DRDC Toronto Technical Stream Integrated Capabilities and Vision

Vision et capacités intégrées du réseau technique de RDDC Toronto

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Authors
  1. Auger, R.
  2. Beechinor, T.
  3. Boland, H.
  4. Fraser, B.
  5. Keefe, A.
  6. Pavlovic, N.
  7. Saunders, D.
  8. Terhaar, P.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN)
Abstract
With the success of DRDC Toronto's Organizational Alignment Program and Professional Partnership Philosophy, the Technical Stream (TS) was presented with the challenge of providing a foundation for its success through the identification of their unique, integrated capabilities and the impact that they have towards achieving organizational impact. A secondary objective was to develop a TS vision statement that would be instituted within the Technical Council Charter. A project team of eight TS members, representing military and civilians from all sections, and a wide range of occupational groups and experience, developed a notional set of integrated capabilities and vision statements. These were presented to all Technical Professionals through a Town Hall meeting and published on Corporanet for review. Based on the feedback received, four current and four developing integrated capabilities and the Technical Stream vision statement were identified, and presented at the 2010 All Staff Briefing and subsequent Management Committee meeting. Based on positive reception and acceptance, a multi-phase notional roadmap was proposed to provide a strategy for future TS development. This roadmap is based on the themes of: a) upholding the Technical Profession, b) developing the Technical Professional, c) fostering a culture of collaboration and networks and 4) expanding the Technical Professional's influence. Through the identification of the TS integrated capabilities and vision statement

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Keywords
Technical Stream, Organizational Alignment Program, Professional Partnership Phi
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-TM-2011-017 — Technical Memorandum
Date of publication
01 Sep 2011
Number of Pages
41
DSTKIM No
CA037175
CANDIS No
536735
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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