Paul's clients are operational heads and senior level implementers in large, blue-chip consultancies and organisations.
His projects have included new IT implementations, shared services, service delivery, business process change, call centres, people change, learning and development, project management standards and supply chain. All of Paul's clients share the need for practical assistance in project, programme and business change management.
Paul managed the selection of a new IT infrastructure and service supplier and set up the programme for the delivery of the business and technology change.
Paul managed a global outsourcing programme for the Finance division and the recovery of a multi-million dollar Oracle P2P implementation programme to time and budget.
Paul led a major change programme to reform and improve the 700-strong programme and project management group.
Paul delivered training and change management to create a cultural and practical shift in how projects were managed in the Learning and Development arena.
Paul introduced best practice project management and delivered internal reform, portfolio management and increased cost effectiveness.
Paul successfully led the implementation of a global multi-lingual Learning Management system with complex call centre and back office process redesign.
Paul managed the development of a company-wide supply chain system which integrated customer orders and inventory control. The system delivered significant cost savings for Granada.
Paul managed the outsourced IT department of a division of London Underground, introducing more efficient job costing and project control.
"Change your thoughts and you change your world. "
"Paul provides people I can bring in for senior positions who act as part of my team. I trust them to deliver at this level. I see them as interim managers; they are there for the journey. They are one of our key strategic suppliers and a source of highly capable people."
"No doubt about it: without Paul I couldn't have been as effective and achieved what I've delivered at Elsevier."