Proceedings of The 5th International Conference on Research in Business, Management and Economics
Hei’s Stakeholders in Manila: Expectation and Willingness for Limited Face-to-Face Classes
Aldrin C. Agasen, Rodolfo E. Cabardo, Mark Chris M. Lapuz and Marichu M. Alvarez
The study is a descriptive comparative that assesses the willingness and expectation of the critical stakeholders for the limited F2F classes. The research utilized descriptive and inferential statistics, reliability, validity, and normality test. The study revealed that the organization’s construct got the highest expectation among the respondents, consisting of the physical learning environment and health services followed by the community and education aspects. Similarly, the stakeholders are willing to participate in the limited F2F classes if the physical learning environment and health care services and system are well planned and executed. The study also found out that there is a significant difference in both willingness and expectations among the stakeholders of the selected Higher Education Institutions in Manila.
keywords: limited face-to-face; tertiary education; expectation; willingness of HEI’s stakeholders .