Robotics & Artificial Intelligence : Pragmatics and Cases

The Bevington Group regularly host events in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra. As well as unique and specialised events for clients, we regularly host Change Networks. These provide an interactive forum to exchange experiences and learnings on how to manage change, usually within the context of topical business issues. Attended by professionals across a broad spectrum […]

Outsourcing pays – but only if you’re smart about it

Outsourcing pays – but only if you’re smart about it As markets develop, outsourcing options proliferate. That’s a good thing, but we need to play the game cleverly. By Roger Perry In an ever-shrinking world we have an ever-expanding set of options to improve quality and productivity. We have a plethora of new technologies and […]

Meet Roger Perry, Managing Director of the Bevington Group and organisational strategy expert

Q. Do you need a partner for the Fourth Industrial Revolution? A. Finding your way in a brave new world of robots and artificial intelligence isn’t rocket science, but it might make you feel like you’re learning how to foxtrot on a slippery floor. Roger Perry is the Managing Director of the Bevington Group, one […]

3 practical steps to become a resilient leader

3 practical steps to become a resilient leader We can build “resilient leaders” by teaching a thinking style that encourages reality-aligned and creative responses to inevitable challenges. Roger Perry Managing Director at Bevington Group, Roger Perry is one of the Asia Pacific region’s foremost productivity improvement experts. Shakespeare surmised much of modern resilience psychology when, […]

What today’s leaders can learn from Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill

What today’s leaders can learn from Winston Churchill Leading through uncertainty is about building the resilience of your team, and making the hard calls with limited information. By Roger Perry Winston Churchill led during the most uncertain of times. After British forces had been evacuated from Dunkirk it was unclear for how long, or if, […]

Getting real on bureaucracy busting

To beat bureaucracy you need to understand why it is so pervasive and resilient, then you can build real plans to defeat it. By Roger Perry Most of us would like to limit organisational bureaucracy, but we often find that dealing with its scourge is easier said than done. By ‘bureaucracy’, I mean activity that […]