William Hooper, Oareborough Consulting, Member, The Independent Advisory Network
The business is increasingly demanding of IT: do more with less; support the business units in establishing a competitive lead; deliver innovation; be agile and work faster. SIAM looks like it might be useful, but the case will have to be built on the contribution to the business. Where is the return, the risk and how to get started?
In this session, William will take you through building a strategic approach that is relevant and compelling to the business and manages the risks.
William works in the delivery of transformational change, supporting his clients in capturing the greatest benefit from their IT and BPO services. His work combines strategy, sourcing advisory, operational delivery, financial and commercial aspects, including the resolution of disputes. He has delivered several SIAM assignments, working for both suppliers and client-side.
William has worked with leading outsourcing providers and PA Consulting, a leading management consultancy, now running his own firm as well as delivering with others. He is a qualified accountant (ACMA), chartered engineer (CEng), an experienced project and programme manager, is skilled in service management, is a chartered IT Professional, a member of the British Computing Society and holds an MBA degree from London Business School.