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April 12, 2017

Tourism Information Network – Edition 8

Edition 8 | April 2017 In partnership with RDÉE Canada and the Chaire de tourism Transat de l'ESG UQAM, this initiative is designed to share essential information to support the development of the tourism industry within Canada's Official Language Minority Communities. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT How to Ensure Your Gamification Project Thrives Enhancing Heritage with Augmented Reality [...]
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March 13, 2017

How to turn your business dream into business reality

YOUTH START-UP "INTENTION TO ACTION" BLOG SERIES The challenges of the startup world are not exclusive to millennials. Many 30- and 40-somethings who started out following a specific career path have discovered that working for someone is not their cup of tea or have realized that they have too many ideas swirling around in their [...]
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February 16, 2017

Tourism Information Network – Edition 7

Edition 7 | February 2017 In partnership with RDÉE Canada and the Chaire de tourism Transat de l'ESG UQAM, this initiative is designed to share essential information to support the development of the tourism industry within Canada's Official Language Minority Communities. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Old factory gets a second lease on life with First Shift Designing [...]
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February 14, 2017

Diversity Engagement Matters!

Creating opportunities for discussion and Cannexus17. “Diversity encompasses many aspects, from the culture, physical and mental capacity, gender and age to sexual orientation, education, language, work experience and socio-economic background of a person. There are many layers to each of these aspects.” -- Definition used at Cannexus Connections discussion  Diversity engagement was the focus of CEDEC’s participation at [...]
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February 14, 2017

Is career management an overlooked key to innovation?

Innovation cannot happen in a vacuum. As employers, what are we doing to provide people with the tools to be innovative? According to a 2014 Environics National Survey commissioned by CERIC on the state of Career Development in the Canadian Workplace, “71% of employers said they have responsibilities for employee career management, however, only 29% [...]
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