October 02, 2023
To further ensure the effective coordination and communication among employees of the Commission, the Bangsamoro Commission for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (BCPCH-BARMM) conducted an activity entitled BCPCH Regional Office 3rd Quarter Management Committee Meeting 2023, from September 28 to October 1, 2023, at Villa Amparo Garden Beach Resort, Island City of Samal, Davao del Norte.
Spearheaded by the Commission’s Chairperson and concurrent BCPCH Maguindanao Commissioner Salem Y. Lingasa, Ph. D., the BCPCH Regional Executive Director Akmad D. Mama, along with the Division Chiefs, the activity aimed to discuss specific programs, activities, and projects of the Commission for the year 2023 including the catch-up plan from the year 2022. It also designed to assess matters and analyze the current budget utilization, identify and resolve issues hindering programs executions, and allocate resources by engaging efficient and strategic solutions.
With the presented discussions, the activity provided a structured environment and developing strategic plans to the Commission’s programs and activities, opened an opportunity to set priorities, and established clear direction for the future programs and activities and catch-up plans. It also provided a result in better long-term decision-making and increased the Commission’s organizational efficiency through suggestions and recommendations provided.
Meanwhile, Chairperson Lingasa, reiterated in his Opening Message the objective of this activity by able to identify, analyze, and provide solutions of the problems encountered in conducting the Commission’s programs and activities. With this, the Commission can be able to minimize future problems in conducting these programs and activities through preventive analysis.
In addition, Chairperson Lingasa, underscored the importance of spiritual aspect to every BCPCH employee. “When you woke up in the morning, you should check your intention and review your working ethics especially with your co-employees. Once your intention and working ethics are good, your day will be efficient.” – He stated.
By conducting this activity, the Key Officials of the Commission were able to recognize the importance of regular management committee meetings to ensure effective coordination and communication within the office that served as a vital platform for discussing issues, evaluation of programs and activities, and strategizing the entire operation of the Commission.
BCPCH is the primary institution in preserving the history, culture, arts, tradition, and rich cultural heritage of the Bangsamoro people across the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao. The Commission is currently under the leadership of Chairperson Salem Y. Lingasa, Ph.D.