Management Practices and Communication Patterns of Lyceum De Cebu: Bases for Enhancement


This study sought to determine the extent of implementation of the basic management functions and the effectiveness of the organizational communication patterns manifested in Lyceum de Cebu in order to recommend proposals for enhancement to the school’s administration. The descriptive survey method was used in this study which utilized researcher made questionnaires as the main instruments of data collection and were complemented with unstructured interviews to verify the responses given by respondents of the study. A panel of experts determined the validity of the instruments during the proposal learning. The assessments as to the extent of manifestation of the implementation of the management functions in Lyceum de Cebu revealed that in terms of the planning and organizing functions, these were manifested to a very great extent by the non-teaching staff and the teaching staff, planning was manifested as a very great extent. With regards to the effectiveness of the organization's communication patterns, the downward and lateral communications were both regarded as very effective by both the teaching and non-teaching staff. The Fisher’s t-test of differences revealed that there were no significant differences in the assessments made by the teaching and non-teaching personnel on the extent to which the following management functions and communication patterns. In the light of the findings of the study, the proponent concludes that even though the school was able to implement sound management practices and manifested an effective organizational communication pattern all throughout the hierarchy, still, there were certain areas where improvements can be made.

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Juneth Lourdes Fiel Miranda, Keimyung University, South Korea
Asterion Tenedero Miranda, Jr. Keimyung University, South Korea

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Conference: ACSET2015
Stream: Education and Technology: Teaching

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