JHG Consulting Network, Inc. offers specialized management consulting and heritage conservation services that address social, cultural, health and justice issues, challenges and opportunities. We work with governments, non-governmental organizations, societal and cultural institutions, academic institutions, and private sector interests. We undertake small-scale projects on specific topics that address specific challenges; and we also contribute to large-scale, multi-faceted initiatives.
Collaboration is a fundamental part of everything we do, in all areas of our service offering. We work together with clients, their partners and stakeholders in balanced, engaging and constructive ways. Our experience working with diverse populations from different walks of life underpins our approach. We listen and seek to deepen understanding. We value the lived experiences of people and organizations. We use creative ways to share ideas and technical knowledge …Read More
How can we work collaboratively to facilitate sustainable social development and innovation? On October 17th, JHG hosted a team retreat for a day-long exploration of our learnings on collaborative practice. Stay tuned for more on the powerful work that is moving the private sector towards better corporate social engagement with communities.
In the days leading up to June 20th, 2013, the province of Alberta experienced heavy rainfall that triggered catastrophic flooding which came to be known as the worst flood in Alberta’s history. We are proud to be a part of the conservation community that was called into action to recover hundreds of objects from public and private collections that were damaged by the unprecedented onslaught of flood water.
JHG’s Michael Harrington (Heritage Conservation and Preservation Services) was on the ground in Calgary just days after the flood to provide guidance to the National Music Centre in the recovery of over 140 pianos, and an extensive electronic parts inventory that were affected by the flooding. At the peak of the recovery effort, JHG was also able to …Read More
Check out this snapshot of some of the projects we’re currently working on:
Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada Project Evaluation
Drawing on our experience in evaluating projects in Arctic community contexts, JHG is evaluating an innovative project by Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada. We will be focusing on the process and outcomes of Pauktuutit’s work to engage Inuit men and boys in community and regional efforts to reduce violence against Inuit women and girls.
Towards Effective Health Promotion and Prevention: Leveraging our Network
JHG welcomes Tullio Caputo from the Centre for Initiatives on Children, Youth and Community, and Marcella Ogenchuk, from the University of Saskatchewan as expert advisors for a project that looks at illicit drug use among youth ages 10-24. Leveraging our network of expertise – we are …Read More
JHG is providing facilities planning services to the Peterborough Museum and Archives (PMA) – playing a leadership role in their Museum Renewal Project by facilitating a smooth, successful and cost-effective move of collections material and archives to a new purpose built storage facility adjacent to the present museum building. The JHG Heritage Conservation Services team was thrilled to attend the Peterborough Museum’s groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility that took place November 5th, 2013.
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