Management and Organization Department

Vision, Mission, and Core Values

Our vision

Inspired by the Lasallian Guiding Principles and Catholic Social Teachings, we seek to be a leading academic department that integrates faith and management practice through values-based management education and research geared towards promoting integral human development and sustainable value-adding organizations in ASEAN.

Our mission

To develop competent, humanistic, nationalistic, and socially responsible business leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs that serve as change agents in society.

To provide formal and continuing education and training to interested professionals, not only in business but also in other fields that require management expertise.

To advocate humanistic, sustainable, and responsible management practice through research-based writings, collaborative discussions, and service engagements with businesses, government, and civil society.

To create an environment that enables students to take responsibility for their learning through innovative, creative, and collaborative educational approaches

To build a collegial work community that supports each member’s personal and professional growth.

Our core values

As the “heart and soul” of the Ramon V. del Rosario College of Business, we stand by the Lasallian values of Faith, Zeal for Service and Communion in Mission.

Expected Lasallian Graduate Attributes

Attributes Desired Learning Results
Critical and Creative Thinker We want a Lasallian who:

  • Generates sustainable value for business and society at large
  • Explores business and organizational ideas critically
  • Analyzes problems and comes up with decisions based on sound reasoning –
  • Constructively challenges the status quo and comes up with innovative alternatives in approaching problems or opportunities
Effective Communicator We want a Lasallian who:

  • Communicates effectively change initiatives and plans in an organizational and systems context
  • Expresses business and organizational ideas clearly and persuasively to aid in management decisions, organizational improvement, systems development and various stakeholders’ interests
  • Relates effectively with people of different backgrounds
  • Listens and obtains feedback from stakeholders
Reflective Lifelong Learner We want a Lasallian who:

  • Searches continuously for higher purpose and deeper meaning of work and promotes these to others
  • Engages in conceptual and empirical research that advances understanding  of roles, dynamics and impact of corporations in the creation of sustainable social, environmental, and economic value
Service-Driven, Ethical, and Socially Responsible Citizen We want a Lasallian who:

  • Can partner with managers and entrepreneurs to meet social and environmental challenges and explore effective and morally sound approaches to meet these.
  • Works for inclusive and sustainable organizations as well as the local and global economies
Technically proficient and competent professionals and leaders We want a Lasallian who:

  • Is a competent and socially responsible business leader, professional and entrepreneurs for the local and global markets that will help business organizations become robust organizations that could serve as engines of economic growth and development
  • Inspires and builds high-performance teams and organizations