With a focus on strategy, innovation, alliances, marketing, team culture and employee engagement, he has led and coached teams that have exceeded market expectations. Gordon is a recognised ICT thought leader, having various articles published on the ICT opportunities and challenges faced by CEOs & CIOs.
Gordon has earned a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the University of New South Wales, an MBA plus a Master of Organisational Coaching from the University of Sydney. His Director accreditation includes graduating with a GAICD from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and awarded Fellow accreditation as FAICD.
B Eng (Elec. Eng.), M.B.A., M.Org.Coaching, FAICD, FAIM
- University of SydneyExecutive CoachingMaster of Organisational Coaching
- Univerity of SydneyMarketing & FinanceMasters Of Business Administration
- Harvard Business SchoolStrategy & AlliancesTransformation of Global Organisations
- Australian Institute of Company DirectorsNon-Executive DirectorFAICD
- University of New South WalesComputer ScienceB.E. (Elec Eng)
- ICT IndustryExecutive LeaderLeader in Strategy, Marketing & Sales Innovation, Alliances, Channels, Digital, Cloud, Mobile, Power Management & Infrastructure, Social, Services.
- Orange Business ServicesManaging DirectorCEO for Australasia
- Schneider ElectricVice PresidentCEO for APC Australasia & VP for Schneider Electric, Pacific
- IBMExecutiveStrategy & Alliances
- TelstraExecutiveStrategy & Alliances
- PictureTel Corp.Managing DirectorCEO for Australasia
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