Programme director, non-executive director, board adviser and ex-big4 consultant. I have extensive experience of shaping and assuring high complexity/multi-country flagship initiatives across HM Government and FTSE 100 organisations, often within highly regulated environments and under intense public scrutiny.
I hold royal charters with the Institute of Engineering and Technology and the British Computer Society, and I’m a high-risk programme assurance reviewer for HM government and an exam writer for the APM.
With a particular interest in IT enabled transformation delivered through large, structured programmes and projects, I have been able to contrast how clients are able to articulate, embrace and/or manage all aspects of transformational change within their respective environments.
Having already published a number of articles and papers based on my experiences and observations, I have a strong interest in being able to converge leading academic thinking with the application of digital transformation leadership across a broad spectrum of clients in achieving our practice based vision.
Harding, D. J., & Fan, I.-S. (2017). Environmental Modelling of the Chief Information Officer. UKAIS 2017: Ubiquitous Information Systems: Surviving & Thriving in a Connected Society. Paper 14.
Harding, D. J., Burrows, N. (2004). KPI and Contractor Reporting for the Railway Industry.Logistics and Transport: Focus. Volume 6 Number 4. ISSN 1466-836X
Harding, D. J. (1999). The Pressure of Change. Manufacturing Engineering. The Institution of Electrical Engineers. Vol. 78, No.5. ISSN 0956-9944
Harding, D. J. (1999). The Challenge of Change – The Measurement of People, Process and Product. Manufacturing Engineering. The Institution of Electrical Engineers. Vol. 78, No.4. ISSN 0956-9944
Harding, D. J. (1999). Business Improvement through Measurement: Measuring the Airbus Wing. IEE Seminar proceedings. UK ISSN 0963-3308. No. 1999/154
Harding, D. J. (1997). The Challenge of Change – Supply Chain Relationships. Managing Industrial Innovation Seminar. Published by The Teaching Company Directorate, Seminar Proceedings Vol. 7, No. 9. ISBN 1 901255 10 7.
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