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Renewing the corporation. (Finning Ltd.)(Executive Forum)
September 22, 1996... To recognize where you want to go, you must first know where you are. At Finning Ltd., we have undertaken a process to better understand the nature of our business and our relationship with our customers in order to set in place a strategy for the future. Several years ago, we found that...
Thinking big about small business exports. (Export Development Corp. of Canada)(includes related article on Master Accounts Receivable Guarantee)
September 22, 1996... EDC's financial and risk management services underpin the export strategies of many SMEs. When Ernst Schumacher penned his seminal economic work, Small Is Beautiful: Economics as if People Mattered, he probably had no idea his theories would be adopted by economists, business leaders and...
Creating virtual values. (challenges of emerging networked economy)
September 22, 1996... The "networked economy" challenges us to find new ways to deliver value to customers If you have ever used a telephone banking service, ordered a pay-per-view movie or checked your e-mail, you have availed yourself of a traditional service in a fundamentally different way than you would...
A Canadian career. (former Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed) (includes related biographical article)(Interview)
September 22, 1996... An Interview with The Honourable Peter Lougheed, P.C., C.C., Q.C. Q You are one of the few politicians in Canada who have been successful in moving from business to politics and then back to business. What traits or skills are needed to make these transitions? A The most important thing...
Consumer purchasing power picks up in 1997. (Canada)(Frank Talk on the Economy)(Column)
September 22, 1996... The coming year promises to bring as much uncertainty as we've seen in 1996, and the sources of that uncertainty will remain much the same. First, there is the prospect of rising U.S. interest rates and the question of the extent to which Canada will have to over-compensate for these...