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Strategy & Roadmap [A Hundred Answers]

A Hundred Answers
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“Our team of experienced strategy consultants are adept at stimulating innovative and visionary thinking, and its translation into concrete planning and execution. We perform the following: environmental scans, Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analyses, Five Market Forces and Growth/Market Share analyses, preparing and facilitating exercises and strategy maps, engaging and aligning stakeholders, developing strategic plans and roadmaps, and consolidating results into actionable plans.

Métis Nation Economic Development Forum 2: Summary of Discussions and Findings

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“The Forum had a dual purpose. The first was to update the Métis Nation Economic Development Framework first developed in February 2009 as an economic development strategy for the Métis Nation in response to the Métis Nation Protocol and the new Federal Framework for Aboriginal Economic Development. The second was to provide Métis Nation input into the implementation of the federal framework as provided by the Protocol with a particular focus on the renovation of INAC economic development programs.”

Empowering People; Engaging Community; Enabling Success [Government of Newfoundland and Labrador]

Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
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“The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Poverty Reduction Strategy provides a comprehensive overview of the status of implementation of the provincial Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS). Launched in 2006, Reducing Poverty: An Action Plan for Newfoundland and Labrador set out the strategic vision, guiding principles, key directions, and practical goals and objectives to realize the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s commitment to become the province in Canada with the lowest poverty rates in the country by 2014.”

Rebuilding First Nations: Tools, Traditions and Relationships [Simon Fraser University, SFU]

Simon Fraser University (SFU)
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The tools, traditions and relationships that it takes to re-build First Nations, to realize good governance, were the three key elements discussed at the Aboriginal Financial Management Association of B.C.- INAC conference on Governance and Accountability, held in Vancouver, June 10-11, 2002.

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