Providing structured project services focused on quality and reliability, delivering the change your business needs.
Providing consultancy services and advisory expertise whilst working alongside our clients to support them address their biggest challenges.
Providing the skills and robust framework to deliver excellent Business Analysis services to ensure organisations achieve their potential and deliver on their objectives.
Applying our framework for effective change, we work with you to construct the right approach for your organisation, making sure your people are at the heart of the change that you want to achieve.
Providing the support your business needs to meet its regulatory requirements from initial assessment into business as usual.
A Chartered Project Professional and IoD Diploma holder with a wealth of client-side blue-chip experience as a purchaser of consulting services, Alastair became Chief Operating Officer of CBO in 2014 and set about building a company that focussed on quality and efficiency in order to reliably deliver the best possible outcomes for clients.
Alastair has over 30 years’ experience of delivering complex change in both private and public sectors, with specific strengths in business strategy, governance, digital and technology implementations, as well as commercial negotiation and management.
His experience has lent him skills in:
Alastair has a keen eye for aligning change to business strategy, ensuring clients receive the outcomes they expect and need to grow their businesses. His commercial skills, honed through negotiating contracts large and small, remain in strong demand, and he is often called upon to rescue mission-critical programmes that have been recognised as drifting or failing. His obvious passion for quality sees a great deal of his time consumed in active Quality Assurance work, both with the CBO team and with client resources, the net result of which can be seen in the overall quality of CBO’s delivery and the success of client projects and programmes.
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