Professionals’ Networked Community Platform; Cannabis Connect™
Cannabis Connect™ is the leading Professionals’ Networked Community (PNC) platform for Cannabis and Hemp value chain organizations, the management and workforces which run them, their partners, suppliers and customers which support and interact with them.Join Us
Our Professionals’ Networked Community (PNC) platform, Cannabis ConnectTM, is organized using five (5) levels, or tiers.
Each Tier has a specific orientation and strength, as well as a set of unique functions and capabilities.
As you progress from one Tier to another, you gain access to additional States (or Territories, Provinces and Countries) based on which Member organization you start with.Read More
Ducats & Alms™
A Cannabis Connect™ Gaming System
We have embedded the Ducats and Alms™ gaming system within our Cannabis Connect™ platform. This section covers the basic Game Rules & Game Shop Pavilion objectives. We invite our Members to help us fine tune this unique game and move it towards a more broad-based content and knowledge management system which grows everyones’ knowledge, skills and competencies.Read More
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Usually, the areas that generate the greatest long-term savings are the adoption of Value Chain Management (VCM) and Sourcing best practices. The best way to achieve these savings is to use well-structured VCM and Sourcing methodologies that pursue opportunities in phases, starting with the easiest and most opportunistic and rewarding areas first.
The strategic shareholder value associated with an Agile / Lean program methodology addresses the core concept areas depicted above. These help any Cannabis and Hemp organization with the Methods, t=Tools and Training (MTT) needed to transform any firm who has the motivation to help change the status quo and move the company to an entirely new level of organization and profitability.
NOTE: Make sure to read our definition of TOC (Theory of Constraints) which is shown as the gray-colored circle, above. The definition is found in our March 31st 2020 BLOG.
What typically keeps internal audit from being more involved during the M&A effort?
What is a post-acquisition audit?
Can our Internal Audit organization be involved during the integration planning and execution phases?
How can the Internal Audit organization add value for the M&A process, and especially during the due diligence phase?