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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In summary, the Berkeley team provided end-to-end leadership and strategic advice in establishing clear approaches to Change Management and key elements of programme delivery, working hand in hand and as part of the leadership team. The key themes were planning, governance, organisational design and business readiness.
A blend of programme delivery, governance and change management expertise filled a critical gap in the internal programme team’s capability. As well as ensuring the success of this major transformation, the Berkeley team transferred knowledge to the PSS programme team resource and created a sustainable change to the organisation as a whole.
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