In making the move north across London's Fleet Street, Mary Henshear is following in the footsteps of marketing director David Thorley, who joined Deloittes in June. A KPMG insider said the moves were signs of a restructuring right across the firm as current KPMG international chairman Lord Sharman prepares to enter as a House of Lords working peer in October. American Steve Butler will replace Sharman as international chairman. Deloittes itself is still in the process of globalising its corporate structure and could well benefit from Henshear's experience. At KPMG, she was involved in the Kman 2000 project, a joint initiative with Microsoft to develop a knowledge management desktop environment based around Microsoft Windows operating software and development tools. Deloittes has a big investment in Lotus Notes, and is also in the process of planning its national and international knowledge management strategy. Henshear's role will focus on project and people management and though she may have good Microsoft and Windows skills, she will have to conform to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's international technical standards.
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