Mario has helped countless organizations and institutions solve complex problems. His collaborative approach empowers all stakeholders involved in the process. From startups and small projects to educational reform – Mario is experienced, equipped, and ready to make big things happen.


Ben Kelly, Teacher at Caledonia Regional School, Hillsborough, NB

For well over a decade Mario Chiasson has lead his school district in the educational integration of skilled trades and technology. Thousands of teachers and students have benefitted directly from his vision and application of innovative learning solutions.

Leadership :

The education system has a responsibility to prepare students to work in teams, be critical thinkers and problem solvers. This includes the ability to innovate, create, communicate, and collaborate. Working with the senior administration and the core leadership team to establishing vision, mission and develop yearly strategic action plan to transform learning.

Assessment and Accountability:

Research examines how engaging teachers in collaboratively constructing situated assessments enhances teacher professional development, fosters meaningful shifts to practice, and supports productive conceptions of accountability. By focusing on formative assessment practices and reflecting with benchmarking and large scale date, teachers are in a position to assure to accompany student at their highest level of achievement.

IT Infrastructure:

Learning institutions (K-20) are faced with intense pressure to stay agile and responsive to a transformational learning environment. Emerging technologies cloud, virtualization, mobility, big data and analytics are driving new avenues of innovations and forcing organizations to rethink the way they do business. It is critical that your IT systems are aligned and geared up to meet the organization needs. For today and future.

Process Improvement:

Often times business processes are clunky and cluttered with undocumented elements that only a handful of people are aware of. Quick fixes are typically applied to address point-in-time issues, but plans to develop a permanent solution are not made a priority. Eventually these processes become so complex that the original purpose is lost, a problem that is further exasperated when key employees leave the organization. Cracks in the foundation of the most critical processes suddenly become much more apparent and costs to develop necessary solutions can quickly multiply. Efficient and effective processes greatly contribute to operational effectiveness. Organizations are better prepared for changes in their respective environments and are equipped to quickly respond to shifts in the market. By providing process improvement services, can assist your organization to achieve greater operating efficiencies and improve margins.

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