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unspun 32 - Building a bridge between strategy and delivery
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Further to the positive feedback received after the unspun re-launch in November last year, we are pleased to bring you the latest edition of Unspun, our occasional newsletter, aimed at keeping you up to date with some of our latest thinking and news at Berkeley.
Defining the right strategy is a critical part of any business and a significant achievement. The subsequent challenge of moving into delivery has never been easy, yet business leaders are under increasing pressure to define their strategies more quickly and to deliver them...
You might think that sharing services is all about improving back office efficiency, but this is only part of the story. Approach it in the right way and it can also be a big value generator for your business.
Cyber security is often seen as a remote, nebulous problem, yet the impact of recent events lies firmly in the real-world. We asked Ed Parsons from information security specialists, MWR Infosecurity, to give his perspective.
He’s no Alistair Cooke, but Neil McClumpha, our Partner leading Berkeley’s newly established US office, reports back on the first six months.
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