I graduated from Imperial College, London with a degree in Mining Geology, and then joined Andersen Consulting (now Accenture). After 6 years there, I moved to Berkeley. I have had the privilege of wo...
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This edition of unspun highlights the importance of thinking ahead. Whether you’re making fundamental or incremental changes to your business, it can sometimes be difficult to anticipate the degree to which your decisions may impact the future of your organisation. Being aware of potential pitfalls and taking the time to make the right choices can be the key to success.
The postal service is a crucial part of the UK’s social and economic ‘glue’ – yet the advancement of SMS, e-mail and the internet has meant a big decline in transactional mail.
Why is it so hard to develop a functional strategy?
Buying consultancy, and how you approach it, can have a big impact on the success of your project. Guest contributor Fiona Czerniawska explores why it’s hard to get it right, and how you can get better at it.
We say a fond farewell to partner Andy Boyes who, after 17 years at Berkeley, is moving on to pastures new. Andy is relocating to Edinburgh, swapping London life for a challenging new role in financial services.