Roger is one of the region’s foremost productivity improvement and organisational design experts. He has provided transformation services for many of Asia Pacific’s most respected companies and institutions including: Amcor; GE; Industry Funds Management; ME Bank; NAB; Perpetual; Qantas; Royal Flying Doctors’ Service; Red Cross Blood Service; Shell; University of Melbourne; University of Sydney; Virgin; Westpac; and World Vision.
Roger has been an assignment Director and Steering Committee member on over 40 transformation programs. He is not only the Managing Director of the Bevington Group but also leads our Technology and Automation practices.
He is an experienced company Director having sat on the Boards of a range of enterprises including: E*TRADE Australia; ANZ International Ltd (Singapore); Greenfleet; Lean Planning Services Pty Ltd; and Bevington Consulting Pty Ltd. Roger has been Chair of the E*TRADE Remuneration Committee. Roger has also chaired or been a member of, a number of advisory panels such as the Steering Group for the National Health Services Directory project and, the advisory committee for process improvement for hospitals in the state of Victoria.
Roger has published widely on transformation related subjects including in CEO Magazine, Boss Magazine, Management Today, Retail World, Super Review, Marketing Magazine, and The Institute Journal. He is also a very active contributor to Australia’s charitable sector as Chair of the World Vision Business Advisory Councils in both Melbourne and Sydney, and as Chair of Greenfleet’s Business Advisory Council.
Prior to joining the Bevington Group, Roger was a Group Senior Executive with the ANZ Bank, responsible for financial performance management (Head of Group Performance Management), as well as having major project governance accountabilities (Head of Group Project Centre of Excellence).
Qualifications: Master of Commerce, University of Melbourne; Bachelor of Science (Psychology), University of Manchester; Graduate Certificate in Management, Australian Graduate School of Management; Graduate (Order of Merit), Australian Institute of Company Directors.