“We identify critical solution requirements and perform business mapping and modeling to analyze and identify potential efficiency gains. Our team also assists in a detailed analysis of vendor alternatives and performs a solution assessment and validation, followed by a current and future process design to identify and document gains in efficiencies and effectiveness.
“Our team of IT architects and strategists advise clients on how to develop their organizations' IT strategies, provide frameworks that enforce alignment between IT initiatives and business objectives, conduct IT assessments and provide recommendations regarding IT strategy, operations, technology and organizational changes to enhance the use of IT as an enabler to achieve organizational strategic goals.”
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
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“The learning models, framework and rationale outlined in this report support an alternative vision of Aboriginal learning and community well-being. The Holistic Lifelong Learning Models themselves provide First Nations, Inuit and Métis people with an opportunity to articulate and explore—and for non-Aboriginal Canadians to appreciate—the value of Aboriginal lifelong learning as an essential human endeavor that can benefit us all and enhance societal progress.”
"This thesis proposes an integrated framework for organizing information and subsequently acting as a diagnostic and predictive tool for those working in the area of community development with indigenous peoples, but with potential universal scope. Discussion within the thesis utilizes examples and information from work with indigenous peoples in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The framework is composed of a hierarchy of community development (derived from Maslow's hierarchy of human needs) integrated within a value system, and a hierarchy of cultural influence.
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal
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"This study defines Indigenous entrepreneurship as a distinct disciplinary field of science and charts for it a pre-paradigmatic framework. A strategy of literature search and examination was utilized to argue that Indigenous entrepreneurship is sufficiently distinguished from both mainstream entrepreneurship and other social and management sciences to constitute a legitimate, well-defined sub-field of research in its own right. The study provides both a formal definition of the field and diagrammatic framework to describe it. "
"Three First Nation communities were selected within the Atlantic Region to become pilot communities in which to test the Model. Over 18 months, community plans (in both document and poster form) were developed:
Abegweit First Nation Community Plan; A Plan for Abegweit, a 40-minute documentary video, presents the community planning process in Abegweit First Nation; Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq Nation Community Plan; Pictou Landing First Nation Community Plan.""