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Welcome to the latest edition of unspun, which focuses on our raison d’etre of supporting companies and industries in the midst of change. We explore how organisations are using robust but flexible planning to drive improvements in their business now, and to see what the future holds.
Helping Unilever streamline its approach to management reporting required careful planning and teamwork…
Will we get value for money under the Coalition Government’s Plans for the NHS? We explore the rationale behind the Government's latest proposal and some of the challenges ahead.
We look at how business modelling helped Marks & Spencer drive cost savings out of the logistics business of its Outlets operation.
Berkeley goes Public and talks Projects
Berkeley folk love talking to new people, so partner Richard Marsden recently took the chance to talk to the Guardian’s Public magazine about decision-making in the public sector, whilst partner Dave Machin chatted to Project magazine about the changes he's seen in clients’ approaches to running large scale change programmes.