Month: October 2020

Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP)

Ontario Immigration Nominee Program (OINP) is a practical framework to recruit international talents (foreign workers, international students, business owners or entrepreneurs from outside of Canada) to apply for permanent residence in Ontario.  The program falls under the province’s economic immigration program, which works in partnership with the Government of Canada through Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship …

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Supply Chain Disintermediation

Disintermediation could happen in any supplier/manufacturer and intermediaries (retailers or wholesale) relationships. The supply-demand imbalance creates an opportunity for the supplier to disintermediate and to reach out to other intermediaries or end users, to sell the products at a lower price that could create a price war between the intermediaries. This is an inherent risk …

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Human Resources Management

Human resource flow “HRF” fundamentally defines the inflow, outflow and movement of human resources “HR” within the company under full time, part time, or contingent contract structure, whichever would best suit the corporate strategy. Creating human resources talents’ pool, in line with the company’s competitive advantage, is responsibility of human resources department. The policies, best …

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Nonprofit Organization’s Governance

A Nonprofit organization’s governance relates to a broader range from perception, structure, legal context, accountability, quality, effectiveness, social capital and ethics. The role of governance in a nonprofit organization’s performance is inevitable. Funders and donors usually evaluate organization’s governance and its correlation to accountability, trust, social impact and performance prior committing or allocating money to …

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Corporate Governance and Due Diligence

According to The Three Pillars of Good Corporate Governance theory, corporate governance, due diligence and compliance programs are related and are key focus areas (Adams, 2004). Corporate Governance: Abramov (2011) states the corporate governance generally serves to encourage long-term planning, establish an effective management structure,  promote integrity within the company, provide a framework for establishing …

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What is Strategy?

Strategy is about making decisions to differentiate in providing services and products to the customers. Such decisions, difficult in nature, outline the organisation’s success and failure. It would take a while the outcome of the decisions proves if the choices made were right or wrong. Developing strategy, not necessarily a straight forward process, is a …

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Organizational Resilience: non-profit versus for-profit organizations

The purpose of this blog is to compare and contrast non-profit and for-profit organizations on organizational resilience, which is the ability of the organization to respond to changes effectively and transform challenges into opportunities. The concept of resiliency is not a system capacity to withstand disruptive change, but also to adapt and transform to the …

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Personal Real Estate Corporations and New Advertising Terms

Government of Ontario introduced and amended regulations related to incorporations and advertisement terms on October 1st, 2020. The legislation has been amended to allow real estate salespeople to form Personal Real Estate Corporations (PRECs). British Columbia became the first province to allow for incorporation of those who trade in real estate in 2008. This was …

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