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This report focuses on the role of knowledge management and organizational learning within the New Economy.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 27 pages | December 2000 | by Todd Kulik, Charles Mitchell
Pour un nombre grandissant d’employés, le fait de travailler pour une organisation qui respecte leur besoin d’arriver à un meilleur équilibre entre le travail et la vie personnelle...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 13 pages | December 2000 | by Kimberley Bachmann
Teachers and students who participate in Imagine the Challenge design and complete learning projects that build their information and communications technology (ICT) skills.
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | December 2000 | by Kurtis Kitagawa, Douglas Watt
E-business/e-commerce is creating a whole new outlook on how business is being conducted with all stakeholders—customers, suppliers, distributors, investors and the public. Organizations...
The Conference Board of Canada | 34 pages | December 2000 | by Karen Thiessen
This report draws on the themes of the 2000 Leadership Conference on Global Corporate Citizenship.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 32 pages | November 2000 | by Simon Zadek
School District 59 has pioneered the development of performance criteria relating to individual employability skills against which students, teachers and employers can assess students’...
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | November 2000 | by Kurtis Kitagawa
How does the Applications of Working and Learning (AWAL) Project help middle and secondary school educators and pre-service (student) educators connect the curriculum they teach...
The Conference Board of Canada | 7 pages | November 2000 | by Kurtis Kitagawa
Durabelt employees need to be adept not only at using their technical job-specific skills, but also at applying those skills against a background of managing their time, sequencing...
The Conference Board of Canada | 8 pages | November 2000 | by Kurtis Kitagawa
This year’s report shows that Canada’s innovation performance is relatively weak compared to that of the other G7 countries and several smaller open economies.
The Conference Board of Canada | 48 pages | November 2000
As the new millennium unfolds, Canadian employees can again expect a healthy increase in real wages.
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | November 2000 | by Carolyn Baarda
To achieve high levels of employee productivity, efficiency and morale, leading executives have learned that they need to address workplace health and wellness in an integrated...
The Conference Board of Canada | 41 pages | November 2000 | by Kimberley Bachmann
This annual economic forecast presents the long-term national outlook.
The Conference Board of Canada | 97 pages | November 2000
Des cadres avant-gardistes on appris que, pour porter la productivité l'efficacité et le moral de leurs employés à des niveaux supérieurs, il fallait promouvoir la santé et le...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 47 pages | November 2000 | by Kimberley Bachmann
There is a growing recognition among executives about the importance of adopting socially responsible practices. When asked in 1999, CEOs of global corporations said that their...
The Conference Board of Canada | 4 pages | November 2000 | by Mary Choquette, Peri Lynn Turnbull
There is a growing recognition among executives about the importance of adopting socially responsible practices. When asked in 1999, CEOs of global corporations said that their...
The Conference Board of Canada | 40 pages | November 2000 | by Mary Choquette, Peri Lynn Turnbull
Governments around the world are implementing performance measurement approaches to help them define and achieve outcomes that meet the needs of citizens. People want to know what...
The Conference Board of Canada | 41 pages | November 2000 | by Carolyn Farquhar
For an increasing number of individuals, working for an organization that respects their need for a better work–life fit is what matters most. Measuring the impact of work–life...
The Conference Board of Canada | 11 pages | November 2000 | by Kimberley Bachmann
This report looks at policies, practices, and procedures that represent standards of best practice for company efforts to resist corrupt practices.
The Conference Board, Inc. | 44 pages | October 2000 | by Ronald E. Berenbeim
The subject of this case study is concerned with profiling additional ways in which Mount Royal College is supporting its instructors in integrating, teaching to and assessing...
The Conference Board of Canada | 7 pages | October 2000 | by Kurtis Kitagawa
Speech delivered to the Ontario Medical Association on October 17, 2000, by James G. Frank, Vice-President and Chief Economist, offers Dr. Frank’s perspectives around the recent...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | October 2000 | by James G. Frank
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