Scorecard Renovation
In 2016 Rainforest Alberta was borne from the question: How can we measure our province’s innovation ecosystem?
In tandem with Rainforest Strategies LLP, those questions have been asked at summits where we assessed Alberta’s innovation ecosystem with the Rainforest Scorecard. RFS LLP and the scorecard have given us the tools and mental models to critically assess and support Alberta’s growing and evolving tech industry.

Nearly three years later, it is time to assess the Rainforest Scorecard itself. The community has grown and evolved beyond our current measuring tool.

Your job: Assess the Assessment

Review the statements for each pillar and note: what's good; what's could be better; or what's missing. This is the chance to develop new statements, revise the language in existing statements, and capture the ecosystem in a way that's informative of the Calgary/Alberta ecosystem. Your insight into the ecosystem is what makes you an expert.

A couple notes:
-The assessment was originally designed to look at a single organization and it's internal activities. When you see the note 'organization' think 'ecosystem'.
-The scorecard is not meant to assess only Rainforest activities, it's purpose is to encompass all of tech in innovation in Calgary and be measured by the community.

More context:
https://www.rainforestab.ca/wiki/pillars
https://www.rainforestab.ca/wiki/Scorecard

Questions:
kourtbranagan@gmail.com

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