Topic – The Economic Benefits of Recognizing Learning and Learning Credentials in Canada
Michael Bloom was a keynote speaker at this year’s CATNB/NBPLAR syposium. He is the Vice-President, Industry and Business Strategy at The Conference Board of Canada. Michael is responsible for managing seven research groups: Education, Skills and Immigration; Business Innovation; Industry and Business Strategy; Organizational Excellence; Governance, Compliance and Risk; Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations; and the Saskatchewan Institute. He oversees funded research projects and executive networks at the Conference Board, and has management responsibility for nineteen executive networks.
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