IAG 2017


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Glenn Miller
A/Deputy Under Treasurer

Glenn Miller joined Queensland Treasury in 2001, gaining experience in areas such as Intergovernmental Relations and Natural Resources prior to moving to the Fiscal Management division over a decade ago to take on a revenue forecasting and policy role.

For the past two years, Glenn has been in the role of Assistant Under Treasurer of the Fiscal Management division, which is responsible for advising government on the budget position, preparing the whole of Government financial statements, managing the State’s financial assets and liabilities and developing financial management and accounting policy.

Glenn is currently the acting Deputy Under Treasurer of the Economics and Fiscal Coordination Group, which encompasses the Fiscal Management division, Economic Strategy division and the Queensland Government Statistician’s Office.

Glenn’s presentation will cover the current Queensland budget and economic environment, in the context of financial sustainability.


Anna Moynihan
Conference MC

Anna is a successful leader at senior executive level in both the government and not-for-profit sectors in strategic social policy, strategic planning and performance, program design and project management.  A social worker by profession, she has worked in disability, child protection, as well as regional and tertiary hospitals.  Anna is a high performing leader and strategic thinker who delivers excellent results in complex environments, cuts through complexity to get to the heart of the matter and brings out the best in people. 

Establishing her consultancy business at the end of 2015, she counts Queensland Treasury, the Departments of the Premier and Cabinet, Health, Housing and Public Works and Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services amongst her clients.

We are fortunate to have Anna as our Master of Ceremonies for Wednesday’s presentations.
Sebastian (Seb) Terry

Known worldwide for pursuing an incredible list of 100 Things that he wants to achieve before he dies, Sebastian Terry’s story is surprisingly not about a bucket list. It’s about something more far reaching; permission, choice, growth and connection.

Affected by a curious mind and the death of a close friend, Sebastian experienced a moment in his life where he asked himself a simple question; ‘Am I happy?’. The answer was NO and so he decided to pen down a list of 100 Things that he’d always wanted to achieve.
Following his heart and armed with nothing but a list, Sebastian's incredible story has grown from an entertaining tale of adventure into a global philanthropic movement that engages a growing tribe of hundreds of thousands to not just set meaningful goals, but pull the trigger and achieve them - all whilst helping others do the same.

“I thought initially that it would take me 100 Things to reach a state of fulfilment but it’s taken me 72 things to realise that ‘ticks’ are just the beginning. The key to growth and happiness is finding out who you are on a primal level and then being that person, each and every day.”
Turned into a bestselling book (‘100 Things’), a Discovery Channel documentary (‘100 things to do before you die’) and most recently a US-based reality TV show (‘100 Things) where Sebastian travels the world helping complete strangers achieve their specific dreams, 100 Things inspires people and organisations to gain perspective, think big and be the best they can be on every level so that others can follow suit. 
From marrying a stranger in Las Vegas, delivering a baby in Canada and even representing the Mauritian national rugby team at the African Championships (they won!), Sebastian’s most profound moment was when he was first contacted by a suicidal stranger who needed help.
100 Things is no longer about one person, it’s about everyone. Guaranteed to make you laugh, cry and inspire motivation, the 100 Things keynote is like no other and will re-engage, connect and inspire your organisation to move forward as one.
What’s on your list?


Tim Timchur
365 Architechs Pty Ltd & ActivePro Consulting Pty Ltd

Tim Timchur is Director of 365 Architechs Pty Ltd and ActivePro Consulting Pty Ltd, a Company Secretary of a number of private companies. Tim’s experience includes aged care, aviation, engineering, mining, technology, and professional services organisations. 

An active member with numerous industry bodies, Tim is passionate about good governance and risk management. He is a Fellow Certified Practicing Accountant, Certified Practicing Marketer and Chartered Secretary.

Glen Azar
Adventure Leader/ Director
Adventure Professionals

Glenn Azar spent 17 years in the Australian Army serving on operations in active and non-active combat zones where he specialised in Aero-Medical Evacuations as a helicopter combat medic.

He is the founder and owner of Adventure Professionals and the host of the Building Better Humans Project podcast.

Glenn's motto in life is #notdeadyet. It's the foundation of why he does what he does and why he believes everyone has the capability and in fact the responsibility to live extraordinary lives. Glenn's daughter Alyssa Azar is the youngest Australian to Summit Mount Everest which she did in May 2016.

Glenn will share his philosophy and life stories to encourage you to not only focus on being great in your professional role but to live an outstanding personal life that you're proud of as well.


Marty Conneely

Marty is a Director at Aginic. Born and bred in Brisbane, Marty started his career at EY and worked as a Chartered Accountant across risk and performance services.

Now at Aginic Marty is able to combine analytics with this background and bring real insight to organisations through data driven techniques.  More recently, as part of Aginic, Marty has worked to help organisations quantify risk and improve the controls within their business through data.


Brett Thebault

Brett is a Director at Aginic, a specialist Business Intelligence consultancy based in Brisbane. Originally from the UK, he has a maths background and worked with a niche analytics company in London for 6 years prior to moving to Brisbane to set-up the Ernst & Young Analytics team in 2011.

Brett, together with Marty Conneely, then span-off Aginic in 2014 to focus on the rapid moving trends in BI in Queensland and across Australia. Brett specialises in using data to help improve performance and reduce costs for organisations and works across a broad range of industries including Health, Government and Commercial.

Martin Fletcher
Head of Productivity, Institutional Banking and Markets
Commonwealth Bank

Martin is the Head of Productivity for the Institutional Banking & Markets division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. This division is responsible for managing the Group’s relationships with major corporate, institutional and government clients and providing a full range of capital raising, transactional and risk management products and services.
Martin is a GE-certified Six Sigma Black Belt and Master Black with over 20yrs of practical experience in designing, embedding and sustaining Operational Excellence programs across a wide variety of organisations and industry sectors. The benefits of Martin’s passionate approach to continuous improvement has enabled multi-million dollar start-ups get off the ground; assist large international conglomerates expand into new markets; and reinvigorated businesses with practical change management and business improvement techniques that have delivered significant financial and non-financial results to shareholders.
Martin is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and holds a B.Eng (hons) in Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering from the University of the West of England, Bristol. Martin relocated to Australia in 2000 and was one of the country’s first certified Master Black Belts and helped establish several Lean Six Sigma best practice sharing networks, including the Australasian Association of Lean Six Sigma Practitioners (AASSP). Martin joined the Commonwealth Bank in early 2016. More details on Martin’s skills and experience can be found online at https://www.linkedin.com/in/mjfletch

John Peters
Director of Economics
Commonwealth Bank

John Peters is a Director, Economics in CBA Global Markets Research and is responsible for communicating the bank’s views to clients on trends in the Australian and international economies as well as the likely effect on interest rates and currency markets. In John’s capacity as a senior economist in Global Markets Research, he is a regular conference presenter and media commentator. 

John has been involved in financial markets for over 30 years and joined the Commonwealth Bank in 2003. John previously worked as a Senior International Economist at Westpac and as Chief Economist at CIBC Australia, and Midland International Australia Ltd. 

John has also worked as a senior economic policy adviser in the Commonwealth Public Service in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and the Federal Treasury. He has also spent time working as an economics writer on the Australian Financial Review and Dow Jones Telerate newswire.


Brett Winterford
Senior Manager, Cyber Outreach and Research
Commonwealth Bank

Brett Winterford is the Senior Manager of Cyber Outreach and Research at Commonwealth Bank. In his current role, Brett provides cyber security advice and resources to Australian businesses and government agencies, and works with Universities and research bodies to develop cyber security curriculum and research programs. 

Brett has worked as a journalist, commentator and educator in Australia’s technology sector for over 15 years.


Leandre Malan
Partner - Assurance & Advisory

Leandre has over 15 years assurance and advisory experience serving large, complex organisations, which include government agencies, ASX200 listed companies, large private entities, subsidiaries of multinational corporations and not-for-profit entities.

Leandre’s focus over the last number of years has been on providing financial advisory services within large Federal Government agencies, specifically focussing on providing advice to executive decision makers regarding strategic financial decisions, funding, budgeting and forecasting, as well as the financial and accounting implications of those decisions. Through having worked with some of Australia’s largest Government Departments, Leandre brings a practical point of view to the somewhat technical aspects of our accounting world, having a seat at the table as auditor, preparer and advisor respectively.

Stephanie Serhan
Client Manager - Assurance & Advisory

Stephanie Serhan is a Client Manager in Deloitte’s Assurance and Advisory team. She has experience in advising government departments through change and supporting the implementation of strategic and operational planning.

Stephanie’s technical expertise stems from lecturing Financial Accounting and Business courses at various universities across Australia for over 10 years.

Stephanie has been at the forefront of State politics and departmental thinking, through her role as a founding executive board member of Queensland’s political think tank, TJ Ryan Foundation.

Shashank Neelamraju
Project Manager - Financial Operations
Department of Education and Training

Shashank is finance systems and banking process expert and has worked extensively on delivering banking related innovations within Queensland Government. He has project managed the largest banking innovation for Department of Education and Training (DET) which has resulted in not only increased security and compliance but also greater efficiencies across schools in Queensland. This project was also nominated for the Premier's Awards for Excellence.

Shashank is extremely passionate about automation and the need to go cashless and this drive has resulted in successful electronic solution implementations which have positively impacted over half a million school customers across Queensland
Shashank holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) specialising in Accounting and Finance and is currently pursuing his Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA) qualification. Shashank joined DET in 2014 after spending five plus years assisting other government departments in annual financial statement preparations and implementing banking processes and products to increase efficiency.


Brooke MacKenzie
Department of Natural Resources and Mines

Brooke is currently the Director (Business Solutions and Reporting) within DNRM, is an advisor on the Queensland Health Financial System Renewal project board, and was the Technical Project Director for the implementation of the S/4 HANA Simple Finance solution for DNRM.

Prior to this, Brooke was the Director of Finance within DNRM, and has had roles in both Management and Financial accounting areas in various Government departments over her 17 year career. She is a qualified Accountant and CPA, has 3 children under 7 years old and has mastered the art of functioning without a full night sleep.

Brad Irvine
Director, Procurement Services
Department of Transport and Main Roads

Brad Irvine is a passionate professional with more than 20 years’ experience across various Queensland State Government agencies as well as the private sector.

Brad has extensive experience across a wide range of leadership, management and project functions. Brad has successfully led multiple transformational, procurement and business improvement programs.

In Brad’s current role as Director (Procurement Services) within the Chief Procurement Office of the Department of Transport and Main Roads, he is responsible for driving improved procurement services and support across Transport and Main Roads.

Brad has a passion for reform, customer focus, business improvement and developing teams to deliver successful business outcomes.

Cameron Johns
Innovation Manager - Programs
Impact Innovation Group

Cameron develops strategies for meeting the rapidly changing marketplace for all Australian enterprises at all stages of the business life-cycle. He has specialist skills in the execution of turn-around or realignment projects as well as capitalising on new markets or ideas.

Over 20+ years as an innovation practitioner, Cameron has helped numerous inventors, start-ups, SMEs and government agencies with business model innovation. He has also facilitated collaborations between research organisations industry; and empowered not-for-profits to generate commercial success and sustainability. He has managed and piloted programs centred on innovation, advanced manufacturing, science, and technology to drive regional and national economic growth, for Australian and international development outcomes.

His network across state and federal governments has led to delivering programs on small business, innovation, and commercialisation. Cameron’s experience includes senior executive appointments, board memberships, business ownership and start-up director roles.

Gerrard Kerr
General Manager
Kingston Human Capital

Gerard Kerr is the Co-founder and General Manager of Kingston Human Capital and also serves as Director of Strategic Search and Selection. With over 20 years of experience in recruitment, an intimate understanding of market trends. and well-established professional network, he has successfully recruited top talent for over 600+ executive leadership positions.

Gerard has particular expertise in leading and managing complex search assignments across sectors, including state government, publicly listed corporations, healthcare, education, private equity, and not-for-profit entities. He also has a keen focus on aligning talent with organisational culture to enhance a business performance.
Prior to joining Kingston Human Capital, Gerard worked for an international executive search firm where he was involved in the successful national and global search processes for CEO, CFO, and other executive-level appointments.

An advocate of the Queensland public sector, he firmly believes the Queensland Government deserves access to the best and brightest talent the market has to offer.

Danette Fenton-Menzies
Director of Learning
Magical Learning

Danette is Director of Learning for Magical Learning.  She is a CPA and Chartered Accountant with over twenty-five years’ experience in both the private and public sectors.

Danette career has included working for several of the ‘Big Four’ Accounting firms as well as the Department of Finance, AusAID and the National Transmission Agency.  Danette was also Financial Controller for ntl Australia Ltd and CFO at Safe Work Australia. 

Danette designs and facilitates a range of finance and leadership workshops that are customised for specific clients. Danette’s strengths include her passion to help others learn new things, making dry topics relevant and interesting and being able to explain technical concepts in plain English.

Danette is also an Executive Coach.

Richard Cassidy
Executive Director
Office of the Chief Advisor Procurement

Richard is an experienced, results-orientated executive with over 15 years’ experience in a variety of leadership roles within the public and private sectors, across a range of industries.
Since relocating to Brisbane in 2008 from New Zealand, Richard has strong public sector and consulting experience helping organisations to undertake large complex reform programs either in a procurement context or requiring significant procurement activity.
Richard has a wide range of skills and experience including: strategy development, portfolio, program and project management, procurement and commissioning, complex stakeholder engagement and change management.
Outside of work Richard is a keen sailor and recreational cyclist.

Stuart McCosh
Manager, Finance
Office of the Commonwealth Games

Stuart McCosh joined the Office of the Commonwealth Games as Finance Manager in 2014.

Stuart began his career with the Queensland State Government in 2007 and prior to his role in the OCG, he worked for the Queensland Public Service during which time he has worked for numerous agencies including the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Department of Justice and Attorney-General and Legal Aid Queensland.

Stuart oversees the consolidated Commonwealth Games budget and financial reporting, providing high-level strategic financial advice to executives managing the delivery of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Stuart completed a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) at the University of Southern Queensland in 1998 and became a CPA earlier this year.

Greg O'Brien

Greg leads paceLEARNING an innovative and results-driven consulting company which helps people maximise their personal and professional effectiveness. He is passionate about helping people enhance their skills and knowledge when working with, and managing and leading others.

Greg is known for workshops that are engaging, interactive and practical, and which ultimately help people turn knowledge into action. 

He is also known for being “The Best Dad Ever” – at least according to his 7 year-old twins!


David MacDonald
Management Consultant
Performance Improvement Partners

David is a management consultant with over twenty-five years experience assisting organisations in Australia, Papua New Guinea, Asia and the Middle East with strategy, corporate governance, enterprise risk management, business improvement, assurance, business resilience, data analytics and project management. 

He is passionate about supporting clients to achieve their objectives by assisting boards, executive and management transform their businesses. He is a partner at Performance Improvement Partners which launched in 2015 to disrupt the professional services market in Queensland.  In the area of Data Analytics, which David will be speaking about at the IAG Conference, he and his team are working with clients in Australia and PNG to help them unlock value in their organisations. 

David will share today how data analytics can unlock value and why it should be a consideration for businesses operating now and into the future.


Leanne Wyvill
Presence Communications

Leanne Wyvill is an experienced corporate communications professional who helps people in business communicate with confidence. Leanne has worked for iconic Queensland health and education services, as well as with numerous start-ups, small businesses and not-for-profits. She now runs Presence Communications – a training and services consultancy which helps private and public sector organisations communicate effectively and be noticed positively for their efforts, achievements and innovations.
Clients enjoy working with Leanne for her ability to become familiar with their needs quickly and for providing them with sound advice. She has an impressive track record of advising boards and senior executives, particularly with issues management. Leanne has demonstrated that when sound strategy is powered by finely tuned communication, perceptions can be transformed and brand values can soar. This philosophy and her belief that confidence is the 'secret' to being noticed - seen, appreciated and trusted - create demand for Leanne as a corporate trainer and guest speaker on a range of umbrella and niche communication topics. And it’s why her book, Chicken In – ditch the nerves and pitch the power, offers more than 150 practical ideas for overcoming barriers to confident public speaking.
Leanne is a co-designer and delivery team member of the Innovate Queensland program, which has helped hundreds of innovators and entrepreneurs focus on a pathway to market for their ideas since 2015 and attracted a 98 percent overall satisfaction rating.

Katherine Winlaw
Manager, Workforce Strategy
Public Service Commission

Katherine Winlaw is Manager, Workforce Strategy with the Public Service Commission. For the past decade her work in the Queensland public sector in strategic planning and organisational development has focused on supporting organisations and leaders to solve complex workforce issues and shape the future public service workforce.

Her previous experience in the private sector as a management and human resource consultant, saw Katherine deliver successful outcomes in strategic planning and reviews, leadership and team development, and benchmark study tours for Australasian senior executives to high performing global organisations.

Katherine played a key role in the team working on the Queensland public sector 10 year human capital outlook and 3 year strategic roadmap and continues to deliver presentations on the Future of Work in relation to the two. 

Katherine’s key area of interest in wellbeing has seen her more recently lead the co-design and development of the sector’s Be healthy, be safe, be well framework aimed at creating healthier, safer workplaces where people can thrive. 

She is a Certified Practitioner with Australian Human Resource Institute and an internationally registered Arts Psychotherapist with recently published research on promoting employee well-being using mindful art therapy.

Kris Trott
Queensland Alliance for Mental Health Ltd

Kris Trott is the CEO of the Queensland Alliance for Mental Health Ltd (QAMH).  QAMH is the peak body for the community managed mental health sector in Queensland.
Kris is Chair, Queensland Transition to NDIS for Mental Health Strategic Forum, Member of the Queensland Transition Advisory Group, Member of the Executive Leadership Group of Community Mental Health Australia and several other strategic committees in the mental health sector. 

Kris started her career as an accountant and she holds degrees in Commerce majoring in Finance and Accounting, Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance, Graduate Diploma in Company Directorship and Governance, and is a Chartered Practicing Accountant.

Kris is a strategic problem solver with experience predominately in the education and health sectors, including mental health.

Rachael Vagg
Sector Director
Queensland Audit Office

Rachel is currently a Sector Director for the Queensland Audit Office where she leads the financial audits within the energy, water and natural resources sectors. She is responsible for providing sector based analysis to Parliament with annual reports on the financial performance and sustainability of the energy and water sectors.

Rachel has 20 years’ experience in public sector auditing, including previously delivering the role of Technical Director for financial reporting, and providing treasury products and valuation audits. Rachel is also part of project advisory panels for the Australian Accounting Standards Board.

Brendan Worrall
Queensland Audit Office

Brendan Worrall has extensive experience in senior executive roles in both public practice and the Queensland public sector. Prior to joining QAO, Brendan was the Crowe Horwath Managing Partner for Audit and Assurance across Australia and New Zealand. Brendan’s previous roles in government include Assistant Auditor-General at the Queensland Audit Office and Chief Financial Officer for Queensland Treasury. 

He is the chief executive and accountable officer for the Queensland Audit Office, and an independent officer of Queensland’s parliament. Brendan is the 23rd Auditor-General.

Catherine Gardiner
Director Customer Channels
Queensland Shared Services

An energetic and motivated individual; experienced in working with Queensland Government departments and multi-national companies on large projects. Qualified Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) and highly skilled in business process improvement and managing organisational change.

Passionate about delivering the human side of innovation for end users and customers. Well placed for the next challenge in helping to shape customer centric thinking for service delivery using digital and traditional channels to achieve successful outcomes.

Liz Wells
A/Under Treasurer of the Fiscal Management division
Queensland Treasury

Liz Wells joined Queensland Treasury in 1999, moving from the Commonwealth Department of Finance to join the original Tridata team. Liz’s roles in Queensland Treasury have included Principal Analyst in the Fiscal Strategy team, Director Collections in the Office of State Revenue, Director of the Government Banking Unit throughout the implementation of the most recent banking contracts, and a stint as Director Finance/CFO.

For the past year, Liz has returned to Fiscal Strategy as Director, and is responsible for advising government on the State Budget position, revenue policy, managing the State’s financial assets and liabilities, developing financial management policies and legislation.

Liz is currently the acting Assistant Under Treasurer of the Fiscal Management division, which also includes whole of Government financial reporting, accounting policy and the Tridata team.

Prior to joining the Public Service she worked as a freelance musician.

Nathan Hatherly
Manager, Client Advisory - Debt and Investment
Queensland Treasury Corporation

Nathan has worked in banking and finance for over 12 years, with the last 7 of those spent with QTC. Nathan has helped structure and shape Treasury Management strategies and functions across government during his time at QTC. After many years focused on the Government Owned Corporation sector culminating in working on the establishment of Energy Queensland, Nathan has worked closely with Queensland Treasury in recent times to bring continued focus on Sustainable Finance at a whole-of-State level.

Prior to QTC Nathan held roles with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and ANZ Banking Group in Corporate and Institutional Banking roles and holds a Bachelor of Economics (International Trade and Finance) and Masters of Commerce (Applied Finance) both from the University of Queensland.


Mat Schofield
Mobile Leasing Consultant

Mathew Schofield comes with experience in the personal finance and insurance industry. Mathew is passionate about educating and helping clients take advantage of built-in tax saving benefits that their employer offers.
Mathew covers a substantial area from Sunshine Coast to Rockhampton, servicing clients from Qld Government, Federal Government and Private Corporations.

Mathew’s main focus was being able to help central Queensland employees have access to someone local and providing customers with personalised service.

The Queensland Government strongly recommends that you obtain independent financial advice prior to entering into, or changing the terms of, a salary packaging arrangement.


Gavin Wooster
Mobile Leasing Consultant

As a local representative for Smartleasing for almost five years, Gavin Wooster has helped almost 450 people get into a new car with a novated lease, and make savings along the way!

Anyone who has attended one of Gavin’s 500+ presentations will be familiar with his passion for cars. And the people who go on to work with Gavin to take up a novated lease, are full of praise for the time and care he takes to simplify the process.

Gavin is responsible for the employees of some of Smartleasing’s most important clients, including Queensland Government, Australian Taxation Office and Department of Defence.

The Queensland Government strongly recommends that you obtain independent financial advice prior to entering into, or changing the terms of, a salary packaging arrangement.


Jason Beard
Provisional Psychologist
Strive Occupational Rehabilitation

Jason Beard is a Provisional Psychologist. He is an essential part of the Strive Coaching team and one of the members of the Strive family. He combines a broad understanding of individual and organisational change with personal experience. Jason has a range of experience working across a variety of private sector, government, community and organisational settings to assist with improving staff wellbeing and organisational outcomes.

Jason has completed his Masters of Counselling Psychology and has over five years of occupational rehabilitation experience. He has an interest in developing leadership capability, individual performance, high performance teams, and wellbeing at work, with particular interest and experience in executive coaching, team facilitation, and facilitating training and workshops.

Wanda Britton
Head of Enterprise Change

Wanda is the Head of Enterprise Change at Sunsuper.  In her role at Sunsuper Wanda is accountable for the design, planning and execution of the portfolio of strategic change for Sunsuper, including the PMO and programs of work, business analysis capability, new business transitions into Sunsuper and IT release management across the enterprise.

Wanda’s role centres around using a customer based design methodologies, developing the strategic pipeline of change by applying human centred design techniques to design and execute strategic change activities to meet Sunsuper long term strategic objectives.

Prior to this role Wanda was the Head of Product for Sunsuper, leading the superannuation, retirement, insurance products and  member incentives teams with the responsibility for develop member centric superannuation products and member benefits that provide amazing outcomes for members in retirement, including insurance solutions that focus on member needs, adequacy and sustainability.

Wanda has worked in the financial service sector for over 20 years specialising in Retail and Group Insurance as well as Superannuation sector.  Wanda is a passionate advocate for the financial services industry and in particular helping every day Australians achieve their retirement outcomes.

Joshua van Gestel
National Manager, Education

Based in Sydney, Joshua is responsible for development of overarching education strategy and delivery methodologies as well as the development of education for intermediaries (including Employer representatives).

Joshua has: A Diploma of Financial Planning and a Cert IV in Workplace Education and Assessment, and 20 years’ experience within Financial Services and Financial Media organisations, including Management, Operational and Education roles.


William Pegg
Director and Founder
Synthesis Group

William Pegg is an entrepreneur, a business author and the Director and founder of Synthesis Group. He specialises in working with executive managers in both the private and public sectors for greater financial performance - the focus, a better performing supply base.

William’s studied environmental sciences in Sydney and graduated when these jobs were just not popular - so he shifted to business. His origins were in multinational FMCG, manufacturing and service firms. There he worked in supply chain, moved into finance and now helps organisations implement fit-for-purpose best practice tactics and strategy, adapted from leading Tier 1 organisations.
A passionate educator, William writes, speaks, advises and comments on profit and growth strategies for business. A husband, father and keen cyclist, William calls Brisbane home.