After two years in the public sector, I started my consulting career at PwC in 2010. Throughout my time there I developed a broad set of consulting skills designing and implementing large scale change...
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Welcome to unspun 34! We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of our newsletter. This issue includes insights on the value of Net Revenue Management, the vital role people play in changing organisations successfully, and the value of being a not-for-profit or charity trustee, as well as an update from our New York office and some new Partner news.
Net revenue growth should be at the heart of every business but too many organisations fail to deliver on their targets. Learn more about the value of net revenue management and follow our six practical steps to help bring focus on profitable growth.
People can be the greatest champions or the biggest threats to change in an organisation. How can you put people at the heart of this – ensuring they buy-in and positively contribute to your change programme?
As we near the completion of the second Berkeley financial year with a US operation, Partner Neil McClumpha reports back from our NY office.
Berkeley welcomed two new partners to its London & New York offices at the start of the year.
We round up this issue with a Q&A article focused on the value of being a trustee; the benefits gained in return on both a professional and personal basis.