Lexi Lavelle

Lexi Lavelle

Challenges to Agile Working in the Public Sector

Agile – it’s no longer a new concept, but many public sector colleagues may find themselves experiencing the “mindset shift” in 2019. Agile has swept the private sector for years now, and is now being adopted by public sector organisations. Why? Because it provides the flexibility, pragmatism and, well, agility to succeed


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Sharna Quirke

Sharna Quirke

Management Consultancies Association (MCA) Awards

Celebrating the value of consulting

We are thrilled to announce


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Ian Bennett

Ian Bennett

What are poor meeting behaviours costing you?

Prederi

We’ve probably all been there.  That three hour meeting that ends with a call for another meeting. 


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Stewart Johns

Stewart Johns

Giving our interns a real taste of consulting

  Jack has been on an internship with us during Autumn 2018 and we’re sad to say goodbye to him so soon. It’s been an absolute pleasure having him as part


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Stewart Johns

Stewart Johns

Our finalist for the LaingBuisson Management Consultant Award

A few months ago I nominated Bhagi Shah, one of our founding directors, for the LaingBuisson awards under the category of "Management Consultant". This covers: “Excellence in the provision of strategic or commercial advice on a transaction or as a retained advisor with a focus on relevant case


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Stewart Johns

Stewart Johns

Developing the rising stars in consulting

"Ipek Gurun has been on an internship with us this summer and we’re sad to say goodbye to her so soon. It’s been an absolute pleasure having her as part of our team. Below, she shares her experience of being an intern with


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Stewart Johns

Stewart Johns

9 Reasons To Choose Big 4 Type Suppliers

I’ve got some great news for all the major buyers of professional services. After extensive personal research I’ve uncovered 9 reasons to still choose a big 4 type business to deliver your needs. So here we go with number 1:

1. The supplier brand is important

The supplier brand takes precedence over end


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Ian Bennett

Ian Bennett

Was it ever coming home?

Probably not. Despite most people expecting England to beat Croatia, it was still unlikely that football would be ‘coming home’. If you reckoned that England had a 55% chance of beating Croatia, they probably had no more than a 45% chance of beating France in the final – so a less than 25% chance overall. At the start of the tournament, if you assumed that England were 80% likely to


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Zhiqian Huang

Zhiqian Huang

Let’s Talk About Insanity

      Confession: I am a total nerd when it comes to ops management in healthcare.


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Pinky Jangra

Pinky Jangra

Resilience: The Key To Combatting Workplace Stress

If chronic stress is the poison, resilience is the antidote. Resilience is not just a buzz word. It's an absolutely essential skill for anyone who wants to thrive in their professional and personal life, especially in today's modern world where the levels of stress, anxiety and depression continue to rise. In this paper I explore the root causes and impact of workplace stress in the UK - it's


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