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I started out in Management Consultancy in 1997 having graduated from the University of Durham with a Masters degree in Astrophysics. I have worked with some fantastic clients over the last fourteen ...
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Head of Digital Security Programmes & Change, BP
I moved from Berkeley to BP where I firstly took on a role as Programme Manager for a major IT & business change programme within BP's Oil Trading Business. I was responsible for delivering a series of projects which are genuinely transformational. Touching nearly every trading function globally, they sought to bring a step change improvement in BP's ability to control its trading business as well as delivering significant efficiency benefits. More recently, I've taken on a new role as Head of Digital Security Programmes & Change. It's a challenging role, but massively rewarding, and sometimes even fun!
I know that I would not have got to this level of responsibility without the benefit of having had five years working at Berkeley. Like many other Berkeley consultants I served my time in big firm consulting - PwC and Accenture - but was drawn to the more intimate client model that Berkeley offers. The firm's values struck a chord with me immediately: always "doing the right thing" for the client, upholding the highest standards of work and maintaining a very strong delivery focus.
A consulting organisation is only as good as the people who work for it and working at Berkeley you are surrounded by hugely capable people. I made many friends in my time there - colleagues and clients alike - and although I moved on back in 2005, I continue to feel part of the extended Berkeley "family".