Tag: Business cases

University of New South Wales

2011 | Business Case & Business Plan development

UNSW Faculty of Engineering required development of the business case for implementation of a new center.

Refined the vision for the new center, by market research and discussions with stakeholders

Wrote up the business case leading to approval and implementation of the new center

On approval of the business case completed development of the business plan


2011 | Six Sigma support – Business Case development

Working with Optus Six Sigma team to quantify and prioritise the business cases for a suite of initiatives to reduce the 9 figure cost of inbound calls.

A key insight was identifying the need to align the cost of inbound calls with the division P&L. This enabled quantifying the cost of call types and prioritising initiatives

Developed an Excel model to develop align the business case baseline with the P&L statement

Clarified business case assumptions with six sigma team and operations

Completed scenario modelling on customer and inbound call databases demonstrating the value of automated responses for different call types leading to approval of the business case

HealthShare NSW

2013 | Project Financial Control.

HealthShare provides shared services for NSW Department of Health and is developing world leading healthcare solutions including a platform for Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

Led finance support for IT projects with $150m annual budget by developing an Excel system enabling scenario planning and monitoring of project progress and expenditure

Integrated system with actual results reporting system, reviewing results and providing insights and recommendations

Collaborated with Project Managers to understand issues and risks

Applied model insights to negotiate with suppliers and reduce the cost of expenses

InfinityLab Accelerator

July 2017 – Present | Founder                                             

InfinityLab brings together experienced individuals to form teams to create new ventures by applying experience and transferable skills to commercialise proven innovation.

InfinityLab gives organisations improved options for employee career transition, exposure to startup processes and volunteer opportunities for existing staff and the potential for expansion with through new products and services.

Implementing InfinityLab has required extensive engagement with government, accelerator groups and commercial partners.

InfinityLab is seeking funding to enable implementation and launching of it’s first cohort, and is receiving government and Ministerial interest and endorsement across the social impact investing and profit for purpose sectors.

Social Impact Innovation