Research by Sarah Dimick

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Good knowledge management (KM) and innovation are strongly connected. Drawing on a literature review and interviews with innovative organizations, this briefing identifies and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 32 pages | May 2015 | by Sarah Dimick
La bonne gestion du savoir et l’innovation sont intimement liées. Cette note d’information utilise une étude documentaire et des entrevues auprès d’organisations innovatrices pour...
The Conference Board of Canada | 38 pages | May 2015 | by Sarah Dimick
Knowledge Management (KM) practices are as varied as the organizations that apply them. KM creates the frame and foundation for not only the storage but also the connection and...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | April 2015 | by Sarah Dimick
Innovation is first and foremost a creative process. At its essence, innovation is the creation of something new that adds value. The Conference Board of Canada recently ran...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | November 2014 | by Sarah Dimick
This briefing examines three initiatives—innovation ecosystems, sandboxes, and harnessing the power of big data—implemented by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to create...
The Conference Board of Canada | 25 pages | November 2014 | by Sarah Dimick
Ce résumé traite de trois initiatives du Massachusetts Institute of Technology : les écosystèmes d’innovation, les carrés de sable et l’utilisation de la puissance des données...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 4 pages | November 2014 | by Sarah Dimick
This briefing addresses the issue of digital technology adoption for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It examines lessons learned and identifies best practices for and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 13 pages | February 2014 | by Sarah Dimick
The role of the Chief Information Officer has changed. This briefing examines how CIOs can influence—and drive—innovation in their organizations.
The Conference Board of Canada | | November 2013 | by Sarah Dimick
How are private-private partnerships (P3) in Canada faring? Both the benefits and drawbacks of P3 procurement are examined, as well as the potential for creating export opportunities...
The Conference Board of Canada | 70 pages | August 2013 | by Vijay Gill, Sarah Dimick
Comment s’en tirent les partenariats public-privé (PPP) au Canada? Ce rapport examine à la fois les avantages et les inconvénients des PPP, ainsi que les possibilités d’exportation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 80 pages | August 2013 | by Vijay Gill, Sarah Dimick
This report examines Canadian competitiveness in manufacturing. It presents a clear picture of forces that impact competitiveness in the Canadian manufacturing sector and seeks...
The Conference Board of Canada | 56 pages | June 2013 | by Sarah Dimick, Crystal Hoganson
This report summarizes many best practices in energy management and the operation of buildings. It reviews the benefits of adopting these practices and examines the barriers that...
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | May 2012 | by Len Coad, Sarah Dimick
Changes in the electricity systems of three provinces (Quebec, Ontario, and Alberta) in the last 15 years are helping to make progress toward clean electricity in Canada. Customized,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 64 pages | November 2010 | by Graham Campbell, Len Coad, Sarah Dimick
Conflicting Forces for Canadian Prosperity examines the complex relationship between innovation and regulation. Two highly innovative sectors—biotechnology and renewable and alternative...
The Conference Board of Canada | 52 pages | February 2010 | by Len Coad, Sarah Dimick
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