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unspun 38 - The importance of staying connected
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Welcome to unspun 38. We’re pleased to bring you the latest edition of our newsletter, unspun. In these uncertain times, keeping connected with our contacts is more important than ever, so we hope you enjoy reading our recent thinking and news at Berkeley.
This issue includes articles on topical themes including: adapting your operating model, making difficult choices for your portfolio of programmes, defining your product and platform technology operating model, an insight into our recent work at JLL as well as some Berkeley news.
Large business transformation programmes come with a complex rationale and business case. How do you make the right decisions for your programme and, once you do, what happens next?
Current events have forced organisations to make rapid, tactical changes to their existing operating models. We suggest an approach for evaluating options to establish a coherent set of changes.
A finance transformation is rarely easy. It’s no surprise, then, that many are time-consuming and few achieve all they set out to. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Are you making the jump to a product-centric operating model? This is more than a quick re-organisation or internal process refresh and needs to be carefully embedded into the ways of working. Consider Berkeley’s 8 step checklist to get this right.
We were delighted to announce that Richard Bryant and David Irish became Partners at The Berkeley Partnership, effective 1st July 2020.
Staying connected as a firm has been even more important during these difficult months. At Berkeley, we have made a real effort to come up with creative ways to keep connected while we work from home.
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