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Do you have the necessary business tools in place? Getting off to a good start is even more important in an evolving and increasingly competitive market.
We have a case study on how a small strategic management team have provided support and co-ordination to a large transformation programme at the Post Office, some strategies on how to embed sustainability into your business, and a lesson in successful project set up. We also put the spotlight on an inspiring foundation called ZING.
The Post Office is part of the fabric of people’s lives in the UK, and it is currently undergoing a high visibility business transformation. Read about how we have helped coordinate and control this complex change programme to manage delivery risks and ensure the programme is a success.
Sustainability has moved from the periphery to the heart of business and therefore onto Board agendas and into job titles. The risk to corporate reputations of ignoring it or getting something wrong is high. Sustainability makes good business sense and it is also simply the right thing to do, so here are some strategies for building a more sustainable business…
This is the first of a short series of articles addressing some of the fundamentals of project management. In these tougher, more competitive times organisations are launching projects to grow, to refocus, to restructure, and to cut back. But how do we make sure these projects are set up properly and the scope doesn’t spiral out of control? Check out our straight talking insight to find out…
ZING is a private foundation that supports charitable organisations which work with young people in challenging circumstances. Read more about the fantastic work ZING does, and Berkeley’s recent involvement with it…
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