by Rex Godinez Ortega, OC
DEVELOPMENT Academy of the Philippines (DAP) executive Dr. Lizan Perante-Calina’s professorial lecture on Industrial Revolution 4.0 will highlight the third sequel to the Office of the Chancellor-sponsored Management Forum series that is required attendance for the Institute’s top officials and middle-level executives.
Calina, who is the Senior Vice President and Dean of DAP’s Graduate School of Public and Development Management, will talk about the implications of Industrial Revolution 4.0 to governance and management during the 3rd Management Forum that is scheduled to be held in Cagayan de Oro City on October 10 to 11.
Calina teaches on the graduate level at the University of the Philippines – National College of Public Administration and Governance (UP-NCPAG), the University of Makati’s College of Governance and Public Policy, and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines’ (PUP’s) Graduate School.
She is a holder of a master’s and a doctorate degree in Public Administration, both of which she earned from UP-NCPAG.
Aside from Calina’s lecture, the 3rd Management Forum will act as the venue where the priorities of the current administration in the next four years shall be disseminated.
The forum will also feature a review of the Institute’s mission and vision, and seek to reinforce the core values of the Institute.
The Management Forum series debuts in April last year with Chancellor Sukarno D. Tanggol delivering the professorial lecture. Recently retired Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance David N. Almarez becomes the next person to deliver the lecture during the second forum held four months later.