Crossrail – Managing Information in Major Projects

Information Architecture and Management are, in my view, two very important components which can help deliver successful programmes or can hinder the delivery, induce commercial disputes along the way, triple the expenditure costs and ultimately affect the taxpayers’ investment. Crossrail – Information Management

Managing financial value drivers – Key formulae

Download: Compacted version of the key financial drivers formulae (v2) (30/Apr/2017) Key financial formulae to keep you going through the day (29/Apr/2017) Contents: Profit – sales revenue growth, gross profit margin, EBIT margin, margin attributable to shareholders, labour to sales ratio, return on capital employed, return on equity Assets and gearing – asset turnover, debt to equity, gearing… Continue reading »

Strategic Management Perspectives (study case)

The following paper analyses the strategic issues encountered by Tarbes S.A. (“Tarbes”) between 2010 and 2015, by applying a variety of tools such as Porter’s Five Forces (1985), PESTLE (Political, Economic, Social, Technology, Environmental and Legal, adapted from Harrison 2003:37) and SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) analysis and by interpreting the findings using theoretical concepts… Continue reading »

Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon

The 120-years clean-electricity-project, supported by the UK Government, gains popularity from the amount of assumptions set and the value of the strike price estimated to enable the CfD (“Contract for Difference”) framework, between the PLC and the Government. I attach a paper where I’ve looked at the risks and assumptions affecting Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project…. Continue reading »

Southwest Airlines – SHRM – 1-page summary

With the context of my transformational journey, I drafted a 1-page of notes and structured keywords about Southwest Airlines’ – looking at HRM strategies, practices, HR bundles and their use when referring to People Management. Southwest – 1 page – notes HRM