Date posted: December 5, 2013
The Gulf News has featured Professor William Scott-Jackson’s warning to business leaders to focus on giving young Emiratis training and work experience – rather than filling quotas.
Date posted: December 3, 2013
In response to Emiratization targets not being met, a leading Oxford-based professor has warned that quotas won’t work in the long term, because they don’t focus on the real problems.
Date posted: November 21, 2013
Professor William Scott-Jackson of Oxford Strategic Consulting has added his voice to the ongoing Emiratization debate on Radio 1 and Radio 2 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Date posted: November 20, 2013
A research report by Oxford Strategic Consulting has been used on Slate.com to pose the question: Do women drivers make economic sense?
Date posted: November 18, 2013
The National UAE newspaper, one of the leading English-language publications in the Middle East, has run an editorial comment on the importance of building leadership skills in young Emiratis, thanks to an insightful interview with Professor William Scott-Jackson.
Date posted: November 15, 2013
Here is our five point plan to boost Emiritization and Nationalization goals for your organisation. We work with companies all over the Middle East region to build talent in their young nationals and this is how our experts advise you to start.
Date posted: November 6, 2013
Energy company BP is supporting a major new research project to boost Emirati and Omani engineering talent, to be carried out by top HR advisors Oxford Strategic Consulting.
Date posted: November 1, 2013
Professor William Scott-Jackson of Oxford Strategic Consulting will be presenting a session entitled “Building local talent in the Oil & Gas sector” at the Oil & Gas HR Summit taking place in Abu Dhabi, UAE on 20-21 November 2013.
Date posted: October 25, 2013
Professor William Scott-Jackson of Oxford Strategic Consulting has been featured in an exclusive interview on the front page of The National newspaper Abu Dhabi, one of the leading English-language newspapers in the Middle East.
Date posted: October 23, 2013
A respected Oxford-based professor has warned that over 64 per cent of Emiratis have to be leaders, in comparison to around 10 per cent in most other economies.