This is a joint product thesis entitled: Case study of the process used in implementing a job description formulation, a project design, and a participatory macro training design for MINPARRD in Mindanao, The Phillipines. This case study is intended as both a reference tool and resource material for development professionals interested in examples of successful implementation processes of development models used during the internship phase of the School for International Training's Master's Program in International Management (PIM) These implementation processes are presented in both written and illustrated formats to fully demonstrate the authors' work.
MINPARRD is an acronym for Mindanao Technical Assistance Program for Agrarian Reform and Rural Development. It is with this grassroots development project that the thesis authors completed their PIM internship requirements, Alex as MINPARRD's Training Officer, and Mary Ann as their Management/Liaison Officer.
** Please note: This thesis is written in the third person for the convenience of the readers.
Business Administration, Management, and Operations | Human Resources Management
Remolador, T. Alexander and Remolador, Mary Ann, "Case study of the process used in implementing a job description formulation, a project design, and a participatory macro training design for MINPARRD in Mindanao, The Phillipines" (1998). Capstone Collection. 980.