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National Research Council – Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation: Proposed process for evaluating collaborative projects

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(Research Project) M.B.A.
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2007
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The National Research Council Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation (NRC – IFCI) is a government institution charged with aiding the development of the fuel cell industry in Canada. One way in which this is accomplished is for the NRC – IFCI to engage in collaborative partnerships with other organizations. The current process for evaluating and selecting these projects relies heavily on the knowledge and intuition of a few key individuals, and lacks the structure to align organizational and project goals. This project will propose changes which will address these issues. It will also make recommendations for further improvement. The proposed changes are intended to start a dialogue. The impact will be greatly enhanced by contributions from the existing agents of the NRC – IFCI who are currently making decisions on collaborative projects.
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