Statistics about training investments increasing company networth, particularly in the area of high capital and skilled worker training, are widely known. However, research on training and organizational effects is still relatively new. Tharenou, Saks and Moore (2007), noting that most training outcomes research focused on individual results, conducted a review of 67 pertinent studies to… Read more »
There are many reasons to have meetings. People solve problems and build new knowledge when they meet in groups. Meetings provide a social exchange and allow initiatives to be created, operationalized and rolled out. Projects are usually more effective when planning and check-in meetings are part of the process. Marie Gervais, Director of Shift Management… Read more »
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it… Read more »
Day 25: Who would you like to recognize today?
Day 20: When an employee has done a good job or gone above and beyond what the task requires, do you praise them for it? It’s time to “encourage the heart.”
Day 16: Are you open to receiving feedback?
Productivity Alberta is proud to announce the selection of Paul Verhesen, President and CEO of Edmonton-based Clark Builders, as the incoming Chair of the company’s Board of Directors. Mr. Verhesen is stepping in as the successful two-year term for Larry Kaumeyer of AECON Group has come to an end.
A comment from Larry Kaumeyer on the recently released labour productivity report from Statistics Canada.
Change starts from within and bad habits are hard to break but Productivity Alberta’s pilot Adoption ICT program armoured a Calgary construction company with useful tools and better processes
Executive Millwork takes ICT seriously in its improvement plans through a Productivity Alberta pilot course