Our Partners

Pioneering KM and Organizational Learning

We have assisted international organizations, private firms, government agencies, non-government and other development organizations, educational institutions, and other organizations across sectors, in harnessing intangible assets for value creation. Many of our services are pro bono public services for government, non-government and development organizations.

Our interventions range from the strategic to the operational, covering the areas of people, process and/or technology. Our methodologies cover the spectrum of adult learning methodologies, from short training workshops, to hands-on learning-by-doing, online coaching, and face-to-face mentoring.

Among our partners are the following:

International/Regional Organizations

  • SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SPAFA), Bangkok, Thailand
  • Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Secretariat, Bangkok
  • Partnership in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Centrist Democratic Party Institute
  • UNICEF
  • Canadian International Development Agency
  • UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme
  • PanAsia through Galing Pook Foundation
  • World Health Organization – Philippines
  • STREAMS: Global Coalition of Resource Centers for Water and Sanitation
  • Philippines-Australia HRD Facility (AusAid)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH

Private Companies and Organizations

  • Manila North Tollways Corporation
  • Emerson Process Management - Manila
  • IBM Philippines
  • Misys Philippines
  • Sagittarius Mines Inc.
  • Digitel Mobile Philippines Inc. (Sun Cellular)
  • Baganuur Joint Stock Company, Ulaanbator, Mongolia
  • United Laboratories
  • Taters Enterprises
  • Custom Clay
  • Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Non-Government and Other Development Organizations

  • University of the Philippines Future Library and Information Professionals of the Philippines (UP FLIPP)
  • National Spiritual Council of the Philippines International
  • Zuellig Family Foundation
  • Christian Children’s Fund – Philippine Office
  • Partido Kalikasan
  • Shell Malampaya Multipartite Monitoring Team
  • Foundation for Philippine Environment through Bohol Marine Triangle Project
  • Philippine NGO Support Program
  • Peace and Equity Foundation
  • Philippine Business for Social Progress
  • Asian Institute of Management - TeaM Energy Center for Bridging Societal Divides

Government Organizations

  • Philippine Navy
  • Philippine Institute of Traditional and Alternative Health Care
  • Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management
  • PhilHealth
  • Department of Budget and Management
  • Home Guaranty Corp.
  • National Economic and Development Authority
  • NEDA Regional Office -Region 2
  • Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
  • Philippine National Oil Company – Energy Development Corp.
  • Philippine Council for Advanced Science and Technology R&D
  • National Historical Institute
  • Palawan Council for Sustainable Development
  • League of Cities of the Philippines CDS Project
  • National Water Resources Board
  • National Commission on the Role of Filipino Women
  • Bureau of Animal Industry
  • Department of Health
  • Career Executive Service Board

Educational Institutions

  • De La Salle University – Dasmariñas Campus
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines
  • Don Bosco College of Engineering & Information Technology

Professional Organizations

  • Philippine College of Physicians
  • Knowledge Management Association of the Philippines
  • People Management Association of the Philippines (formerly Personnel Management Association of the Philippines)
  • Project Management Institute (Philippine chapter)

Many of them have come back to us for a second or third round of interventions and all have expressed satisfaction with the service that they received.

Broadening Our Horizons


The expertise of CCLFI is further enriched by the experience of its directors who continue to shape the direction of knowledge management and other emerging and strategic disciplines. “KM Guru” Dr. Serafin Talisayon has been and continuous to be involved in KM lectures and advising regionally and internationally. Among his engagements are with the following:

  • Southeast Asia Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)
  • UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (Bangkok)
  • Institute of Development Studies, U.K. (for Medicines Transparency Alliance)
  • Ambedkar Institute of Productivity (Chennai, India)
  • Asian Productivity Organization (Tokyo) as Chief Expert
  • Canadian International Development Agency
  • SEARCA (Southeast Asian Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture)
  • INNOTECH (SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology)
  • European Commission Technical Assistance (HSPSP I for Department of Health)
  • World Health Organization, Western Pacific Regional Office
  • World Bank Manila Office
  • World Bank CDS Project
  • ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (Bangkok)
  • Dunamis Organizational Services (Jakarta)
  • Asian Development Bank
  • IKM Emergent (Netherlands)
  • Dainam University (Vietnam)

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