Research by James Stuckey

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S’unir pour être plus performants aidera le système d’éducation canadien, les entreprises, les gouvernements et les autres parties à nouer des partenariats établissements postsecondaires-entreprises...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 6 pages | January 2016 | by Michael Bloom, Cameron MacLaine, Daniel F. Muzyka, James Stuckey, Douglas Watt
Partnering for Performance is designed to help Canada’s education, business, government, and community stakeholders understand the value of PSE-business partnerships, and develop...
The Conference Board of Canada | 141 pages | January 2016 | by Michael Bloom, Cameron MacLaine, Daniel F. Muzyka, James Stuckey, Douglas Watt
This report sheds light on the economic costs of British Columbia’s skills gaps and mismatches; and identifies the occupations, credentials, and essential skills needed to address...
The Conference Board of Canada | 100 pages | February 2015 | by Daniel Munro, James Stuckey
Ce rapport met en lumière ce que la pénurie ou l'inadéquation des compétences coûtent à l'économie de la Colombie-Britannique. Il recense également les professions, les diplômes...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 110 pages | February 2015 | by Daniel Munro, James Stuckey
What is the state of skills in Canada? This study provides a systems perspective on skills development in the post-secondary education sector and identifies areas for improvement.
The Conference Board of Canada | 164 pages | November 2014 | by Daniel Munro, James Stuckey, Cameron MacLaine
Quel est l’état des compétences au Canada? Cette étude propose une perspective systémique de l’acquisition des compétences dans le secteur de l’éducation postsecondaire et cerne...
The Conference Board of Canada | 175 pages | November 2014 | by Cameron MacLaine, Daniel Munro, James Stuckey
There are concerns about the environmental impacts of Canada’s food system and its ability to sustainably meet rising demand for food. This report examines the major areas of environmental...
The Conference Board of Canada | 62 pages | August 2013 | by James Stuckey, Jean-Charles Le Vallée, Caitlin Charman
This report examines the economic cost of Ontario’s skills gaps, and the specific occupations, skills, and credentials employers and individuals need to thrive in the emerging...
The Conference Board of Canada | 48 pages | June 2013 | by Daniel Munro, James Stuckey
The modern farming landscape is changing. This report considers the state of farming business in Canada, and how it can be improved to achieve greater economic and social value...
The Conference Board of Canada | 61 pages | June 2013 | by Erin Butler, James Stuckey
Pathway to Partnership? Private Food Standards in Canada sheds light on the emergence of private standards in Canada’s food system, their role in food governance, and the opportunities...
The Conference Board of Canada | 46 pages | January 2013 | by Michael Grant, Jean-Charles Le Vallée, James Stuckey
The innovation performance of Canada’s food industry has direct consequences for our health and well-being. This report examines Canada’s food innovation performance, identifies...
The Conference Board of Canada | 67 pages | December 2012 | by Erin Butler, Daniel Munro, James Stuckey
Find out where most food-borne illnesses come from and what potential solutions could improve Canada’s current food safety system.
The Conference Board of Canada | 64 pages | February 2012 | by Daniel Munro, Jean-Charles Le Vallée, James Stuckey
Using a performance-based framework, this report explores ways in which the food regulatory and production systems could better work together to achieve the out outcome of a safe,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 52 pages | February 2012 | by Michael Grant, Erin Butler, James Stuckey
In February 2011, leaders from business, colleges, and government discussed how Ontario colleges’ applied research can enhance the learning experience, boost business innovation,...
The Conference Board of Canada | 34 pages | May 2011 | by Daniel Munro, James Stuckey
L’évolution rapide du secteur des services d’entretien et de réparation automobiles rend la formation essentielle. Cette étude porte sur CARS sur demande, programme de formation...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 24 pages | March 2011 | by James Stuckey
This case study discusses CARS OnDemand, an Internet-based training program that addresses the skills and knowledge needs of the sector’s businesses and employees. Through Internet-based...
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | March 2011 | by James Stuckey
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