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The Asian Institute of Management (AIM) mourns the loss of its founding chairman and Chairman Emeritus, Mr. Washington SyCip who joined His Creator on 07 October 2017.

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Jikyeong Kang receives human resource development award on behalf of AIM from the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia. AIM cited for sustaining the growth of a balanced management education with Asian ethical values and culture.

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September 12, 2017

My Grandfather, My Hero

Jonathan Kyaw Thaung recalls the epiphany that led to the birth of his foundation. Thaung participated in the Birla Family Council Dialogues under the grant from the Basant & Sarala Birla Chair in Asian Family Corporations, an AIM professorial chair held by Professor Andrea L. Santiago, PhD.

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Incoming AIM Board Chairman, Peter Garrucho Jr. OBE, has served in three cabinet posts for two Philippine Presidents (Corazon Aquino and Fidel Ramos). In March 2000, Queen Elizabeth conferred on him the title of Honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

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Over the years, countless AIM alumni have received national and international citations. But until recently, no alumnus has ever had the distinction of receiving the prestigious Legion of Honor (Ordre national de la Légion d'honneur), France’s highest military and civilian award.

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So transformative was Clarence’s AIM training, that she developed the courage and street smarts through the student exchange program to study and explore Europe on her own! Today, she successfully engages stakeholders in her role as Country Brand Manager at a large multinational FMCG firm.

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When placed under immense pressure, big minds expand even more and consider the world around them; small minds contract and see only the immediate, personal problem.

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So you’re an engineer ― but do you know which key decisions investors make before they greenlight an engineering project? An engineer’s inability to answer this question led him to embark on a new learning journey

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The forum seemed like AIM Day, quipped Mr. PC Chen, AIM Alumni Association of Taiwan President and one of the roundtable forum participants. Called “New Southbound Policy: Opportunities, Challenges and Human Capacity Building,” the forum was organized by the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic…

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