Salon Business Intelligence
Gestion de la performance - un cas vécu
Parrainée par :
Conférencier : Ramy Sedra, Biond Conseil - Paul Cardinal, Fédération des chambres immobilières du Québec
Heure et endroit : 9h15 - 10h00 / Salle 1
De nos jours, on entend souvent parler de la gestion de la performance. Certaines personnes en parlent comme si c'était la 7e merveille du monde et d'autres sont réticentes à...
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