|INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE||QUALIFICATIONS & AWARDS||COMPANY EXPERIENCE||EXTERNAL SERVICES PROVIDED AT|
|US and France||Institute of Marketing Prize for Thesis.||Capgemini, IBM, PwC, DLW, Exxon.||M&S, BAE SYSTEMS, J&J, LTSB, Capgemini Group, Lloyds of London.|
|SPECIALIST SKILLS||Sales Growth in professional services.
Transformation and redesign for operational excellence.
Managing people through change.
|OTHER||Co-author of a pragmatic book on managing change (30,000 copies, 4 languages).|
Simon advises companies on sales growth and operational excellence across multiple UK sectors.
As COO and Head of Private Sector Sales in Capgemini (a digital transformation specialist), he has co-lead a 400-person business through recession and back into growth and higher profitability.
Simon has over 20 year’s advisory experience at Board level in IT, Engineering, Retail, Services, Pharmaceutical, Financial Services, Public, Telco and Transport sectors – UK and internationally; B2B and B2C. He has lead performance improvements valued in excess of £1Billion pa.
His line leadership experience spans roles in IBM, PwC and Capgemini in operating units of up to 1,200 people. He has held UK and USA engineering management positions in Exxon as a Chartered Engineer.
Simon is driven by re-investing his pragmatic experience gained with sector leaders to help SMEs to the next level of their performance. He has a strong interest in corporate governance through roles in the Capgemini UK CSR Board and as adviser to the Group CEO.
He has co-authored an international book on managing business transformation (4 languages, 30,000 copies).
- Business Development
- Commercial & Legal
- Human Resources
- Operations and Production
- Sales & Marketing
- Aerospace, Defence & Security
- Business & Financial Services
- Construction, Property & Real Estate
- Healthcare, Medical & Pharmaceutical
- Industrial, Chemical & Engineering
- IT, Telecomms & Technology
- Public Sector & Government
- Retail & Consumer Goods
- Transport & Logistics
- Utilities & Energy