Resource Spotlight: The Conference Board of Canada

Do you know that the library subscribes to the Conference Board of Canada’s e-library? That means we have access to a huge number of research reports and economic studies on subjects like risk management, taxation, socio-economic performance, governance, human resources management, organizational excellence, and Canadian and provincial economic trends. You’ll often find CBoC reports being referred to in the media… their e-library is where you can find the full report!

 

A sampling of recent reports and studies include:

  • Employee Engagement: Leveraging the Science to Inspire Great Performance / The Conference Board of Canada, 142 pages, July 13, 2016 Report by Todd Armstrong, Ruth Wright
  • The Conference Board Human Capital in Review™: Voices from Asia / The Conference Board, Inc., 15 pages, July 13, 2016
  • 25 Truths about Corporate Communications / The Conference Board, Inc., 18 pages, July 7, 2016
  • Addressing Employee Absences: A Look at Absence Management in Canadian Organizations / The Conference Board of Canada, 38 pages, June 28, 2016
    Briefing by Nicole Stewart
  • The Seven Pillars of Sustainability Leadership / The Conference Board, Inc., 82 pages, June 16, 2016
  • Improving Access to Canadian Health Care: The Role of Tax Policies / The Conference Board of Canada, 78 pages, May 26, 2016 Report by Greg Sutherland, Thy Dinh, Alexandru Dobrescu
  • Strengthening Symbiosis: International Business and Innovation / The Conference Board of Canada, 61 pages, May 12, 2016 Report by Michael Grant
  • DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Build and Sustain Highly Engaging Leaders / The Conference Board, Inc., 111 pages, March 21, 2016

Access the full e-library here: Conference Board of Canada e-Library

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Search, or browse by topic: Economic Trends, Organizational Performance, Public Policy

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