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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unspun 36 - Making the most of agile
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We are pleased to bring you the latest edition of unspun and share our latest thinking around agile, data management principles and an update on Berkeley.
Agile has become an increasingly popular way to deliver projects – including projects that have nothing to do with IT. What does good Change Management look like in a more agile environment and how can you ensure that you do this well?
Many businesses have recognised the fast-growing importance of data for some time and as a result have invested heavily in ‘Data Value’ capabilities. But what is the best way to set up your organisation for success in managing its data assets?
Evolving requirements and the need for more frequent change are increasingly seen as the norm in enterprise resource planning projects. But which parts of agile – tools, methods, techniques, organisational constructs – work best in an ERP project?
We are delighted to announce that Berkeley has been listed in the top 10 of The Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work for in 2019.
We round up this issue with updates on how Berkeley have been supporting charitable organisations as part of their Positive Social Action programme.