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Enhance your organization’s bottom line and sharpen your skills in performance management. The Certificate in Driving Organizational Profit and Performance offers a mix of online and in-person education offerings that integrate real-life case study analysis. Online learning modules focus on applied insights to help effectively manage cost, profitability and pricing for superior business performance; while the in-depth capstone session features active, hands-on learning led by facilitators in a workshop environment.

Capstone locations include Calgary, Toronto (multiple dates) and Vancouver. A virtual offering is also available.



A Summary of Provincial & Federal Grant & Contribution Programs for Technology Driven Companies 

Alberta has some excellent innovation funding programs to assist Alberta technology driven businesses secure innovation funding for product development, testing, demonstration, product launch and commercialization.  A five year study of the innovation funding ecosystem has led Strategic Timelines Inc. to build A Summary of Provincial & Federal Grant & Contribution Programs for Technology Driven Businesses to direct Alberta businesses to these programs, and, to assist them with securing innovation funding. The April 21st, 2016 Summary edition also summarizes key initiatives of the Federal and Alberta Budgets. Prepared by Eileen Ashmore, MBA, CMC. 


Business Diagnostics© Assessment Tool  

FCMC Mike Thompson and CMC Terry Rachwalski recently developed the Business Diagnostics© Assessment Tool - an online tool to help consulting clients and practitioners do a quick ‘size up’ of businesses and gauge their relative well being. The tool is based on 10 years of research, ranking business performance against 12 ideal business conditions a scale of 1 (not ideal) to 15 (ideal) for each of the factors. The tool uses a sliding scale that works on a mobile phone. Users can then click to view their radar diagram report which indicates what the business should focus on. The developers encourage users to compare results with colleagues as a conversation starter about business change and perceptions of what to address.  

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