Power Up Your Productivity Potential

Training workshops for increasing productivity through digital technology

Looking to improve your company’s overall performance—and competitiveness? If you can capitalize on the productivity benefits of digital technology, you could be well on your way to additional profits.

Free training workshops will focus on building productivity awareness and encouraging SMEs (in any sector with 50 or less employees) to adopt and implement best practices for improved productivity. Each workshop includes:

• Training to support adoption and implementation of productivity methodologies including digital technology
• Practical tools for identifying “must improve” areas
• Keynotes by industry experts with open Q&A session:

Andrew Milivojevich, President and Chief Knowledge Officer at The Knowledge Management Group Inc. He has received citations for his exemplary work advancing quality and productivity and being a champion of innovation and R&D in corporate Canada. 

 
Robert Hyde works with BDC Consulting, the Business Development Bank of Canada’s consulting and advisory services group. He is an experienced Information and Communications Technology (“ICT”) professional and leader focused on the assessment and development of ICT strategy.

Attendees are eligible for FREE baseline assessments. The selected companies will also be encouraged to submit an application to DTAPP, which provides financial support to companies looking to adopt digital technology for productivity improvement.

Space is limited, click here to register today!

ONE WORKSHOP. TWO LOCATIONS.

Brampton Location: March 21st, 2012 FROM 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM AT Pearson Convention Center (Room: Ballroom A), 2638 Steeles Avenue East, Brampton, ON L6T 4L7

Mississauga Location: March 23rd, 2012 FROM 8: 00 AM – 10:00 AM AT Centre For Health & Safety Innovation (Room: Presentation Centre), 5110 Creekbank Road ,Mississauga, ON L4W 0A1

Supported by IRAP.
Presented by the RIC Centre – Peel Region’s hub for innovation and entrepreneurship.
In partnership with the Mississauga Board of Trade and the Brampton Board of Trade.

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