I spent the first eight years of my working life in a line technology role with a third-party supply chain and logistics service provider, joining in 1990 on completing an IT degree. When I left, I w...
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A finance transformation is rarely easy. When JLL saw its finance transformation drift off course, they reached out to Berkeley for help.
Providing expert support for Altus UK who bought its biggest competitor and ensuring they got there integration right.
Partner Jonathan Kennedy explains why building ownership was critical for putting the GTR franchise on track.
Berkeley helped develop the turnaround strategy for the Post Office’s largest 300 branches.
A blend of programme delivery, governance and change management expertise filled a critical gap in the internal programme team’s capability.
How we helped the Post Office tackle a complex transformation programme.
Berkeley were asked by the Managing Director of Rail Development to provide strategic advice to facilitate cross-collaboration across its diverse TOC’s.
How we helped our client to develop and implement a new global web platform.
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