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Why Organisations Love The Oxford Review

Are you the kind of person who prefers good evidence to base your decisions and actions on? If more colleagues in your organisation were to adopt an evidence-based approach, how would that impact decision-making, productivity and performance? Experience is great… but… When they’re making decisions, taking action or working with others people usually depend on […]

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How to use The Oxford Review to do more than just be the most knowledgeable person in the room

How to use The Oxford Review in your coaching practice

The appliance of science – How to use The Oxford Review research briefings to do more that just be the most knowledgeable person in the room. It’s all very well having amazing research briefings to fuel your evidence-based practice and to just to be ‘in the know’ however, you can use our research briefings for […]

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Competitive Intelligence From The Oxford Review


What is competitive intelligence?   Competitive intelligence refers to the process of finding collating, storing and learning from information held outside an organisation that gives that organisation a competitive advantage.    Main points about competitive intelligence : Competitive intelligence focussed on information external to the organisation Competitive intelligence is distinct from competitor intelligence which is focussed […]

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How to cite and reference material from The Oxford Review

Many people like to use our blog posts, research briefings, special reports and infographics in their own blogs, reports and presentations. We follow the MLA (Modern Language Association) citation rubric. How to reference / cite: Research Briefings Special reports Infographics How to properly cite or reference material from The Oxford Review Research Briefings If the […]

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