Makati City, Philippines

Asian Institute of Management

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Makati City, Philippines

The Asian Institute of Management "AIM" is a private research university and graduate school of business and public affairs. It is one of the few business schools in Asia to be internationally accredited with the AACSB. It was established in partnership with Harvard Business School and uses the Harvard Business School case study teaching methodology. It was described by Asiaweek magazine as the best in the Asia-Pacific region in terms of executive education.The Institute was established in 1968 in partnership with Harvard Business School, the Ford Foundation, and visionaries of the Asian academic and business communities. It is located in Makati City, Philippines. AIM has a local board of trustees and an international board of governors. Wikipedia.


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Tuan SyCip, 96, mendirikan SGV Group, salah satu firma konsultan dan akuntan yang paling bergengsi dan terbesar di Asia, dan merupakan Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. Beliau mendedikasikan hidupnya untuk memajukan model bisnis berbasis meritokrasi, yang mana setiap individu dapat berkembang tanpa memperhatikan ras dan latar belakang keluarga. Beliau dianugerahi Edmonds Award for International Understanding oleh Dewan Perwalian International House Duta Besar Frank G. Wisner, yang menjabat sebagai Ketua Dewan, dan Susan Stupin, Co-Founder dari Prescott Group.


Tuan SyCip, 96, mendirikan SGV Group, salah satu firma konsultan dan akuntan yang paling bergengsi dan terbesar di Asia, dan merupakan Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. Beliau mendedikasikan hidupnya untuk memajukan model bisnis berbasis meritokrasi, yang mana setiap individu dapat berkembang tanpa memperhatikan ras dan latar belakang keluarga. Beliau dianugerahi Edmonds Award for International Understanding oleh Dewan Perwalian International House Duta Besar Frank G. Wisner, yang menjabat sebagai Ketua Dewan, dan Susan Stupin, Co-Founder dari Prescott Group.


Tuan SyCip, 96, mendirikan SGV Group, salah satu firma konsultan dan akuntan yang paling bergengsi dan terbesar di Asia, dan merupakan Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. Beliau mendedikasikan hidupnya untuk memajukan model bisnis berbasis meritokrasi, yang mana setiap individu dapat berkembang tanpa memperhatikan ras dan latar belakang keluarga. Beliau dianugerahi Edmonds Award for International Understanding oleh Dewan Perwalian International House Duta Besar Frank G. Wisner, yang menjabat sebagai Ketua Dewan, dan Susan Stupin, Co-Founder dari Prescott Group.


Tuan SyCip, 96, mendirikan SGV Group, salah satu firma konsultan dan akuntan yang paling bergengsi dan terbesar di Asia, dan merupakan Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. Beliau mendedikasikan hidupnya untuk memajukan model bisnis berbasis meritokrasi, yang mana setiap individu dapat berkembang tanpa memperhatikan ras dan latar belakang keluarga. Beliau dianugerahi Edmonds Award for International Understanding oleh Dewan Perwalian International House Duta Besar Frank G. Wisner, yang menjabat sebagai Ketua Dewan, dan Susan Stupin, Co-Founder dari Prescott Group.


NEW YORK, May 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- International House, a premier residential community dedicated to preparing the next generation of globally-minded leaders, hosted its 2017 Awards Gala on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Photos accompanying this announcement are available at More than 200 guests joined International House President Calvin Sims at the Rainbow Room in New York City to celebrate excellence in leadership exemplified by Washington Z. SyCip and BNY Mellon. In addition to International House Trustees and Alumni, guests included financier Geovanna Lim, real estate investment executives Ronnie Chan and Lulu Wang, and representatives from Mitsui & Co. and Toyota Motor North America. Mr. SyCip, 96, founded SGV Group, one Asia’s largest and most prestigious accounting and consulting firms, and is Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. He has dedicated his life to promoting business models based in meritocracy, where individuals can thrive regardless of race or family background. He was presented with the Edmonds Award for International Understanding by International House Trustees Ambassador Frank G. Wisner, who serves as Board Chair, and Susan Stupin, Co-Founder of The Prescott Group. “I stayed at International House when I was first introduced to America, at about 18 years of age,” the now legendary business leader recalled. “Thank you for inviting me back. I am so happy and grateful to be here.” BNY Mellon Chairman and CEO Gerald Hassell accepted the Rockefeller Award for Distinguished Philanthropic Service on behalf of his company.  The award was introduced by Peter O’Neill, Chair of the International House Executive Committee and great grandnephew of the late David Rockefeller, who served as an International House Trustee from 1940 until his recent passing. “The mission of International House resonates more than ever in the current climate,” Hassell noted in his acceptance. “This organization’s work to promote cross-cultural understanding and foster harmony and respect between people of different cultures and backgrounds is desperately needed. Thank you to International House for allowing BNY Mellon to be part of that important work.” The evening was also highlighted by the introduction of the International House Welcome Fund, which will support Residents whose personal circumstances may have been adversely impacted by some dislocation – whether on-the-ground realities in their home countries or policy changes in the US or elsewhere. The fund will provide current and future Residents important opportunities for education and leadership development, as well as the benefits that come with a welcoming, international community of peers where different religions and cultures are accepted and celebrated. Pictures from the event are available via Getty Images. Founded by the Rockefeller and Dodge families in 1924, International House is a non-profit programmatic and residential center dedicated to fostering the next generation of global leaders. Each year, I-House serves as home to 700 carefully selected graduate students and young professionals from 100 countries, representing more than 70 leading universities, businesses, and cultural, non-profit, and government institutions. We provide unrivaled opportunities for residents to learn and thrive through daily interaction in a culturally, politically, and economically diverse community and through programs designed to encourage diversity of thought and experience. I-House is the destination of choice for the best and the brightest of the millennial generation who seek the skills necessary to navigate and lead the conversations that will shape our world. Learn more at www.ihouse-nyc.org. The International House Awards were established in 1990 to recognize notable individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to fostering global leadership and community building both within and well beyond its corridors. Previous honorees include American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, opera legend and I-House Alumna Leontyne Price, CNN Journalist and I-House Trustee Fareed Zakaria, and the Ford Foundation.


NEW YORK, May 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- International House, a premier residential community dedicated to preparing the next generation of globally-minded leaders, hosted its 2017 Awards Gala on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Photos accompanying this announcement are available at More than 200 guests joined International House President Calvin Sims at the Rainbow Room in New York City to celebrate excellence in leadership exemplified by Washington Z. SyCip and BNY Mellon. In addition to International House Trustees and Alumni, guests included financier Geovanna Lim, real estate investment executives Ronnie Chan and Lulu Wang, and representatives from Mitsui & Co. and Toyota Motor North America. Mr. SyCip, 96, founded SGV Group, one Asia’s largest and most prestigious accounting and consulting firms, and is Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. He has dedicated his life to promoting business models based in meritocracy, where individuals can thrive regardless of race or family background. He was presented with the Edmonds Award for International Understanding by International House Trustees Ambassador Frank G. Wisner, who serves as Board Chair, and Susan Stupin, Co-Founder of The Prescott Group. “I stayed at International House when I was first introduced to America, at about 18 years of age,” the now legendary business leader recalled. “Thank you for inviting me back. I am so happy and grateful to be here.” BNY Mellon Chairman and CEO Gerald Hassell accepted the Rockefeller Award for Distinguished Philanthropic Service on behalf of his company.  The award was introduced by Peter O’Neill, Chair of the International House Executive Committee and great grandnephew of the late David Rockefeller, who served as an International House Trustee from 1940 until his recent passing. “The mission of International House resonates more than ever in the current climate,” Hassell noted in his acceptance. “This organization’s work to promote cross-cultural understanding and foster harmony and respect between people of different cultures and backgrounds is desperately needed. Thank you to International House for allowing BNY Mellon to be part of that important work.” The evening was also highlighted by the introduction of the International House Welcome Fund, which will support Residents whose personal circumstances may have been adversely impacted by some dislocation – whether on-the-ground realities in their home countries or policy changes in the US or elsewhere. The fund will provide current and future Residents important opportunities for education and leadership development, as well as the benefits that come with a welcoming, international community of peers where different religions and cultures are accepted and celebrated. Pictures from the event are available via Getty Images. Founded by the Rockefeller and Dodge families in 1924, International House is a non-profit programmatic and residential center dedicated to fostering the next generation of global leaders. Each year, I-House serves as home to 700 carefully selected graduate students and young professionals from 100 countries, representing more than 70 leading universities, businesses, and cultural, non-profit, and government institutions. We provide unrivaled opportunities for residents to learn and thrive through daily interaction in a culturally, politically, and economically diverse community and through programs designed to encourage diversity of thought and experience. I-House is the destination of choice for the best and the brightest of the millennial generation who seek the skills necessary to navigate and lead the conversations that will shape our world. Learn more at www.ihouse-nyc.org. The International House Awards were established in 1990 to recognize notable individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to fostering global leadership and community building both within and well beyond its corridors. Previous honorees include American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, opera legend and I-House Alumna Leontyne Price, CNN Journalist and I-House Trustee Fareed Zakaria, and the Ford Foundation.


NEW YORK, May 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- International House, a premier residential community dedicated to preparing the next generation of globally-minded leaders, hosted its 2017 Awards Gala on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Photos accompanying this announcement are available at More than 200 guests joined International House President Calvin Sims at the Rainbow Room in New York City to celebrate excellence in leadership exemplified by Washington Z. SyCip and BNY Mellon. In addition to International House Trustees and Alumni, guests included financier Geovanna Lim, real estate investment executives Ronnie Chan and Lulu Wang, and representatives from Mitsui & Co. and Toyota Motor North America. Mr. SyCip, 96, founded SGV Group, one Asia’s largest and most prestigious accounting and consulting firms, and is Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. He has dedicated his life to promoting business models based in meritocracy, where individuals can thrive regardless of race or family background. He was presented with the Edmonds Award for International Understanding by International House Trustees Ambassador Frank G. Wisner, who serves as Board Chair, and Susan Stupin, Co-Founder of The Prescott Group. “I stayed at International House when I was first introduced to America, at about 18 years of age,” the now legendary business leader recalled. “Thank you for inviting me back. I am so happy and grateful to be here.” BNY Mellon Chairman and CEO Gerald Hassell accepted the Rockefeller Award for Distinguished Philanthropic Service on behalf of his company.  The award was introduced by Peter O’Neill, Chair of the International House Executive Committee and great grandnephew of the late David Rockefeller, who served as an International House Trustee from 1940 until his recent passing. “The mission of International House resonates more than ever in the current climate,” Hassell noted in his acceptance. “This organization’s work to promote cross-cultural understanding and foster harmony and respect between people of different cultures and backgrounds is desperately needed. Thank you to International House for allowing BNY Mellon to be part of that important work.” The evening was also highlighted by the introduction of the International House Welcome Fund, which will support Residents whose personal circumstances may have been adversely impacted by some dislocation – whether on-the-ground realities in their home countries or policy changes in the US or elsewhere. The fund will provide current and future Residents important opportunities for education and leadership development, as well as the benefits that come with a welcoming, international community of peers where different religions and cultures are accepted and celebrated. Pictures from the event are available via Getty Images. Founded by the Rockefeller and Dodge families in 1924, International House is a non-profit programmatic and residential center dedicated to fostering the next generation of global leaders. Each year, I-House serves as home to 700 carefully selected graduate students and young professionals from 100 countries, representing more than 70 leading universities, businesses, and cultural, non-profit, and government institutions. We provide unrivaled opportunities for residents to learn and thrive through daily interaction in a culturally, politically, and economically diverse community and through programs designed to encourage diversity of thought and experience. I-House is the destination of choice for the best and the brightest of the millennial generation who seek the skills necessary to navigate and lead the conversations that will shape our world. Learn more at www.ihouse-nyc.org. The International House Awards were established in 1990 to recognize notable individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to fostering global leadership and community building both within and well beyond its corridors. Previous honorees include American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, opera legend and I-House Alumna Leontyne Price, CNN Journalist and I-House Trustee Fareed Zakaria, and the Ford Foundation.


NEW YORK, May 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- International House, a premier residential community dedicated to preparing the next generation of globally-minded leaders, hosted its 2017 Awards Gala on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Photos accompanying this announcement are available at More than 200 guests joined International House President Calvin Sims at the Rainbow Room in New York City to celebrate excellence in leadership exemplified by Washington Z. SyCip and BNY Mellon. In addition to International House Trustees and Alumni, guests included financier Geovanna Lim, real estate investment executives Ronnie Chan and Lulu Wang, and representatives from Mitsui & Co. and Toyota Motor North America. Mr. SyCip, 96, founded SGV Group, one Asia’s largest and most prestigious accounting and consulting firms, and is Co-Founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management. He has dedicated his life to promoting business models based in meritocracy, where individuals can thrive regardless of race or family background. He was presented with the Edmonds Award for International Understanding by International House Trustees Ambassador Frank G. Wisner, who serves as Board Chair, and Susan Stupin, Co-Founder of The Prescott Group. “I stayed at International House when I was first introduced to America, at about 18 years of age,” the now legendary business leader recalled. “Thank you for inviting me back. I am so happy and grateful to be here.” BNY Mellon Chairman and CEO Gerald Hassell accepted the Rockefeller Award for Distinguished Philanthropic Service on behalf of his company.  The award was introduced by Peter O’Neill, Chair of the International House Executive Committee and great grandnephew of the late David Rockefeller, who served as an International House Trustee from 1940 until his recent passing. “The mission of International House resonates more than ever in the current climate,” Hassell noted in his acceptance. “This organization’s work to promote cross-cultural understanding and foster harmony and respect between people of different cultures and backgrounds is desperately needed. Thank you to International House for allowing BNY Mellon to be part of that important work.” The evening was also highlighted by the introduction of the International House Welcome Fund, which will support Residents whose personal circumstances may have been adversely impacted by some dislocation – whether on-the-ground realities in their home countries or policy changes in the US or elsewhere. The fund will provide current and future Residents important opportunities for education and leadership development, as well as the benefits that come with a welcoming, international community of peers where different religions and cultures are accepted and celebrated. Pictures from the event are available via Getty Images. Founded by the Rockefeller and Dodge families in 1924, International House is a non-profit programmatic and residential center dedicated to fostering the next generation of global leaders. Each year, I-House serves as home to 700 carefully selected graduate students and young professionals from 100 countries, representing more than 70 leading universities, businesses, and cultural, non-profit, and government institutions. We provide unrivaled opportunities for residents to learn and thrive through daily interaction in a culturally, politically, and economically diverse community and through programs designed to encourage diversity of thought and experience. I-House is the destination of choice for the best and the brightest of the millennial generation who seek the skills necessary to navigate and lead the conversations that will shape our world. Learn more at www.ihouse-nyc.org. The International House Awards were established in 1990 to recognize notable individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to fostering global leadership and community building both within and well beyond its corridors. Previous honorees include American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, opera legend and I-House Alumna Leontyne Price, CNN Journalist and I-House Trustee Fareed Zakaria, and the Ford Foundation.


NEW YORK, May 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- International House, a premier residential community dedicated to preparing the next generation of globally-minded leaders, hosted its 2017 Awards Gala on Thursday, May 4, 2017. A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/dbf74c5f-3233-4258-be89-aa9b525dc843 More than 200 Trustees, Alumni, Residents, and friends joined International House President Calvin Sims at the Rainbow Room in New York City to celebrate excellence in leadership exemplified by Washington Z. SyCip and BNY Mellon, as well as pay tribute to David Rockefeller, who served as an International House Trustee from 1940 until his recent passing; his niece Abby O’Neill, who served as a Trustee starting in 1958 until her death; and Dr. Frederic Rueckert, a long-time supporter of the House. All were great advocates for the mission and helped promote the institution’s core values of respect, empathy and moral courage during their lifetimes. “David and Abbey Rockefeller gave International House almost a century of inspiration and we are deeply grateful for their legacy,” Sims noted to guests in his welcoming remarks. “It is a legacy that began in 1924, as a dream…a vision based on kindness…to provide a place of refuge and sanctuary where those coming from afar could feel part of an accepting, inclusive community. And as I look across this grand ballroom, it is indeed validating to see this gorgeous mosaic of diverse people from all corners of the world who have come support this extraordinary institution.” Mr. SyCip, 96, is founder of SGV Group, one Asia’s largest and most prestigious accounting and consulting firms, a Founder and the Chairman Emeritus of the Asian Institute of Management, and has dedicated his life to promoting business models based in meritocracy, where individuals can thrive regardless of race or family background. He was presented with the Edmonds Award for International Understanding by International House Trustees Ambassador Frank G. Wisner, who serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees, and Susan Stupin, Co-Founder of The Prescott Group. “I stayed at International House when I was first introduced to America, at about 18 years of age,” he explained. “Thank you for inviting me back. I am so happy and grateful to be here.” BNY Mellon Chairman and CEO Gerald Hassell accepted the Rockefeller Award for Distinguished Philanthropic Service on behalf of his company.  The award was introduced by Peter O’Neill, Chair of the Executive Committee of the International House Board of Trustees and great grandnephew of the late David Rockefeller. “The mission of International House resonates more than ever in the current climate,” Hassell noted in his acceptance. “This organization’s work to promote cross-cultural understanding and foster harmony and respect between people of different cultures and backgrounds is desperately needed. Thank you to International House for allowing BNY Mellon to be part of that important work.” In addition, International House also paid special tribute to Trustee and Alumnus Donald L. Cuneo, who served as President and CEO of the institution from 1993-2013, for his decades of extraordinary service and commitment. The evening was also highlighted by the introduction of the International House Welcome Fund, which will support Residents whose personal circumstances may have been adversely impacted by some dislocation – whether on-the-ground realities in their home countries or policy changes in the US or elsewhere. The fund will provide current and future Residents important opportunities for education and leadership development, as well as the benefits that come with a welcoming, international community of peers where different religions and cultures are accepted and celebrated. Katie and Peter O’Neill, Mandy and Adam Quinton, and Susan Stupin and Theodore Gamble served as Gala Co-Chairs. Pictures from the event are available via Getty Images. Founded by the Rockefeller and Dodge families in 1924, International House is a non-profit programmatic and residential center dedicated to fostering the next generation of global leaders. Each year, I-House serves as home to more than 750 carefully selected graduate students and young professionals from 100 countries, representing more than 70 leading universities, businesses, and cultural, non-profit, and government institutions. We provide unrivaled opportunities for residents to learn and thrive through daily interaction in a culturally, politically, and economically diverse community and through programs designed to encourage diversity of thought and experience. I-House is the destination of choice for the best and the brightest of the millennial generation who seek the skills necessary to navigate and lead the conversations that will shape our world. Learn more at www.ihouse-nyc.org. The International House Awards were established in 1990 to recognize notable individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to fostering global leadership and community building both within and well beyond its corridors. Previous honorees include American diplomat Richard Holbrooke, opera legend and I-House Alumna Leontyne Price, CNN Journalist and I-House Trustee Fareed Zakaria, and the Ford Foundation.


Hartigan-Go K.,Asian Institute of Management
Drug Safety | Year: 2012

Risk communication in the context of patient care is about conveying balanced information on benefit and risk of medical products and procedures and developments in health. It is an integral part of pharmacovigilance and healthcare communications and involves stakeholders such as regulators, industry, health professionals and patients. In the Philippines, many factors can interfere with effective risk communication and affect the safety of patients when medicinal products are used: poverty, literacy, age, social media, practice and behaviour of health professionals, industry marketing, patient expectations and product quality. These factors must be taken into consideration when formulating effective risk communications to ensure patient safety. © 2012 Springer International Publishing AG. All rights reserved.

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