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Having graduated from my BSc in Computer Science and a Masters in IT Management and Organisational Change at Lancaster University, I decided to pursue a career in Management Consulting. I joined Accen...
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It's the people that make Berkeley different to other consultancies.
Bright, friendly, down-to-earth people who are both thinkers and doers. Working by your side, as consultants and colleagues, to get the right results.
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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At Berkeley there is only ever one agenda, and that is our clients’ agenda. Don’t just take it from us; hear our clients describe the work Berkeley has done for them.
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Berkeley helped develop the turnaround strategy for the Post Office’s largest 300 branches.
There’s no getting away from it - while technology-enabled change is not new, the nature, pace of change and technologies available make digital transformation quite different.
While technology-enabled change is not new, the nature, pace of change and technologies available make digital transformation a very different prospect.
We’re all familiar with pilots – classic ways to prove solutions as part of traditional projects backed up by detailed business cases. But when it comes to digital transformation pilots are not always the best approach.