The Conference Board of Canada’s Organizational Performance division provides clients with relevant and timely, independent, evidence-based, applied research with a Canadian perspective enabling organizations to make strategic decisions to be more dynamic and competitive.
The Conference Board of Canada is the foremost independent, evidence-based, applied research organization in Canada. Our research and services are fact based and provide the foundation to the following practice areas:
Custom Research and Advisory Services
In addition to the research reports and outlooks that form the foundation of our Organizational Performance research services we also offer custom research and advisory services in all of our research topic areas. Should you have inquires for custom research projects please contact us directly.
You will find the contacts for all the above topic areas on the side panel of this page.
The Organizational Performance Research team runs several executive networks which are uniquely positioned to bring together leaders across the country in a range of industries and sectors with similar functional roles in valuable closed-door discussions. These networks then become the largest member based advisory boards in Canada.
The Organizational Performance Research team convenes industry practitioners and thought leaders in a variety of event styles delivered across Canada to share emerging theories and lessons learned in our evidence-based research across all our research topic areas.
Accessible Employment Practices
Accessible workplaces and employment practices that support people with disabilities are an emerging priority as our population ages and employers seek new sources of skilled, highly motivated employees. In partnership with the Government of Ontario, we provide resources to help you and your organization create an accessible and inclusive workplace for people with disabilities.
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