Improving Decisions at the Core of Operations.

Northwood Advisors…Better Decisions at the Core of Operations

Every organization has tough decisions at the core of its operation. As advisors to senior management at over 200 companies for nearly 25 years, Northwood Advisors has developed an approach to help organizations identify the most important levers of operational performance. With these levers, we determine the questions that must be answered and how best to answer them through people, process and technical solutions. The insight for these decisions often comes from building innovative analytical models in concert with the collective wisdom of joint teams with our clients. At Northwood Advisors, we architect solutions with these assets and embed insight at the point of decision.  

Over the past two decades, we have helped medium and large organizations around the world answer a wide range of questions. What are the most important customers on which to focus and how?  What new processes, facilities, physical and people resources are needed to deliver the right products at the right place and price? How can we predict a purchase based upon corporate research patterns and/or clickstream data? Our core team of principals, analysts and engineers are complemented by a network of experts from across industry, research and academia. Together with our clients, we work in focused teams to design and deploy solutions.

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  • Digital Product Innovation and Design Workshops
  • Architecture & Design for Analytics and Decision Systems
  • Rapid Prototyping and Simulation of Intelligent Workflows
  • Inflight Intervention for Troubled Data-Driven Projects
  • Organizational Development of Analytical Maturity
  • Implementation Partner Selection, Monitoring & Measurement

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by Myron Weber
Oct 29, 2013
I had the opportunity to present at the Alteryx SoCal User Group. I'm posting the slides here - for those who missed the ...