Cubiclue is a resource for working people. If the average person spends 30% of his or her life working, it’s not enough to be satisfied with a mediocre work environment. At Cubiclue we hope to open the discussion among employees as well as their superiors. What makes a company succeed? What makes an organization gel? What do I do to make my working life easier or more rewarding? We hope to help with all of these questions as well as in navigating the corporate maze. More about Cubiclue here.
Cubiclue’s creators got the idea of coming up with a website when they started having a management discussion in the comments of a Facebook status. They realized that they both had a few sentiments to share about maintaining a good organization, and that people are interested in sharing their experiences and learning more about building a life in any workplace. Interestingly, they are both Jills-of-all-trades!
Maita Beltran is our management go-to girl at Cubiclue. She has a diverse work background as management consultant, entrepreneur, translator, motivational speaker, and kusinera. Maita applies her skills to understand the intricacies of running corporations. She diagnoses people/process/systemic-related business issues. She is an independent OD practitioner with consulting companies that partner with local and global clients, facilitating groups of 10-800 employees for the following programs: Leadership Development, Strategic Planning, Vision-Mission-Values Formation & Cascades, Sales Kick Offs, Team Development, Emotional Intelligence, Conﬂict Resolution, and Change Management. Maita has a diploma in Biology at the University of Santo Tomas, currently working towards obtaining a diploma on Human Resources and Organizational Development at the Ateneo de Manila University CORD. She is also a visual artist, a PADI-certiﬁed Rescue Diver and Emergency First Responder, and a single parent to three dogs.
Kia Sison is our web developer and editor at Cubiclue. She currently works in an event-driven investment partnership in New York City where she is frequently exposed to how management styles can make or break a company. Before this, she was the Practice Manager of an animal hospital where she had hands-on experience in small business issues and employee relationships. She was managing a 40-location retail corporation in Manila when she left for New York in 2002, one semester away from completing her MBA. Kia received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of the Philippines. Kia writes articles about business, food and travel, art, essays, fiction and poetry, and is a multi-sport athlete. She is married and lives in Brooklyn. More about her current projects and exploits here.
Aissa Ang is currently a full-time MBA student and scholar at the Asian Institute of Management. She completed her undergraduate studies from the Ateneo de Manila University in 2009. Her areas of experience are in human resources and marketing from large reputable multinational companies. She hopes to graduate by December 2013, and will re-enter the global corporate arena shortly after.
Dette Armada is currently an associate at a multinational investment bank producing profit & loss reports, and risk controls. She is taking her Masters in Development Economics at the University of the Phlippines School of Economics in Diliman. She hopes to do research and policy making in the field of Development Economics in the near future.
Atty. Renchi May M. Padayao is a lawyer, government employee as well as a developmental work enthusiast.
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