People Development in the Face of AFTA

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Presented during the 2013 PHILSUTECH NATIONAL CONVENTION

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8/15/2013 1 People Development in the Face of AFTA Presented by JOJO M. VITO, PhD

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8/15/2013 33 People Development in the Face of AFTA Presented by JOJO M. VITO, PhD

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8/15/2013 34 AFTA stands for ASEAN Free Trade Agreement which involves the removal of obstacles to freer trade among member states. This includes the abolition of high tariffs or taxes on traded goods and the scrapping of quantitative restrictions and other non-tariff barriers that limit the entry of imports.

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Countries that agree to eliminate tariffs among themselves: Brunei Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand Myanmar Cambodia Laos Vietnam Regular Observers Papua New Guinea Timor-Leste The most recent ASEAN meeting was observed also by : China Japan South Korea India Australia New Zealand 8/15/2013 36

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The formation of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is one of the most significant issues nowadays but also the least discussed. When fully implemented in 2015, it is expected to transform the economic environment in the region. The design for the region as a single market & production base is presented in the document entitled ASEAN Economic Community Blueprint approved by the ASEAN heads of states in 2007. 8/15/2013 37

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The blueprint has 5 core elements and general features such as: free flow of goods , which will be done through the elimination of tariffs free flow of services , allowing companies to supply services across national borders within the region free flow of investment , allow infusion in specific industries free flow of capital , lower restrictions on foreign direct investments free flow of skilled labor , allowing professionals to practice their profession within the region 8/15/2013 38

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8/15/2013 39 Another ISSUE is the social cost of integration. As goods and products from other countries flow in, production and income of local companies with the same products will be affected. Closure of small enterprises will mean laying off people dependent on these enterprises.

The blueprint has 5 core elements and general features such as: :

will the integration bring about opportunities for the local producers to develop capacity to enhance its products, or will it s t un t the growth of local companies as more efficient suppliers from other developed countries are coming in. 8/15/2013 40

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We’re not the only one –worried… 8/15/2013 41

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Source:Journal of Management and Social Sciences Vol. 4, No. 2, (Fall 2008) 134-141 Impact on Malaysian Industry: . Increase intra-ASEAN competition from lower cost producers. Declined competitiveness of traditional export industries:- High labor cost Lack of resources and expertise Technology obsolescence . Removal of protection e.g. quota system, monopoly status. . Complying with 40% local content rule. . Develop competitive local Small and Medium Industries:- Too focus on domestic market Heavily dependent on single or few buyers Lack of expertise and backward technology 8/15/2013 42

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Impact on Malaysian Industry: . Removal of protection e.g. quota system, monopoly status. . Complying with 40% local content rule. . Develop competitive local Small and Medium Industries:- Too focus on domestic market Heavily dependent on single or few buyers Lack of expertise and backward technology 8/15/2013 43

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Why AFTA for the Philippines? 8/15/2013 44

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8/15/2013 45 Amidst the apprehension, the Philippines presented the following reasons for accession to AFTA (Source: Primer on AFTA Implementation prepared by the Tariff Commission, 1994.)

Why AFTA for the Philippines? :

8/15/2013 46 1.Bigger Market: For potential exporters and manufacturers, AFTA immediately means a bigger market of 330 million consumers instead of the small domestic market of 64 million.

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8/15/2013 47 2. Cheaper Inputs: With lower tariff duties on ASEAN products, it becomes possible for domestic products to obtain sources of inputs from ASEAN suppliers.

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3. More Investments: Because of the larger ASEAN market and the possibilities for cheaper sources of supply, the country becomes morel attractive to both domestic and foreign investors. 8/15/2013 48

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8/15/2013 49 4. Greater Efficiency: AFTA is a step towards global efficiency as local manufacturers confront pressures from competing imports.

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8/15/2013 50 5. Consumer Benefits. For Filipino consumers, tariff cuts and free imports will mean availability of a variety of cheaper goods of better quality. This comes not only because cheaper imports will become available, but also because local industries are forced to innovate and become more efficient.

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8/15/2013 53 THE FOCUS OF PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE FACE OF AFTA

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EFFICACIOUS having the power to produce a desired effect 8/15/2013 54

THE FOCUS OF PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE FACE OF AFTA:

8/15/2013 55 2013 BULAWAN AWARD WINNER LUMINARY CATEGORY

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8/15/2013 56 ASEAN companies have to take some major steps in order to gain market share, profitability and stay ahead or remain afloat amidst competition … People development…

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8/15/2013 57 1. Maintaining efficiency and productivity 2. Management of costs and quality 3. Enhance technology and skills 4. Restructuring and rationalizing the industries 5. Consolidation or relocation of business 6. Producing high value-added products 7. Undertake product design and development 8. Establish strategic partnerships and alliances 9. Merger or takeover 10. Upgrade marketing as key driver of business and 11. Adopting international standard

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A time for HR to be more aggressive in partnering for bottom line results… But it can be difficult…. 8/15/2013 58

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CHRONIC ILNESSES OF INSTITUTIONS INTERVENTIONS 1 No shared vision ,mission, goals & values Strategic visioning, culture building 2 Wrong strategy to achieve the VMG Business planning 3 Weak organizational structure & systems Process /Quality Improvement, Re-engineering 4 Wrong leadership style & Practices Leadership/ Mgt Development Professional development 5 Poor Skill/Talent Selection, Mix & Dev’t Recruitment, Career Dev’t , Performance Management 6 Low Respect & Trust for each other Teambuilding, Organizational , Climate Building 7 No Honesty & Integrity Values Clarification/Formation Source: Dr. Flor Glinoga 8/15/2013 59

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8/15/2013 60 “All major companies need global citizens . Global sensitivities, global perspective, global insight; along with maturity and a capacity for risk-taking, are exactly the skills every major organization is looking for – in every industry.” - Kevin Gill, Global Director of Staffing for Honeywell

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But what does it mean to be “globally competent”? Attributes of globally competent workers: (1) Appreciation for other cultures (2) Proficiency in working in or directing a team of ethnic or cultural diversity (3) Ability to communicate across cultures (4) Opportunity to practice in a global context through international internship, as service learning opportunity, a virtual global project, or some other form of experience (5) Ability to effectively deal with ethical issues arising from cultural or national differences Source: http://globaltech.syr.edu/news.aspx?recid=213#sthash.3nv4cwaX.dpuf 8/15/2013 61

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8/15/2013 62 “In today’s world, the status quo is tantamount to a kind of educational isolationism. That is unacceptable … HR must be equipped to prepare employees for the opportunities and challenges of globalization/integration.”

But what does it mean to be “globally competent”? :

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