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The Need for an Identity Infrastructure

Trained in Economics and Social Science at London and Oxford Universities, Geoff’s business experience spans both public and private sectors unified by a focus on change management, marketing, business planning and communications.

During twenty years in the public sector - in the Manpower Services Commission, the BBC, and the Post Office - his career embraced a diverse set of roles from Personal Assistant to the Chairman and Chief Executive of the Post Office to responsibility for launching the BBC’s “Audience Reaction Service”.

After joining Sema Group Consulting in 1996 his roles included consultancy, account direction and he was, latterly, Director of Strategy and Government Relations. Following a period with Siemens Business Services in account direction and bid leadership, he established RPM Business Consulting in 2006.

RPM stands for Research Planning and Motivation which Geoff sees as the three legs of the successful change management tripod.

His clients at RPM include the leading multi-national industry names as well as some niche suppliers, with a focus on the current Transformational Government and Identity Management agendas.

At Intellect, he chairs the transport Group and has sat on the Identity Management Committee since its inception - he is also a Warden of the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants.
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