After graduating from York University in 2006 with a masters degree in Physics, I instantly decided that a career in technology was for me. I joined Accenture’s technology consulting practice where I ...
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Founded in 1990, The Berkeley Partnership is an independent management consultancy. Based in London and New York, we work with many household names and global organisations helping them to develop strategies and transform their business. In doing so, we are often at the heart of them achieving their most ambitious goals.
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Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – which brings greater privacy protection for individuals and comes with hefty fines for failure to comply – has been looming for some time.
People can be the greatest champions or the biggest threats to change in an organisation. So, getting them to buy-in and positively contribute to a change programme is crucial.
The amount of material available on how to communicate effectively is staggering, yet staff surveys consistently highlight the need for better communication within organisations.
Net revenue growth should be at the heart of every business but too many organisations fail to deliver on their targets.