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Tim Brett, Director, Programme Leadership, Deloitte

Tim Brett

Director, Programme Leadership at Deloitte

London, Greater London, United Kingdom

About Me

Management consultant with expertise in setting up programmes to deliver successfully and building valued, pro-active PMOs. Highly proficient in implementation of enterprise portfolio management, in benefits management and in working with C-level clients. 

Experienced in supporting clients from the financial services (investment and retail banks) and automotive industries and in the public sector.

Keenly focused on delivery and ‘getting the job done’ through building realistic plans; identifying the true business value; building effective teams; and managing risk. Recognised for ability to drive programme delivery and aligning the business case with the strategic objectives and ‘Big Picture’.

Diplomatic, flexible and comfortable in dealing with programme executives and presenting to boards.Strong pro-active leader who empowers his team to take ownership, providing coaching, training and mentoring to build teams who work together to achieve individual targets and the overall objectives.

Practitioner in multiple methodologies: Managing Benefits, Management of Portfolios, MSP and PRINCE2; P3O Foundation; SC clearance to June 2021.

Specialties: PMO Set-Up; Project/Programme/Portfolio Management; Enterprise Project Management systems; Managing Benefits, MoP, MSP and PRINCE2 Practitioner; P3O Foundation; SC clearance to June 2021.

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