Project Crisanto: A Business Imperative for Local Government Units


Authors : CRISANTO S. RAMIREZ

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 3 - March

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7780074

Abstract : This descriptive-evaluative research determined the satisfaction of residents and the acceptability level of the designed project charter. Specifically, the study answered the following: 1) Constituent's level of satisfaction of different incomegenerating services of the barangays along with efficiency and quality of service; 2) Project charter that boosts the income-generating services of the barangay through its level of acceptability in terms of usability, profitability, and social responsibility. The respondents were the thirty-six (36) residents as well as selected constituents from Barangay I, Barangay III, Barangay Cobangbang, Barangay Mambalite, and Barangay Camambugan. The researcher focused on the data collected during the design phase of the project charter. The proposal was presented to the thirty-eight (38) faculty of Camarines Norte State College, the College of Business and Public Administration to determine if the project was beneficial and promote income to the community. The significant findings were: 1) Generally, respondents perceived satisfaction level in terms of efficiency had an overall weighted mean of 1.93, interpreted as satisfactory. The results have shown that maximizing their resources in creating projects has the lowest weighted average of 1.64; 2) Observed practices on quality of service had an overall average weighted mean of 1.66, interpreted as seldom observed. According to the statistical data, the lowest in the rank was the usefulness of implementation with a weighted mean of 1.49 concluded an understanding that has never been observed; 3) As for usability, the project got an average weighted mean of 2.69. The respondents recognized the Project CRISANTO could help minimize specific issues or problems, address some of the barangay's concerns, and discuss some difficulties; 4) In terms of profitability, the project could generate income and get the average weighted mean of 2.80, interpreted as highly acceptable. This implies that the respondents recognized the Project CRISANTO could give additional revenue and be a source of income for the additional fund's barangay; 5) In terms of social responsibility, the project got an average weighted mean of 2.87, interpreted as highly acceptable. The conclusions were: 1) Residents of the barangays were satisfied in terms of efficiency; 2) Service quality of the barangay was seldom observed; 3) the designed project CRISANTO in terms of usability was highly acceptable; 4) the profitability level of the project was highly acceptable; and, 5) the social responsibility of the project was also highly acceptable

Keywords : Satisfaction, Acceptability, Income Generating Projects, Local Government Unit, Camarines Norte.

This descriptive-evaluative research determined the satisfaction of residents and the acceptability level of the designed project charter. Specifically, the study answered the following: 1) Constituent's level of satisfaction of different incomegenerating services of the barangays along with efficiency and quality of service; 2) Project charter that boosts the income-generating services of the barangay through its level of acceptability in terms of usability, profitability, and social responsibility. The respondents were the thirty-six (36) residents as well as selected constituents from Barangay I, Barangay III, Barangay Cobangbang, Barangay Mambalite, and Barangay Camambugan. The researcher focused on the data collected during the design phase of the project charter. The proposal was presented to the thirty-eight (38) faculty of Camarines Norte State College, the College of Business and Public Administration to determine if the project was beneficial and promote income to the community. The significant findings were: 1) Generally, respondents perceived satisfaction level in terms of efficiency had an overall weighted mean of 1.93, interpreted as satisfactory. The results have shown that maximizing their resources in creating projects has the lowest weighted average of 1.64; 2) Observed practices on quality of service had an overall average weighted mean of 1.66, interpreted as seldom observed. According to the statistical data, the lowest in the rank was the usefulness of implementation with a weighted mean of 1.49 concluded an understanding that has never been observed; 3) As for usability, the project got an average weighted mean of 2.69. The respondents recognized the Project CRISANTO could help minimize specific issues or problems, address some of the barangay's concerns, and discuss some difficulties; 4) In terms of profitability, the project could generate income and get the average weighted mean of 2.80, interpreted as highly acceptable. This implies that the respondents recognized the Project CRISANTO could give additional revenue and be a source of income for the additional fund's barangay; 5) In terms of social responsibility, the project got an average weighted mean of 2.87, interpreted as highly acceptable. The conclusions were: 1) Residents of the barangays were satisfied in terms of efficiency; 2) Service quality of the barangay was seldom observed; 3) the designed project CRISANTO in terms of usability was highly acceptable; 4) the profitability level of the project was highly acceptable; and, 5) the social responsibility of the project was also highly acceptable

Keywords : Satisfaction, Acceptability, Income Generating Projects, Local Government Unit, Camarines Norte.

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