With Business Intelligence, organizations have the opportunity to gain insight into customer behavior, identify problems and opportunities, and improve efficiencies. The best way to inform these areas is through evaluating data effectively.
COVID-19 has required collaboration between unexpected organizations. Discover how Oxford helped bridge the gap between two unlikely partners to enable a safe and successful international sporting event.
In 2020, it is anticipated that there will be 1,806,590 new cases of cancer reported and over 606,502 deaths. In order to effectively collect and analyze this data and provide better patient outcomes, organizations partner with Certified Tumor Registrars.
Emerging technologies are changing the nature of how individuals work. This Fourth Industrial Revolution has created a widening skills gap, which can limit an organizations capabilities. Here are five strategies to help close the skills gap.
Stern Vilé has spent years learning to encourage his mentees to flourish. After forming a habit to reflect a positive attitude, he quickly advanced in his career as a recruiter. Now, as a Director of Recruiting, Stern continues to develop his recruitment skills and harness them to help his team achieve success.
Shannon’s professional background is primarily in teaching and auditing, and she has been partnering with Oxford for over 10 years. She enjoys working with Oxford because she knows “it is a company that appreciates their consultants.”
Organizations understand that digital transformation plays a critical role in staying competitive. Most companies were in the midst of digital transformation when the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to accelerate their projects — ready or not.