Duhig Berry has appointed Chris Ferguson as chief executive to replace co-founder Alan Berry. Ferguson joined Duhig in 1993 as a project management consultant, becoming business development executive and a member of the management team.
What is your biggest fear?
Losing the values and ethics of our organisation as we continue to grow
Which company do you most admire?
Virgin for building such a strong brand and having the courage to run a railway
What is your greatest professional achievement?
Helping Duhig Berry more than double in turnover and profitability, within three years
What is your greatest professional regret?
Not doing it sooner
Which phrase or saying do you overuse?
It’s not rocket science
What was your last cultural experience?
Seeing Disney’s George of the Jungle with my family
What is the next hot issue in consultancy?
The shortage of capable, professional project and programme managers
Which organisation would you like to turn around?
Which two words turn your stomach?
What would you like to be doing in 10 years’ time?
Achieving the right balance between work and family
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