Management

Community-Based Learning Opportunities for Aboriginal People, Winner, 2006: Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (2007)

The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada (AFOA) is a non-profit organization that helps to build the financial and management practices and skills of Aboriginal people so that they can better manage and govern their communities.

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2013-07-03

Capacity Plus: Organizational Capacity Resource Guide for Ontario's Community Literacy Agencies (2010)

The publisher of this document, Community Literacy of Ontario, is a network of more than a hundred community literacy agencies. The goal of this resource guide is to help those agencies strengthen their performance.

The authors have included chapters on financial management; human resources management; risk management; and customer service. They also discuss strategic planning; program evaluation; board governance; and marketing.

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2010-08-19

Agency Assessment Tool (2007)

For literacy and basic skills agencies

Literacy and Basic Skills agencies can use this tool to assess their organizational processses as part of their continuous improvement performance management systems. This tool can be used on its own or can be incorporated into existing self-assessment and continuous improvement processes already in place in an organization.

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2008-09-16

Agency assessment of organizational capacity - Guide (2007)

For literacy and basic skills (LBS) delivery agencies

This guide is intended to provide information for Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) funded agencies about what organizational processes need to be in place to implement a continuous improvement performance management system. To successfully implement such a system, an agency must have the organizational capacity to plan, track, organize, analyze and evaluate the results of its day to day operations.

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2008-09-16

The ABCs of CIPMS (Continuous Improvement Performance Management System) (2008)

The Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities introduced the concept of a Continuous Improvement Performance Management System (CIPMS) to Ontario’s Literacy and Basic Skills adult literacy delivery agencies in 2001. CIPMS is designed to create a cohesive set of policies and improved processes throughout the system so that programs can better work together to address client needs.

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2008-07-22

Workplace Health Works! - Halifax (2003)

A Seminar on Innovative Workplace Health Practices

Issues of workplace health and wellness are an ongoing priority for the Canadian Labour and Business Centre (CLBC). The CLBC and its Board of Directors believe that approaches which promote workplace health and wellness are in the best interests of both employers and workers – a clear ‘win-win’.

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2007-07-17

Where Did All the Workers Go? The Challenges of the Aging Workforce (2001)

This report concludes that both labour and management are waking up to the fact that they will face very real problems if they fail to start planning now to replace the loss of experience and skills from retiring workers. Forward planning by both unions and companies will have to address the skills needs of both companies and workers in terms not just of current needs but also of what skills portfolio would be appropriate in the future.

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2007-06-20

Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, 20/20, Building our Vision for the Future (2006)

The Future of Manufacturing in Canada, Perspectives and Recommendations on Workforce Capabilities

Canadian manufacturers are restructuring their businesses in response to the challenges they face in global markets. The emergence of new market opportunities and disruptive low-cost competition, the rapid development of new technological capabilities, more demanding customers, a more demanding public, and intense bottom-line pressures are changing the nature of manufacturing worldwide.

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2007-05-16

Labour - Management Relations in Canada (2002)

ViewPoints 2002

The health of the relationship between management and labour has a very real impact on the economic and social well being of all Canadians. This biennial Viewpoints survey began in 1996, gathering perceptions from labour and management on industry and workplace relations.

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2007-05-16

Nova Scotia TriPartite Forum Proceedings - July 2005 (2005)

On July 5, 2005, the Nova Scotia Department of Environment and Labour convened a Tripartite Forum on labour/management relations in the province. The Canadian Labour and Business Centre was asked to help to organize and facilitate the Forum.

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2007-05-09

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