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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

 

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7:30 - 15:00

REGISTRATION
(Shaw Centre - Rideau Canal Atrium - Level 2)

7:30 - 8:30

COFFEE/TEA & CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
(Shaw Centre - Parliament Foyer - Level 3)

ST2Guest speakers may unexpectedly switch from one official language to the other. Simultaneous translation is available for all keynote presentations and sessions. To avoid disappointment, pick up your translation device at the beginning of the day at the audio visual kiosk outside Plenary Hall 301.


Visit the Exhibit Hall - Parliament Foyer

8:30 - 9:15

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

(Plenary Hall 301)

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Guy Laflamme

Executive Director, Ottawa 2017 Bureau
Canada's 150th celebrations in the Nation's Capital

OTTAWA 2017: THE PLACE TO CELEBRATE CANADA'S SESQUICENTENNIAL

In 2017, Ottawa is anticipating a 20% boost in tourism, as record numbers come to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary. Guy Laflamme, Executive Director of the Ottawa 2017 Bureau, will introduce you to Ottawa's audacious and imaginative celebration of Confederation and detail how this historic event is being used to transform the City's brand and economy. See how a solid business strategy with well-defined performance indicators can maximize the economic returns of major commemorations and leave with an urgent desire to book your own Ottawa 2017 experience.

Language of presentation: Bilingual
Simultaneous interpretation available.

9:15 - 10:10

Presentation

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

(Plenary Hall 301)

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Chief Executive Officer, Habitat for Humanity Canada

CHALLENGES OF COLLABORATIVE FUNDING MODELS

Transformational leadership is the key to the success of Habitat for Humanity. Working in collaboration with multiple stakeholders in order: to identify needed change; to align it to its vision; and, to drive change in tandem, is what allows Habitat for Humanity to be one of the most successful not-for-profits in the world.
Language of presentation: English
Simultaneous interpretation available.
10:10 - 10:30

COFFEE BREAK
(Parliament Foyer - Level 3)

Visit the Exhibit Hall - Parliament Foyer

10:30 - 12:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

LE FRANCOPHILE ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS Plenary Hall 301
AGENDA FOR RESULTS UNDERSTANDING EXECUTIVES' INFORMATION NEEDS Rooms 206 & 208
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES INTEGRATED REPORTING AND INTEGRATED THINKING: FOCUSING ON VALUE CREATION IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR Room 215
CPA STREAM RISKY BUSINESS: LEVERAGING DATA ANALYTICS, INSIGHT AND VISUALIZATIONS THROUGHOUT THE AUDIT LIFE CYCLE TO MITIGATE RISK Rooms 205 & 207
12:00 - 13:15

LUNCH & NETWORKING BREAK
(Canada Hall 302)

Visit the Exhibit Hall - Parliament Foyer

12:00 - 13:00

NETWORKING LUNCHEON: BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS AND OPPORTUNITIES 
* Session in French

(Room 213)

with Guest Speaker, André Morency, former CFO of Transport Canada (2002-2014)

This special networking luncheon is available in English on Tuesday 12:00 to 1:00 pm. Reserved seating for ticket holders only.
13:15 - 14:30

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

LE FRANCOPHILE INNOVATION AND BEST PRACTICES IN GRANTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS MANAGEMENT Plenary Hall 301
AGENDA FOR RESULTS COMMUNICATING FINANCIAL INFORMATION (PART 1) Rooms 206 & 208
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES MANAGING FOR RESULTS Room 215
CPA STREAM YOU CAN'T MANAGE WHAT YOU DON'T MEASURE Rooms 205 & 207
14:30 - 14:50

COFFEE BREAK
(Parliament Foyer - Level 3)

Visit the Exhibit Hall - Parliament Foyer

14:50 - 16:00

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

LE FRANCOPHILE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT COLLABORATION Plenary Hall 301
AGENDA FOR RESULTS COMMUNICATING FINANCIAL INFORMATION (PART 2) Rooms 206 & 208
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES PARTNERSHIP - AN IDEAL MODE OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Room 215
CPA STREAM MAKING BETTER AND FASTER DECISIONS IN A DISRUPTIVE WORLD Rooms 205 & 207
15:00 - 19:30

ALN's Connection Reception

$10.00 each +HST

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

Maximum Capacity: 100

Tickets available for purchase on-line only
until Friday, November 18th.

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Shaw Centre - Room 215

(Doors open at 4:30pm)