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Much Ado About Nothing? An Analysis of Prioritization at Six Canadian Universities

This research investigates organizational change in six Canadian universities framed as “prioritization,” which is a ranking method using predefined metrics for the comprehensive review and evaluation of academic and administrative programs. Our research found the following: (a) no prioritization process reached the implementation stage; (b) financial performance was not significantly impacted; (c) differences in pace, … Continue reading "Much Ado About Nothing? An Analysis of Prioritization at Six Canadian Universities"

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May 9, 2019




Webinar: How to incorporate sustainable procurement into the day-to-day operation: A Procurement Management Perspective – Video Recording

How to incorporate sustainable procurement into the day-to-day operation: A Procurement Management Perspective – December 5, 2018 Presenters: Coro Strandberg President, Strandberg Consulting Mary M. Aylesworth Director of Financial Operations, Simon Fraser University Stéphanie H. Leclerc Program Manager, Sustainable Procurement , McGill University

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April 5, 2019








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