Programme lead for the Frail Elderly programme and the Mental Health Re-design programme which aimed to change the whole system model of care across primary, acute and social care. Responsible for defining the vision for each change programme, driving the programmes forward and ensuring all programme disciplines were in place.
Preparation of three year business plan and financial forecast for the prospective new Leveson-compliant press regulator, including all programme planning for activities during the set-up phase.
Transformation lead for HESA change programme, mobilising the programme and setting objectives, leading on all communications and reporting activities with staff and the Board and facilitating the programme board to agree implementation priorities for phase 2.
Programme management of merger of Macaulay Land Use Research Institute and SCRI to form new public body. Support to new Board and liaison with Scottish Government on all matters relating to the creation of the new institute.
Review of current programme management approach and recommendations for future processes, structure and control of projects and programmes within the Council.
Programme Director of merger which created a new charity in Scotland for older people. Establishment of new Board and negotiation of UK-wide partnership agreement with other national charities. Post merger integration proposals for new charity's community service and policy and influencing divisions.
Programme management of launch of claims management system into the personal injury insurance market, leading team of marketing, sales and systems specialists. Strategic review of health and absence management market and formulation of market entry strategy for new product.
Programme management of merger with Prostate Cancer Support Scotland including initial programme set-up, all meeting and reporting processes and issue and risk management. Preparation of specification for due diligence process and completion of due diligence work.
Programme Director for demutualisation and sale with responsibility for the leadership and management of four project teams across the Scottish Provident Group, involving over 200 staff in four locations in the UK and Ireland. Reporting directly to the Board and acting as main interface with all external advisors.