Rene Y. Paquibut, Ph.D

Associate Professor

Abu Dhabi Campus

+971 2 6133529

rene.paquibut@aau.ac.ae

Education

PhD in Business Management, University of Bohol, Philippines

PhD in Education, University of San Carlos, Philippines

Master in Business Administration, Universtiy of San Carlos, Philippines

Master in Education, Cebu Technological University, Philippines

Bachelor of Business Management, University of the Philippines, Philippines

Diploma in Education, Cebu Technological University, Philippines

Research Interests

Strategic Management, Quality Assurance in Education, Education, Human Resource Management

Selected Publications

 

  • Managing Organizational Change to Meet the Research-Teaching Nexus: The Case of an HEI in the Sultanate of Oman, International Journal of Educational Management, ISSN: 0951-354X, December 2019.
  • Using the Moodle to Support Teaching and Learnig of Math. Opcion.Vol. 35, Special No. 23, December 2019
  • Building Research Ethos from the Ground up Using McKinsey 7-S Framework: The Case of the Modern College of  Business and Science, Asian Journal of Education and Training, November 2017, Vol 3, No 2 (2017), pp. 92-96, doi 10.20448/journal.522.2017.32.92.96
  •  A system evaluation theory analyzing value and results chain for institutional accreditation in Oman, Quality Assurance in Education, April 2017, Vol. 25 Issue: 2, pp. 161-170, doi 10.1108/QAE-06-2016-0030 
  •  Value Chain Approach to SME Development: The Case of the Tourism Sector of Bohol, Philippines, Autumn 2013, Global Review of Business and Economic Research, ISSN 0973-127X
  •  The Effects of Globalization Policies on the Food Security of Rice in the Philippines, 2012, Devotio: Journal of Business and Economic Studies
  •  A Survey of Selected Travellers: Input to Tourism Planning and Development of Ormoc City, 2011, Journal of Business Studies
  •  Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, 2011, BBC PrintStop
  •  Adult Learning and the Value Chain as Tools for Participatory Planning, 2009, Journal of Business Studies
  •  Championing the Social Mission from the Top: A Guide for Boards of Directors of Not-for-Profit Organizations, 2008, Pearl2-CIDA
  •  Challenges at Work, Practices that Work: Learning from 300 Years of Experience, 2007, Pearl2-CIDA
  • Executive Directors Series, 2006, Pearl2-CIDA

Teaching Courses

Principles of Management, Project Management, Quality Management, Human Resource Development, International Business Management, Small Business Management, Talents Management, Organizational Behavior

Memberships

American Society for Quality - ASQ.org

Article

A system evaluation theory analyzing value and results chain for institutional accreditation in Oman

Published in: Quality Assurance in Education

Apr 01, 2017

/ Rene Y Paquibut

This paper aims to apply the system evaluation theory (SET) to analyze the institutional quality standards of Oman Academic Accreditation Authority using the results chain and value chain tools.In systems thinking, the institutional standards are connected as input, process, output and feedback and leads to the achievement of the final result. This allows the analysis of the value-creating chain of activities and the chain of results. Quality assurance can be achieved by higher education institutions when these standards and criteria are viewed as a chain of achievable results and value creating activities.The output of the analysis is a results chain and value chain map of institutional quality standards that will be useful in strategic management and quality standards compliance.


Article

Building research ethos from the ground up using McKinsey 7-S framewor: The case of the Modern College of Business and Science

Published in: Asian Journal of Education and Training

Jan 01, 2017

/ Rene Y Paquibut

The aim of this paper is to document the experience of the Modern College of Business and Science (MCBS) in building its research ethos as a quality management case study. The new strategic plan of MCBS gives focus on Research and Consultancy as one of its five strategic perspectives. Motivated by its aspiration to contribute to the growth and sharing of knowledge, the college embarked on the task of developing a systemic and systematic approach to build the hard and soft elements of institutional research using the McKinsey 7-S Framework. On one hand, the hard elements of strategy, structure, and system were designed through a series of dialogue within the college’s academic community. On the other hand, the alignment of the soft elements of shared values, skills, style, and staff to the hard elements was emphasized in a series of workshops. The outcomes include: 1) Policies and guidelines; 2) Research Agenda; and 3) Mechanisms for results.