I lead the Digital Partner (Business Relationship Manager) team, personally partnering with the Faculty of Medicine and Imperial College Business School. We are positioned within the Office of the CIO and our role is to be the primary point of contact for the Faculties and Departments, ensuring strategic alignment and providing consulting based services across a range of activities, with the exception of day to day support services and requests, which are dealt with by the Customer Service Managers.
I joined Imperial College London during February 2014. Prior to that all my previous experience was in the commercial sector where my role was an Enterprise Architect Manager and Executive Management Consultant, working internationally on many overseas assignments spanning a number of different sectors including government, finance, telecoms, defence and air traffic control. Typically, my role was to lead large-scale organisational restructuring. For several years I led a large, successful international Enterprise Consulting Practice that I initiated, created and managed. I moved to the HE sector as I saw it as an area that was rich in possibilities and opportunities - and I have not been disappointed!
When it comes to organisational change, the most important lesson I have learnt is the 'Law of Unintended Consequences'.
I have a BSc and PhD in Mathematics, an advanced diploma in International Management (Cambridge) and post grad studies in strategic game theory and stochastic differential equations (MIT Sloane).