Opportunities in Business Change & Digital Transformation…

Whatever the driver for the business/digital transformation in your organisation, one thing is clear: truly effective transformation is driven by people with the right skills, behaviours and attitudes, not just technology.

One of our major challenges continues to be finding the right people, including leaders, that are appropriate for your digital journey. Being clear about the skills and behaviours you need for each stage will be key.  Our team have continued to build our networks by supporting, engaging and tracking key talent and rising stars during this fast paced, turbulent evolving environment.

We typically recruit these types of role:

  • Heads of Business Change/Transformation
  • Transformation Director/Manager
  • Change Director/Manager/Analysts
  • Programme Director/Manager
  • Project Management
  • Business Analysis/BPA
  • Programme Office (Managers, Planners, Project Support Analysts)
  • Portfolio Manager
  • Business Architects/Functional Architects

Current Business Change & Digital Transformation jobs…

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