Q1 In brief, describe how you entered the profession of management consulting, or when did you decide that management consulting was a profession that you wanted to enter?

I started my consulting career as a technologist many years ago and have built a wealth of knowledge around how businesses can work with technology to evolve, compete and adapt to an ever-changing economy and world.

Q2 What do you love most about consulting?

That I get to face new challenges and test myself in different ways in my career while helping my clients and mentoring others along the way.

Q3 What do you like the least?

Rectifying problems that could have been avoided had the client only used the service of a reputable consultant from the outset.

Q4 What has been your most satisfying engagement and why?

I have loved my international assignments. I’ve been able to live and experience different cultures first-hand. The experiences I have had and the people I have met along the way have enriched me far more than I ever could have imagined.

Q5 What personality trait has helped you the most in your career?

A healthy sense of humour, and knowing when to apply it, has helped me make friends and win the trust of people in some very difficult situations.

Q6 Finally, if you were stranded on a desert island - What is one book and one luxury item you would take with you?

I would take the book called "How to Survive on a Desert Island" and my luxury item would be a large can of bug repellent.
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