About the Research Center for Organizational Development
The Research Center for Organizational Development (RCOD) is a newly established research institute owned and operated by Asia-Pacific International University. Though owned by the university, the Research Center for Organizational Development is a self-supported nonprofit organization. Its main activities are conducting research with the purposes of evaluation and developing theories, methods, and technologies used by social or business organizations for improving organizational performance.
The Research Center for Organizational Development’s mission is to improve organizational performance through research and consultation.
The Research Center for Organizational Development’s vision is to become internationally recognized for significant contributions in organizational development.
- Conduct research that supports our mission.
- Disseminate research findings through publications, seminars, conferences and consultation.
- Develop theories, models and methods that develop organizations.
Our Principal Researchers
Damrong Sattayawaksakool , BBA, BEcon, MBA, PhD(c)
Associate Professor of business.
Bachelor of Business Administration from Payap University ,
Bachelor of Economics from Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University.
Master in Business Administration from Adventist University of the Philippines,
and candidate Doctor of Philosophy from Dhurakij Pundit University International College.
Henry Forster, BSc, MBA, PhD
Professor of strategic management.
Bachelor of Science from Wayne State University,
Master of Business Administration from Eastern Michigan University and
Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership from Andrews University, USA.
Ronny Kountur, BBA, MMgt, DrMgtSc, PhD
Associate Professor of Business and Research.
Bachelor In Business Administration from Klabat University,
Master of Management and Doctor of Management Science from Technological University of the Philippines, and
Doctor of Philosophy in Research and Evaluation from University of the Philippines.