Greenville Enterprises Five-Year Strategic Plan

Although it is clear that great opportunities exist for Aboriginal businesses, there is a distinct need for formalized research findings and knowledge dissemination about Aboriginal organizations and the role that they can play in creating sustainable economies. In an attempt to address this research gap research institutions and analysts are building a body of literature that documents the development, growth, and daily operations of some of these successful Aboriginal organizations. The Village of Laxgalts’ap is one of the four Nisga’a communities under the Nisga’a Lisims Government that created Greenville Enterprises Inc. in 2009, an organization focusing on logging, log sorting, log home building, scaling and cedar shake milling. This project will focus on the development of a 5-year comprehensive strategic plan that examines the current strategies of the organization, how business choices for services and products align with current company strategies and goals, maximizing the potential for commercial success of new ventures or products.

Faculty Supervisor:

Dr. James Tansey


Carolyn Beaumont


Greenville Enterprises Inc.





University of British Columbia



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