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A Plan for Experimentation at Canadian Heritage This plan sets out our approach to integrate experimentation into all elements of our department’s core business. All funding programs are pursuing experimentation to test, measure and compare the effectiveness of new approaches. All of our internal service offices are supporting the pursuit of experimentation in the department, and are adapting their processes and risk tolerances accordingly. Experimentation is a priority for employees at all level. Employees at all these levels have contributed immensely to the plans and proposals contained in this document, and are the primary reason why Canadian Heritage has developed momentum to advance experimentation across all business lines. This plan is divided into 4 parts. <ul> <li>* First, we will outline our experimentation journey at Canadian Heritage, and how we got to where we are now.</li> <li>* Second, we will outline the approach the department took to develop plans and proposals for this fiscal year (2017-18), and we will outline some of the highlights and themes from this work.</li> <li> * Third, we will describe some of the lessons we have learned so far in our work, point to some of the impacts that experimentation has already made at Canadian Heritage. <li>* Finally, in the Annexes of the Plan, we have attached summaries of the 45 experiments that have beenproposed by Canadian Heritage’s programs, and approved in-principle by the department’s ExecutiveCommittee and Special Committee on Experimentation.</li> </ul> 2019-03-06 2019-03-14 Canadian Heritage open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca Arts, Music, LiteratureGovernment and PoliticsInformation and CommunicationsSociety and CultureInnovationExperimentationCanadian Heritage A Plan for Experimentation at Canadian HeritagePDF/UA https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/eef1a53c-f2c1-4679-b765-27026b31f7ff/resource/789582eb-3220-4fb0-b9d8-f26e3f0b85df/download/a-plan-for-experimentation-at-canadian-heritage-nuance-final-2.pdf A Plan for Experimentation at Canadian HeritagePDF/UA https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/eef1a53c-f2c1-4679-b765-27026b31f7ff/resource/562b3baf-3b0b-46a0-89b5-7a547b630090/download/un-plan-aux-fins-dexperimentation-au-ministere-du-pch-nuance-final-2_qc.pdf

A Plan for Experimentation at Canadian Heritage

This plan sets out our approach to integrate experimentation into all elements of our department’s core business. All funding programs are pursuing experimentation to test, measure and compare the effectiveness of new approaches. All of our internal service offices are supporting the pursuit of experimentation in the department, and are adapting their processes and risk tolerances accordingly. Experimentation is a priority for employees at all level. Employees at all these levels have contributed immensely to the plans and proposals contained in this document, and are the primary reason why Canadian Heritage has developed momentum to advance experimentation across all business lines.

This plan is divided into 4 parts.

  • First, we will outline our experimentation journey at Canadian Heritage, and how we got to where we are now.
  • Second, we will outline the approach the department took to develop plans and proposals for this fiscal year (2017-18), and we will outline some of the highlights and themes from this work.
  • Third, we will describe some of the lessons we have learned so far in our work, point to some of the impacts that experimentation has already made at Canadian Heritage.
  • Finally, in the Annexes of the Plan, we have attached summaries of the 45 experiments that have beenproposed by Canadian Heritage’s programs, and approved in-principle by the department’s ExecutiveCommittee and Special Committee on Experimentation.

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