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Collaborative approaches at Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship Centre
This thesis answers the question "how can Tillicum Lelum establish internal collaborative approaches?" This was explored with action research included employees and management team members at Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal ...
Walking our talk : discovering benefits of dialogue on collaboration, shared leadership, and empowerment at the frontline among members of a neonatal intensive care unit interdisciplinary team in Victoria, British Columbia
Healthcare teams caring for vulnerable patients and families have an opportunity for meaningful impact. However, a traditional paradigm that power is affiliated with hierarchy and formal titles may inhibit collaborative ...
Collaboration within the student success office : increasing efficiencies and partnerships
In collaboration with internal stakeholders, this action research project answers how the Student Success Office at the University of Waterloo can strengthen internal partnerships in order to foster increased collaboration ...
Real time, intelligence-led operations : making collaborative policing work
Currently responsible for policing over one million citizens, the Calgary Police Service (CPS) has earned its reputation as a progressive law enforcement organization in part by focusing on the early recognition and ...
Exploring increased HIV program delivery in Northern Alberta
As a community-based AIDS service organization, HIV North Society plays a key role in providing programming and supports for persons at risk or living with HIV in a vast, primarily rural region of Northern Alberta. This ...
Fostering a collaborative culture through effective business practice at NAIT
This organizational leadership project investigated how the employees at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) may enhance their collaboration across departments, in particular, when managing key data systems. ...