1. General membership meetings are held every other month allow members to be updated with the activities of CMAP and discuss issues which are of business, national, and economic importance. A guest speaker is normally invited to speak about issues relevant to the members.

  2. Committee meetings are held on a need be basis which allow the committees to plan and implement the programs which will meet the objectives and goals of CMAP.

  3. Sports and fellowship are held at least twice a year to promote camaraderie and fellowship among the members.

  4. National Credit Congress is the culminating activity of CMAP which is normally held in April to celebrate CMAP's anniversary and its participation to the celebration of the National Credit Consciousness Week. Speakers are invited to speak on topics which are of business, national and economic importance. Workshops are also conducted to identify the needs of the members in their credit and collection practice and formulate resolutions which will guide the officers and directors of CMAP in their plans.

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Organizationally, goal management consists of the process of recognizing or inferring goals of individual team-members, abandoning no longer relevant goals, identifying and resolving conflicts among goals, and prioritizing goals consistently for optimal team-collaboration and effective operations. For any successful commercial system, it means deriving profits by making the best quality of goods or the best quality of services available to the end-user (customer) at the best possible cost.

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