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unspun 35 - Helping you find the path to success
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Welcome to unspun 35. We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of our newsletter, unspun. This issue includes articles on coaching, the NHS, Intelligent Automation and an update from Berkeley’s UK & US offices.
At Berkeley, we’re always looking for ways to do things differently, especially when it comes to supporting our people and doing the best possible job for clients.
The world of Intelligent Automation is increasingly becoming a source of competitive advantage. How do you best understand the potential for your organisation and unlock the value that IA can generate for your business?
To safeguard its future, the NHS must find a credible way to achieve financial balance. In this article we look at how a strategy, developed with data-driven modelling at its core can help health leaders choose the right path to sustainability.
Latest updates on the London office move and our New York event at the Yankee Stadium.
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