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unspun 33 - Making a success of digital transformation
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Welcome to unspun 33, the latest edition of our occasional newsletter, aimed at keeping you up to date with some of our latest thinking and news at Berkeley. This latest issue includes insights designed to help organisations make a success of digital transformation.
While technology-enabled change is not new, the nature, pace of change and technologies available make digital transformation a very different prospect. The first vital step for any digital transformation programme leader is to be clear on these differences and navigate...
If digital transformation can sometimes feel like a voyage into the unknown, how do you steer the right course? Here we highlight five key factors to lead transformation successfully.
We’re all familiar with the concept of pilots – the classic way to prove solutions and test business cases. But when it comes to digital transformation, with its inherently dynamic, fluid, fast-changing character, a more dynamic approach may be more appropriate: experimentation.
As we enter the second Berkeley financial year with a US operation, partner Neil McClumpha provides an update on how things are progressing and some insights into the differences of living on the ‘other side of the pond’.
We round up this issue with a brief update on recent pro-bono work with Toast Ale & Step up to Serve.
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