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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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.

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About Berkeley

We’re about being there for our clients when it really matters. When it absolutely has to be right. Doing the right thing is both our ethos and sweet spot. And it’s why clients turn to us again and again.

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Whatever your long term career goals, we’re here to support you. Through an open dialogue, we help our people to build the capabilities, experiences and networks they need to boost their careers.

Project Assurance Healthcheck

Of all projects started, 44% are delivered late, over budget or don’t meet the required outcomes. 24% never make it over the line and are cancelled.*

No sector is immune to the challenges of programme delivery, with businesses writing off tens if not hundreds of millions of pounds a year on failed or over-budget projects and programmes.

One way of reducing the risk of failure is to ensure that major projects and programmes are subject to regular independent assurance reviews.  A useful first step in completing these reviews can be to conduct a diagnostic health-check to identify potential problem areas.

This ‘diagnostic tool’ has been designed to be quickly applied to a broad range of organisations and business situations, whilst remaining as relevant as possible in specific circumstances. To achieve a more complete and targeted assessment of your Programme, we can do a short, sharp assessment tailored to your specific situation. To find out more, please contact Richard Pavesi or call us on 020 7643 5800.

* Source: Standish Group Survey 2009