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Improved operational costing can help your public sector organization improve efficiencies and optimize resources while still delivering quality services to Canadians. In this virtual classroom you will learn how to implement changes for long-term sustainability using CAM-I’s “Closed Loop” methodology.
Public sector organizations are continually challenged to understand the true operational costs that support the programs and services they provide to Canadians. Changes to funding as well as ever-increasing resource constraints can make it difficult to maintain effective costing models for current and forecast service delivery.
In this hands-on virtual classroom, you’ll walk through a structured multistep approach to implement improved operational costing in your organization. The key to this is understanding what’s required to improve operational business processes, increase efficiencies and, as a result, optimize resources while retaining the quality of an organization’s programs and services.
The concepts you will learn about are based on the Consortium for Advanced Management – International (CAM-I)’s ”Closed Loop” methodology, which supports an integrated resource management approach to developing predictive business models that provide more accurate costing.
Note: Space is limited to the first 25 people who register.
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