Stacey Love speaks to CBC about water management in Saskatchewan

Last week I attended the Saskatchewan Water Action Network (SWAN) conference, an event organized for sharing ideas and action plans related to improving waste water management in Saskatchewan. The organizers invited me to attend as a liaison to the french media. If you speak French, you can listen to my interview with CBC here: Se concerter pour mieux traiter les eaux usées. For those who do not speak french, here are some of the key points from the interview: Saskatchewan is very lucky to have as much water as we do, but it is still a limited resource. We need […]

Continue Reading 0

Accessory to a Change:
Fundraiser for Educational Bursaries

Tickets are on sale now for BPW’s exciting fundraising event, Accessory to a Change! The aim of this first annual sparkly soirée is to raise $20,000 in support of our bursary program for mature and Aboriginal women in and around Saskatoon. For more than 60 years, BPW Saskatoon has been providing financial support to the women in our community in order to help them achieve their personal and professional goals. LovePS is proud to support this event to help Educate women and Transform lives in and around Saskatoon. Co-chairs Stacey Love and Jami Young have promised tantalizing food stations, a […]

Continue Reading 0

Corporate Puberty:
Understanding Your Troubled Teen

Is your organization undergoing Corporate Puberty? Corporate Puberty is when companies start to mature and integrate their systems and processes. This can be a scary time for a lot of companies. They know they need to change but the scope can be daunting. Employees accustomed to manual processes worry that automation will eliminate their jobs and may be resistant. High hiring rates and employee on-boarding might actually slow productivity down for a time.

Continue Reading 0

Methodologies: Why you really need one

How do you bring Saskatchewan’s oldest university into the 20th century? That was the question facing the Mark Roman less than a year ago. Today I attended a talk by Roman, who is the VP of Information Technology at the local university. When he started his job there, he had a huge task ahead: amalgamating the various IT services across campus to leverage economies of scope and scale. He quickly realised that if he was to bring any kind of order to this task, he required a methodology…or two.

Continue Reading 0

The paperless office: are you really ready?

Do you work in a paperless office? Or do you work in an office where “paperless” is, well, only on paper? In preparing a Business Consulting Proposal recently, 2 items in the RFP caught my attention:

Continue Reading 0