Filed under: Pseudo-Corporate Life | Tags: OrCom, Organizational Communication, twitter, UP Manila
Okay, let’s assume you already know that Twitter is insanely popular, and is currently the fastest growing site; why not jump in the bandwagon? If you’re looking for a cheap media solution to promote your brand/service/product, isn’t Twitter the way to go?
So if I was tasked by a corporation to head the Twitter tactic of their new social media plan, I would definitely:
Filed under: Organizational Communication | Tags: Alvina Antonio, Arven Eusebio, Arvin Razon, Debate, Jorron Monroy, Noemi Guerrero, OrCom, Organizational Communication, speech communication, UP Manila
Before we can become brilliant public relations, corporate communication, human relations, advertising, marketing, or *insert field here* practitioners, we have to be good presenters first. Form and substance in presentations are both vital to corporate success. Every day involves some form of presentation—whether for conversing with friends, reporting in class, reciting, or bargaining with a department store sales person. Even in the first phase of getting a job, like in interviews, who’d want to accept a scruffy applicant who cannot explain properly why she should be part of the company?
So the point is this: in the Organizational Communication program, students like me are taught that immersing into the corporate culture of our company, aligning strategies with company goals, or implementing changes in the organization cannot go without basic skills like presenting well.
Filed under: Organizational Communication
University of the Philippines Manila offers various undergraduate degree programs, such as Nursing, Biology, Behavioral Sciences, Medicine, Area Studies, and Computer Science. Yet among the spectrum of programs in the University, only one degree program you can place me in: Organizational Communication. Now I’m not saying I’m the paragon Organizational Communication (OrCom) student, rather, I’ve been in the program long enough (3+ years) to know that there is no other degree program for me but the UP Manila pioneered program called OrCom.
Filed under: Pseudo-Corporate Life | Tags: Alvina, Asus 1005HA, brands, Canon Ixus 860IS, Creative, Elle, Eskulin, Evian, Giga, Kingston, MaxMara, Moleskine, Nintendo DS Lite, Nivea, Nokia E63, OrCom, Organizational Communication, UP Manila
I like to talk about productivity, and how my need for it exceeds that of any desire. To be unproductive is death, especially when taking breaks from work results in a truckload of pending tasks. So of course, I come to school well-equipped for daily tasks.