Brian Wernham has more than 30 years’ experience in adaptive change program leadership. He has worked at the National Audit Office drafting reports for the Public Accounts Committee and has extensive international hands-on delivery leadership experience in USA, UK, Canada, Hong Kong, Germany and offshore in Bangalore.
Brian’s blog is here.
By the time that the term ‘agile leadership’ was first coined, Brian had already been successfully leading iterative, adaptive projects for over 10 years on both sides of the Atlantic. He works as a hands-on program director and has real-world implementation expertise together with a comprehensive understanding of the related international research. He has consulted for major strategic international organizations such as Deloitte, PwC, Gartner Group, the National Audit Office in London and Seer Technologies in North Carolina. His comprehensive public sector experience includes the Department for International Development, the World Bank, the United Nations (Geneva), and local government authorities.
Brian is a Board member of the Association for Project Management (£10m/year). He is a Fellow of the APM and also the BCS with an MBA from Henley Management College and is a Chartered Engineer. He is a participant in the Santa Fe Institute’s complex systems and chaos theory MOOC programme and is a Director of a large consulting organisation based in London.
He is an offshore Yachtmaster and keen off-piste skier, where adaptive planning approaches are essential life-saving skills.