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Welcome to this edition of unspun, which offers Berkeley’s insight into three hot topics. We tackle Business Ethics head on, consider the growing need for Business Intelligence alongside a case study from Unilever, and provide an introduction into the world of Agile, dispelling a few myths along the way. There’s also an update on our Community Contribution work to top it all off. Enjoy…
Today’s battle to recruit and retain talent is increasingly being defined by an organisation’s ability to describe its ethics well, and to illustrate the way it shapes day-to-day behaviours, both to employees and to the outside world. What does it mean to be an ethical person, and why do people sometimes make questionable decisions in their professional lives?
Thanks to modern technology, there has been an explosion in the volume of data available to businesses. So, how can businesses exploit this information to their advantage? This is where the need for Business Intelligence comes in. For Unilever, the demand for data driven business insights in a fast changing, and increasingly competitive, global environment required a major step change in their information capabilities.
If you work in or around IT you will have heard of Agile Development. You may have direct experience of working with it on a project, or you may only know the name, but it’s hard to deny that it’s an increasingly popular and prevalent means for IT and business teams to collaborate in order to deliver change. This article addresses some of the myths surrounding Agile, and highlights some of the key lessons learned from our experience.
UK Youth is one of the charities Berkeley has a strong relationship with, as we maintain our community contribution efforts. We round up this issue with a brief update on what UK Youth are up to, and outline some recent projects we have been involved with.
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