences, Technology, Business and Design (Wismar, Germany), Shijiazhuang University of Economics (Hebei, China), and La Consolacion College (Manila, Philippines) Hotel Sofitel, Manila, 16-18 November 2010

Sustainable and Ecotourism Development in the Philippines: Theory and Application.Graduate School Research Journal, University of the East Volume 11, Number 1 (December 2007)

The 24-hour Bureaucrat: Its Role in Promoting Political Development. Graduate School Research Journal, University of the East. Volume 6, Number 1 (December 2001)

The Role of the Computer as Artificial Intelligence: The Emerging 2-hour Bureaucrat. Graduate School Research Journal, University of the East. Volume 5, Number 1 (December 1999)

The Government Overseas Scholarship Program: Proposed Transfer of Administrative. Graduate School Research Journal, University of the East. Volume 4, Number 1 (December 1998)

e-Governance Perspective to Strengthen the Policy and Institutional Framework for ICT in the Philippines. Dissertation presented to the Faculty of the National College of Public Administration and Governance, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City (March 2007)Technocracy, Technology, and the “24-Hour Bureaucrat” in an Industrializing StateGraduate School Research Journal, University of the East