Royal Roads University seeks tech companies for MAPC live case challenge this fall

Royal Roads University seeks tech companies for MAPC live case challenge this fall

Do you have a communication challenge within your organization? Do you need fresh eyes to create innovative solutions to issues like employee engagement, internal structure, awareness, communication challenges, culture, growth, etc.?

Royal Roads University’s School of Communication and Culture is seeking a tech company interested in participating in the MAPC live case challenge this fall.

What: The School of Communication and Culture works with organizations in the Masters of Arts in Professional Communication program.

Who: Talented and experienced mid-career professionals from across Canada participate in this challenge as part of their residency. Two teams would work with you to create communication plans that address the issue(s) you give them.

  • Before September 20: work with faculty to determine the focus of your issue (phone call or coffee), record a 20 minute interview outlining the details of your organization and the scope of your communication issue. Provide supplementary materials (website link, strategic plans, etc.)
  • Between  October 22 – November 7: communicate with teams via email, video, site visit (time parameters can be set by you, one point person per team contacts you)
  • November 9: Attend the presentations at Royal Roads in the Centre for Dialogue.  

If you’re interested please contact:  

Barb Collombin, Associate Faculty  Barbara.1collombin@royalroads.ca  cell 250.213.6265

Jenn Walinga, Program Head MAPC Jennifer.walinga@royalroads.ca