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L’accélération des technologies dites « intelligentes » favorisent l’automatisation, la robotisation et de nouveaux modèles...
The Conference Board of Canada | 42 pages | January 2018 | by Eric Noël
Ce compte rendu de recherche étudie les divers avantages accessoires qu’offrent les organisations et en analyse la variété par groupe d’employés, secteur et industrie. Cette...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 25 pages | April 2018 | by Monica Haberl
Globally, technology developments are taking place at an unprecedented and ever-increasing pace, but, in many respects, European policies and attitudes seem frozen in time.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 11 pages | November 2013 | by Bart van Ark, Willem Overmeer, Desirée van Welsum
Most corporate boards continue to struggle with the challenges of underperformance, which, among other things, frequently leads to managerial change, asset and financial restructurings,...
The Conference Board of Canada | Recorded Webinar | November 2015
This paper describes the objectives and implementation of Elmsdale Lumber Corporation’s Workplace Education Program, which has resulted in a more knowledgeable and well-trained...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | October 2005 | by Maryester Gonzalez
This paper describes the objectives and implementation of Dofasco’s award-winning Essential Skills Program, and its success in upgrading employees’ reading, writing, math and computer...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | October 2005 | by Maryester Gonzalez
BHP Billiton Diamonds Inc., operator of Canada’s first diamond mine, is committed to building a sustainable Aboriginal and northern workforce. Its Workplace Learning Program benefits...
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | March 2004 | by Alison Howard
This paper describes the Workplace Learning Centre of Diavik Diamond Mines, Northwest Territories, and its success in providing employees with literacy skills while developing...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | December 2005 | by Douglas Watt
Administrative professionals at J.D. Irving Limited initiated a training program to help them to meet the challenges of their evolving role. This case study explores the success...
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | March 2004 | by Alison Howard
This paper describes Technocell Canada's training program at its paper plant in Drummondville, Quebec, and its success in teaching essential job skills and improving the plant's...
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | January 2006 | by Linda Scott
Find out how the La Ronge Motor Hotel, located in a small northern Saskatchewan community, overcame its level-of-service and training challenges for its mostly Aboriginal employees...
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | March 2004 | by Alison Howard
This paper examines the Skills and Learning Site initiative of the Textiles Human Resources Council, and its successful implementation at Stedfast Inc. in Granby, Quebec.
The Conference Board of Canada | 6 pages | December 2005 | by Douglas Watt
Boeing Winnipeg goes the extra mile to ensure that its education programs are relevant to the diverse needs of employees and their working environment. The company nurtures training...
The Conference Board of Canada | 5 pages | January 2003 | by Kurtis Kitagawa
Palliser Furniture's rich education and learning program underscores the company's commitment to engaging employee potential through basic skills education.
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | January 2003 | by Kurtis Kitagawa
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