The project Involves the separation of shared Information and Telecommunication infrastructure between 2 businesses. One of which is being prepared for sale on the market (high stakes). The companies have operated as a group historically and as a result share common infrastructure across both businesses and their respective (multiple) sites across Australia. Involves 3 large scale external technology companies (each with their own method of project management) working interdependently with the two businesses. All under the umbrella of CCPM.
The Webinar shares the journey of setting up, planning and executing the project staying on track when significant curve balls are thrown across the path.
We walk through a process to immunise against most common outbreaks of variability and how to set up for a collaborative and helpful consortium that share alignment and willingness of purpose.
About Andrew Kay
After starting in 2001, and now with more than 85 successful business transformation projects across many industry sectors, Andrew is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost Theory of Constraints (TOC) thinkers and practitioners.
He has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience on the critical TOC know-how to bring about successful and rapid transformative change to people and business. Andrew helps businesses rapidly achieve their goals through education and guided implementation of customised TOC solutions that are systematic, concrete, highly visual and simple to run.
Andrew has worked with small, medium and large clients across all TOC disciplines: Operations (DBR), Distribution Logistics (Replenishment) Project Management (Critical Chain), Sales, Throughput Accounting and is a practicing “Jonah” and certified by the TOC International Certification Organisation.
Andrew is a dynamic and engaging presenter contributing case studies and new knowledge to international TOC conferences. He has presented practical talks, seminars and workshops on TOC and TOC/Lean and CCPM to many industry groups including APICS, AIGroup, NSW Business Chamber, Enterprise Connect, FAPM, Rotary and Australian Manufacturers for Excellence and the Sydney Chapter of the PMI. Andrew is currently very active in promoting CCPM into the Sydney PMI
He has worked extensively in Australia and New Zealand, also in Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, USA and Japan.
In 2013 he became the National Director of TOC for Education Australia Inc., whose purpose is to teach the TOC critical thinking tools to children to help them on their way at school and in life. Andrew is currently working on a major project to introduce the Thinking Processes into the education system in Australia.