Constantine is a management consultant and trainer with over 20 years of international experience, specialising in operations of program delivery and change management benefit realization by developing and implementing strategic plans. His areas of specialization include Business Transformation, Change Management, Interim Management Consulting, Strategy and Leadership, Team Development, Program Management, International Entry Strategy, Technology Outsourcing, Executive Coaching Training, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Risk Management, Finance and Administration, Commercial Negotiations.
Constantine successfully develops and executes technology transformation plans on national and international dimensions for major government organizations and multinationals. He leads in-house work stream teams to ensure timely transformation delivery, knowledge transfer and competency development for the long term. He designed Program Management Office (PMO) capability to proactively manage risk, official communications, project visibility for tracking status, balancing resources and monitoring of key performance indicators (KPIs). He ran numerous workshops and was key speaker to a number of international forums in aligning change to corporate efficiency.
His major customers are University College London, Education Department, Ministry of Justice, British Chamber of Commerce, Department of Health, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, IKA (Social Insurance Institute), The Scientific World Inc. (USA), Portolan Inc. (USA), Rolls-Royce, HP, Vodafone and SoftOne Technologies.
Constantine’s major government consulting engagement was at pioneering the largest Department of Health privatization policy transformation program in UK’s National Health Service (NHS) that reduced patient waiting times from years to a number of weeks. Later on he led modernization technology transformation programs through outsourcing for HP Enterprise Services, in UK’s Ministry of Justice and Education Department.
During the past years, Constantine has focused on the transformation helping major national corporations and institutions adapt to the challenges of globalization by developing international entry strategies. He is currently providing advisory services to University College London in the development of online learning (VLE) in their 3d engineering metrology faculty. He is also the writer of the highly well received article on business planning “Before sending off your business plan”.
Strategic planning is the process for making good decisions about the future, but it is also about directing the application of business resources to a plan of action. Influenced by today’s complex environment, customer requirements are constantly evolving with new trends and as a result business planning today is not a single event, but – truly continuous and never complete. Getting the right strategic vision is critical and this 4 day course goes a long way in being able to…Find out more »
This three day program will provide a wide framework readily applicable to all functional outsourcing in a highly complex environment. It covers the process of how to decide the best fit for outsourcing operations, the choice of location, the vendor selection process, preparation for the necessary commercial requirements, the successful transitioning into a managed service and the management of benefit realization through a carefully crafted process. The course will also describe today’s outsource environment and outlook trends into the future.Find out more »
ITO today is regarded as one of the most applied business trends to efficiently manage resources within technology organizations. The business issues and associated change management that accompany such a decision are tightly intertwined within the three broad phases: design, engage and govern. This two day program provides a comprehensive guide of how to manage ITO complexity during these three phases based on eight key building blocks of successful outsourcing compiled from the learnings of public and private sectors organizations…Find out more »