After graduating from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Finance, Accounting and Management, I took two gap years where I carried out voluntary work (Citizen’s Advice Bureau), an internship...
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Berkeley were asked by the Managing Director of Rail Development at Go-Ahead Group to provide strategic advice to facilitate cross-collaboration across its diverse TOC’s.
By rapidly establishing credibility at the most senior levels and adopting a very collaborative approach, Berkeley built strong alignment between functional directors across several autonomous businesses. This resulted in strong agreement on ‘what’ to do and created the ownership and commitment needed to ‘make it happen’.
"Berkeley provided high quality end-to-end delivery. I didn’t need to babysit the engagement, yet I felt sufficiently in control of the overall direction. They very quickly tuned-in to the corporate culture and tailored the product in a way that gave it the best chance of gaining traction in the business."
Charlie Hodgson – Managing Director, Rail Development, Go-Ahead Group
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