community action

5 Ways to Make a Difference in Your Community

In May, with our colleagues at Thinking Partners we co-hosted the Vancouver edition of the Canadian Values Conversations, and had the privilege of hearing from some Vancouver BC residents about what matters most to them.

culture change

Making Music Not Noise: Culture Change at a Top Asset Management Company

Over the past two years the Marketing Leadership Team (MLT) at Capital Group/American Funds, one of the largest and most successful asset management companies in the world, has embarked on a large-scale culture change journey. Their aim: to build a world-class, customer-centered marketing department.

vancouver housing market

Embracing Change Spurs Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver to Chart Successful Future Course

christ church cathedral vancouver

Co-Creating a Canada by Design – Canadian Values Conversations, Vancouver

On May 1st, 2018, 50 people gathered at Christ Church Cathedral in the heart of Vancouver, BC, to be part of a conversation about what matters most to them. The Vancouver event was part of a national initiative: the Canadian Values Conversations, which aims to “create a national awareness and an understanding about values to […]

back office collaborative

Collaborative Strategy Is Key to Growth and Innovation for these Trailblazing Credit Unions

Credit Unions are, by their very nature, co-operative, founded on the 7 International Co-Operative Principles. However, in an era where digitization is transforming – disrupting even – the financial services industry, strategic collaboration is proving key for a group of credit unions looking to not only safeguard their place in the industry, but to grow, […]

vancouver values café

What Do You Value Most? The Vancouver Values Café, and the Canadian Values Conversations Initiative

As Canadians, we pride ourselves on being “unique.” But what does that really mean? In a rapidly shifting global context what values do we want to be reflected in the future of Canada? How much do we differ or align in what we want for Canada across gender, generations, regions, ethnicities? These are the kinds […]