PMDP Welcomes the last batch of scholars for this year

The Public Management Development Program welcomed the last batch of the Middle Managers Class for this year last September 9, 2016 at the DAP Conference Center in Tagaytay City. The 13th batch of the Middle Managers Class is composed of 41 high-performing, high-potential public managers in the bureaucracy who were nominated by the heads of their… Read more »

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SECRETARY DELA PEÑA DELIVERS BRIEFER OF DOST PROGRAMS, PROJECTS, AND ACTIVITIES

The participants of the 2nd Public Management Development Program (PMDP) Leadership Conference held last September 1 and 2 at DAP Tagaytay City were treated to an informative session about the breakthroughs in the field of science and technology. This was provided by no less than the new Secretary of the Department of Science and Technology… Read more »

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NEDA Secretary sheds light on the puzzle of poverty reduction

From the perspective of an economist, where is the Philippines now and where are we going? And why is it important that we know? These are just a few of the questions that Socio-Economic Planning Secretary Pernia tried to answer during the 2nd Public Management Development Program (PMDP) Leadership Conference held last September 1-2 at… Read more »

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DBM Secretary Diokno recognizes the important role of PMDP alumni in the work of developing our country

The newly-appointed Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno delivered a short but stirring message to the participants of the 2nd Public Management Development Program (PMDP) Leadership Conference held last September 1 and 2 at DAP Tagaytay. Addressing an audience of almost 300 public managers and executives, Secretary Diokno talked about the formidable task of carrying out the… Read more »

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MMC Batch 12 Banyuhay Ends Residential Training with Christmas in September

Excited for what is ahead, the Middle Managers Class Batch 12 – Banyuhay composed of 39 scholars from various government agencies in the country, celebrated the last day of their Residential Training in DAP Tagaytay last September 23, 2016. The activity with the theme “Christmas in September” was attended by DAP President Antonio D. Kalaw,… Read more »

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PMDP invites it’s alumni to participate in the second leadership conference exhibit

The much awaited PMDP 2nd Leadership Conference is happening on September 1 and 2 at the DAP Conference Center in Tagaytay City. This year’s theme is “Continuity in Change” in light of the crossover to a new administration. It aims to be a venue for discussions on emerging concerns and issues that may directly or indirectly effect… Read more »

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DOST Secretary lauds DAP; Challenges PMDP graduates to help country and “not sit on their laurels”

Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Secretary Fortunato T. De La Peña has lauded the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) for its nearly 500 academy alumni of the Public Management and Development Program (PMDP) that comprise the corps of trained development-oriented officials envisioned to take on the reins of management in the country’s bureaucracy.… Read more »

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SENATOR-ELECT DE LIMA ENCOURAGES PMDP SEC BATCH 5 TO HAVE A HEART FOR PUBLIC SERVICE

The Public Management Development Program (PMDP) welcomed the fifth batch of the Senior Executives Class last June 20, 2016 at the Development Academy of the Philippines Conference Center in Tagaytay City. Former Justice Secretary and Senator-elect Leila M. de Lima served as Keynote Speaker at the event. “It is an honor to be in this… Read more »

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PMDP HOLDS FIRST INTER-BATCH SPORTSFEST

In line with the goal to foster stronger ties, camaraderie and break the monotony in the scholars’ academic lives, the Middle Managers Class Batches 11 and 12 had the First PMDP Sportsfest last June 5, 2016. The sportsfest started with a Cheerleading Competition. To add excitement and challenge, DAPCC staff from various departments have been invited to judge. Before… Read more »

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INVITATION TO APO SELF-LEARNING E-COURSES ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The Asian Productivity Organization (APO) in cooperation  with the Development Academy of the Philippines will implement  APO self-learning e-courses on (1) Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation: Basic Course and (2) Green Productivity and the Environmental Management System. To those who are interested, here are more information about the free e-courses.

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