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  1. James Wenn

    June 2017

    James Wenn joined Business Aspect’s Canberra office earlier this year to play a key role in championing defence and government clients' business transformation initiatives. He attributes his success in building long term relationships, both in...

  2. Paul Garabedian

    June 2017

    Paul Garabedian is a committed and enthusiastic individual who relishes challenges and opportunities both in and out of the workplace. With more than 15 years in management and consulting roles in NSW’s ICT space, Paul has been exposed to all facets...

  3. Alicia Emery

    May 2017

    A Business Change Specialist, Alicia Emery finds nothing more rewarding than mixing up her analytical skills with her experience of the drivers and levers for change to see projects come to life for her clients. She is an adaptable individual who adopts a...

  4. Chris Hampson

    May 2017

    A career Software Engineer Chris is a lateral thinker with an aptitude for innovation founded over many years of helping clients adopt new technologies to solve their business problems. Chris has a keen interest in cloud computing and container based...

  5. Brendan Cowan

    April 2017

    Brendan Cowan is a highly regarded public sector and regulated industries expert. He applies his deep experience in consulting in many portfolios and almost as many countries to help organisations transform to meet the demands of the digital era. Brendan...

  6. Steve Sherwood

    March 2017

    A career ICT professional with a keen interest in ICT As-a-Service, Steve Sherwood leads Business Aspect’s Cloud Practice. When he’s not championing the benefits of cloud adoption for our clients, Steve is a bit of a thrill seeker who enjoys a...

  7. Alan McKerihan

    March 2017

    Recognised for his project recovery skills Alan McKerihan is someone who enjoys a challenge. When given a new problem he rapidly discovers the context, issues and constraints and finds a way forward to achieve the goals. He enjoys scoring goals on the...

  8. Pete Leemeijer

    February 2017

    Pete Leemeijer is a renowned expert in the delivery of large-scale programs of significant strategic change. He is also a bit of an adventurer and whether it’s from the bottom of the ocean or the top of a glacier he likes to look at the world from a...

  9. Steve Hansen

    February 2017

    Steve Hansen is a consultant who is fully conversant in IT and business change delivery alike. After 30 years there is little you could throw at this adaptable consultant that could phase him. In a career that has taken him around the world Steve chose...

  10. De Waal Esterhuyse

    January 2017

    De Waal enjoys the challenge of solving complex problems and this inspired him to go back to school and study for a second career in IT. These days it’s more business challenges than technical challenges per se but the core desire to figure out how...

  11. Andrew Clark

    December 2016

    It’s no surprise that Andrew gravitated towards Business Process Transformation projects throughout his career as he thrives on delivering enterprise-wide change that improves the business. After holding a range of executive finance roles in the...

  12. Martin Gregory

    November 2016

    Well known around Europe’s mapping agencies Martin Gregory has brought his geospatial expertise to Australia’s shores. This adopted Sydneysider has also worked with defence organisations all over the world and picked up a taste for all things...

  13. Audrey Fayne

    November 2016

    When she’s not kid wrangling Audrey likes to focus on advocating for the customer to drive experience centred cultural change in the organisations she works with. Learn more about Audrey and what else she enjoys doing. It’s Sunday morning at...

  14. David Rushton

    October 2016

    David Rushton came to Business Aspect’s attention due to his innovative approach to Delivery Governance. Having delivered many projects David realised his success rate was significantly and consistently higher than average - so he worked out what he...

  15. Deborah Ann Allan

    October 2016

    From designing clothes to designing innovation and change programs, Deborah is a big picture thinker with a reputation for being able to reimagine the customer experience. She is passionate about connecting ideas, people and opportunity to build a culture...

  16. Albert Olley

    September 2016

    Albert is a respected figure in the industry having won a number of awards for his contribution to shared services and organisation transformation. His servant led leadership style focuses on helping people develop and perform as highly as possible and he...

  17. Keith Gillard

    September 2016

    Career ICT professional and currently serving on the State Council of the AIIA, Keith Gillard is a keen advocate for promoting how the information sector can have a positive impact on the South Australian economy. Keith recently joined Business Aspect to...

  18. Rob van der Hock

    August 2016

    Rob joined Business Aspect earlier this year bringing over 20 years of experience within the Financial Services industry in the areas of information technology planning, architecture development and implementation, application development, change and...

  19. Ian Christie

    August 2016

    Ian is leading the growth of Business Aspect’s Western Australian business. He applies his deep experience in Oil and Gas, Mining and Aviation to help organisations transform to achieve new levels of industry performance. Something I said I’d...

  20. Karen Scott Davie

    August 2016

    Karen Scott Davie, former finalist for Telstra Businesswoman of the Year, is as happy to apply her leadership skills outside of the workplace as well as within it. She is passionate about using technology as a business tool and is one of Australia’s...

  21. Luke Housego

    July 2016

    From farm boy to urbanite, Luke Housego isn’t afraid of change. He loves building and leading teams that solve business problems and has achieved significant success in turning ideas into funded enterprise scale transformations. Something I said...

  22. Alex Moloney

    July 2016

    Alex Moloney has achieved significant success delivering large scale business and IT programs and projects for higher education, local government and banking organisations – all this from an Arts graduate who didn’t ever plan on a career in...

  23. Sam Ransley

    June 2016

    Sam Ransley enjoys his work and not taking life too seriously. He is a commercially focused operations and transformation professional who has achieved significant success in driving sustainable organisational improvements in large businesses. Two things...

  24. Paul Green

    May 2016

    Paul Green never sleeps in, loves crime fiction and is an Englishman enjoying life in sunny Brisbane. A senior security consultant Paul is sought after for his secure solution design and information security analysis skills. Something I said I’d...

  25. Tim May

    October 2015

    IP and Operations Coordinator since 2013 It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping I’m… Walking to, at or walking from the Bakery. Bakeries do well out of me! The last concert I went to was… Something For Kate at the...

  26. Mark Watt

    September 2015

    Partner since 2010 Bonus Business Aspect Tenth Birthday Question: My favourite memory from when I turned 10… Getting a puppy dog, its name was Trix and it was a Red Kelpie. Something I said I'd never do but did anyway… Get married and I...

  27. David Smith

    August 2015

    Victorian Principal and Senior Consultant since 2014 Bonus Business Aspect Tenth Birthday Question: My favourite memory from when I turned 10… I went fishing with my Dad, he forgot the fishing rods and we made one out of a stick and borrowed some...

  28. Brett Coleman

    August 2015

    Consultant since 2009 It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping I’m… Mowing lawns or cutting hedges or blowing leaves- certainly something with a small noisy two stroke engine. The last concert I went to was… Nick...

  29. Brendon Taylor

    July 2015

    Partner since 2005 It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping I’m… Riding the bike or running some trail with any luck, otherwise coffee and breakfast with the family. The last concert I went to was… Angus and Julia...

  30. Kevin Turner

    July 2015

    Senior Consultant since 2014 The first thing I do when I wake up is… Hit the snooze button – it’s a bad habit of mine. The last concert I went to was… Coldplay at Suncorp Stadium in Nov 2012 with my eldest son. The tickets were...

  31. Steven Bolland

    June 2015

    Principal Consultant since 2014 It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping I’m… Nearing the end of a good long ride in the mountains on one of my bikes. The best thing about Brisbane is… Just about everything, I have...

  32. Jacob Formann

    May 2015

    Partner since 2005 Bonus BA Tenth Birthday Question: My favourite memory from when I turned 10... On turning 10, my family was packing to fly half way around the world to settle in Australia. Huge adventure for a kid. Something I said I'd never do but...

  33. David Lennon

    May 2015

    Partner since 2005 My favourite memory from when I turned 10.… Going to Test cricket at the Gabba… I grew up in Far North Qld – so it was a big thing… Something I said I'd never do but did anyway… Ski black diamond...

  34. Deb Wright

    May 2015

    Office Manager since 2008 Bonus Business Aspect Tenth Birthday Question: My Favourite memory from when I turned ten … I don’t know if I remember back that far! Let’s see if I can dust off some cobwebs…… We went to the...

  35. Steve Nesbitt

    April 2015

    Solution Architect since 2009 It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping I’m… Eating poached eggs and avocado on toast, with a liberal application of tabasco sauce. Staple mid-morning breakfast, for the win. The last concert...

  36. Wayne Tucker

    March 2015

    Consultant with Business Aspect since 2007 Something I said I’d never do but did it anyway… We recently visited the US for a holiday – it was fantastic, the yanks love us! The first thing I do when I wake up is… Kiss my wife and...

  37. Michael Linnett

    March 2015

    Senior Consultant with Business Aspect since 2006 Something I said I’d never do but did it anyway… I went sky diving on impulse after meeting some friends one evening who said they were all going skydiving the following day and to come along....

  38. Lyn Dengate

    November 2014

    Consultant with Business Aspect since 2014 Something I said I’d never do but did it anyway… Hang-gliding! I did it in Turkey about 3 years ago! I hate things like that but everyone else was doing it so I did too- peer pressure at my age...

  39. Peter Banks

    November 2014

    Senior Consultant since 2010 Something I said I’d never do but did anyway… Anything I said I’d never do I’ve never done. Most things in life are on the table. It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping...

  40. Robyn Bailey

    September 2014

    Consultant since 2007 It’s Sunday morning at 10am, if I’m not sleeping I’m… Trying to read the newspaper and relax before the next onslaught of children’s basketball games in the afternoon. The last concert I went to...

  41. Mark Warry

    August 2014

    Consultant since 2013 Something I said I'd never do but did anyway… Took up Scottish Country Dancing (not Highland) and wore a kilt. SCD is a great way to keep your brain and body fit, and meet lots of new people. The first thing I do when I...