NAMRIA will be a featured partner of the Philippine Australia Human Resource and Organisational Devlopment Facilty (PAHRODF) in an exhibit during the upcoming 2017 Public Sector HR Symposium on 04-06 July 2017.
In line with the event, an interview with Administrator Peter N. Tiangco was held in his office last 22 June 2017. The interview focused on the agency’s state of organization before and after the HR and Organisational Development (OD) interventions of the Australian Government through PAHRODF. Highlighting the interview was Administrator Tiangco’s acknowledgment of the significant contributions of the Australian Government, through PAHRODF, in NAMRIA’s HROD journey to “a more highly-technical and a high-touch organization.”
PAHRODF, an Australian government facility, helps partner agencies by providing strategic interventions to address their organizational development needs. These interventions include training programs, scholarships, mentoring and coaching, business process improvements, organizational design, and change management support.
NAMRIA is one of the government agencies benefitting from the program. The interventions implemented were Strategic Planning Project implemented January- July 2013 which defined the organization’s strategic directions through the NAMRIA Strategy Map; Strengthening Middle-Level Management Training conducted in January-March 2010; awarding of Australian Government scholarships in various fields, e.g., HRM, IT, geographic information technology, and marine science; and other short-term trainings in HROD.
Photo shoots of the Administrator and NAMRIA technical and support personnel at work were also held and will be included in the exhibit.
Administrator Peter N. Tiangco with Chief of Staff Rowena E. Bongalos, Support Services Branch Director Febrina E. Damaso, and Ms. Xenia R. Andres --- photo taken during the photo shoot at the NAMRIA Gallery of Excellence.
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