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Best in Class Paradigm: A Case of Filipino Human Capital Leaders in Selected Organizations in United Arab Emir

Published in Cybernetics and Informatics (IMSCI)
Volume: 1
Pages: 70 - 75

The twenty first- century describes the critical management considerations for winning in the new era of intensified global competition in setting goals, gathering business intelligence, and building contracts to positioning in new markets. This study benchmarks the best practices of Filipino human capital leaders of selected organizations in the United Arab Emirates. The descriptive method was utilized and sample size of two hundred seventy nine (n=279) was ascertained from selected private entities. The study also employed a series of in-depth interviews as part of data gathering and analysis. The research findings revealed that Filipino human capital leaders excelled in the context of leadership, information and analysis, strategic policy and planning, people, quality process, product and services, organizational performance                                    primary task of talent managers. The needs and aspirations of human beings were the reasons for organized effort in society. The Filipino human capital leaders must continue its quest for excellence by utilizing useful complements such as the ability to deal smartly at all times. Progress can be pursued through quality work and deep commitment to the broader common g

About the journal
JournalProceedings of The 12th International Multi-Conference on Society
PublisherCybernetics and Informatics (IMSCI)
Open AccessNo