BAGUIO CITY December 31 – The first lady president of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) Baguio-Benguet Chapter assured stakeholders that her leadership will evolve around the comprehensive and effective program management system which is said to be the lifeblood of numerous private and public companies, profit and non-profit worldwide.
Dr. Rhodora A. Ngolob, PCCI Baguio-Benguet chapter president and current Dean of the College of Business Administration of the University of the Cordilleras, said the implementation of the chamber’s 2015 programs and projects will be anchored on the group’s limited human and financial resources but with the ultimate goal of achieving success of the local business industry.
“The organization’s priority and consideration is quality service, share its experience and expertise to its members in particular as well as the business community in general,” she stressed.
She added the organization also looks into the possess of developing individual and collective an honesty nature/quality and behavior of persons anchoring on the quality of being
honorable and upright attitude and action, trustworthiness, truthfulness, free from deceit or fraud, transparent.
Furthermore, she said the chamber embarks on members to have the ability to make changes, bring in new ways of doing things for improvement so as to accelerate production, improve project output but minimize costs of operation.
Ngolob underscored the importance of the members of the organization to be competitive whereby they must have the ability to provide products and services more effectively and more
efficiently than the relevant competitor, the ability to achieve high and rising standards of living.
More importantly, she cited the chamber will try to contribute in sustaining the productivity of its members whereby they will have the capacity to harness its human and physical resources to generate economic growth, is a measure of how efficiently an economy transforms its labor capital, and raw materials into goods and services. “It is the biggest factor in increasing economic growth and rising living standards overtime is the economy’s ability to produce more out of less,” Ngolob said.
Ngolob wants individual members of the organization to have the ability in putting aside his or her individual needs to work towards the larger group objective. The interactions among the members and the work they complete are called teamwork. Teamwork is not only limited to working together but it collectively means to achieve whatever is planned, by helping each other.
“Teamwork is the spirit to care and help for others, support them and then win altogether. Teamwork is a fuel that allows common people to attain and achieved uncommon results. Teamwork is a joint action by two or more people, in which each person contributes with different skills and expresses his or her individual interests and opinions to the unity and efficiency of the group in order to achieve common goals,” she underscored.
She appealed to the members of the chamber to support the implementation of the organization’s planned programs and projects in order to achieve their overall objective of improving the business climate in Baguio and Benguet.