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In Conversation with: Susan Wakhungu-Githuku

Susan Wakhungu-Githuku is the Founder & CEO of Human Performance Dynamics Africa, Susan previously worked at the Coca-Cola Company as the Eurasia & Africa Group Director for Coca-Cola University. In this capacity she was responsible for learning and development initiatives in 90 countries globally. Q: “Why do we have such…
Ruth Davis
13 February 2019
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In Conversation with: Pete Ondeng

Pete Ondeng is a seasoned economic development practitioner, author, thought leader and inspiring public speaker.  He has led several local and international organizations in the private, public and non-profit sectors.  Today, he draws on his broad experience to provide strategic advice to companies and non-profit organizations.  He has advised corporate…
Ruth Davis
13 February 2019
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From Oxford to Bangkok

Oxford HR team was in Bangkok, Thailand to attend the 4th Annual AIDF Asia Summit on June 20-21st 2018 (http://asia.aidforum.org/) . The forum brought together 250+ regional decision makers from regional governments, UN agencies, NGOs, intergovernmental and civil society organisations to discuss strategies around improving AID delivery and health resilience…
Helena Newton
29 June 2018
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From Canary Wharf to the Amsterdam Canals

At Oxford HR we have had an exciting and challenging fortnight and we thought we would share our latest developments with you. It all started last week with our quarterly strategic away day, when we all gathered from around the world (Sudan, Amsterdam, and even Brighton!), joining forces to decide on…
Maria Grigore
22 June 2018
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Oxford HR at the ERA Annual Conference

Oxford HR has recently joined the Executive Research Association (ERA), a network of research professionals promoting excellence and professionalism in our field, as well as an open and welcoming space for the discussion of industry trends and best practices. On Wednesday, ERA held its Annual Conference, which I had the…
Maria Grigore
27 April 2018
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The Ongoing Struggle for Net Neutrality

Cambridge Analytica’s data breach, which has compromised at least 87 million Facebook users’ personal information,(1) has taken the internet by storm this week, causing many to vow to stop using the platform. The breach also included harvesting people’s personal messages, which has awakened the current conversation about privacy and caused…
Razane Cherk
13 April 2018