Gavin is Vice President and Head of Global Business Services for AECOM, responsible for Support Services and Transformation across AECOM global network, spanning 150 countries and 65,000 employees. AECOM’s GBS scope includes a portfolio of SG&A functions including: Finance, HR, IT, Procurement, Legal, Marketing and Communications, Remote Assistance, Contact Centres and other Administration serviced from 6 key strategic locations across the globe. Prior to Gavin’s current role, he held various leadership roles within the shared services industry as well as led an array of transformation, systems implementations, M&A, and change management projects. Gavin prides himself on building high performance teams and enjoys identifying and leading transformational change. Gavin is on the advisory board for SSON, participating regularly in SSON events, holds a degree in Business, is a member of CPA Australia and has studied an advanced Diploma in GBS with CIMA and Hackett Group.
3 years ago, AECOM embarked on a truly global shared service transformation – with their 5th strategic centre in development, GPO and Service Delivery structure, digital transformation strategy, and an all-inclusive SG&A model – AECOM has become a truly global business, servicing 150 countries and 56,000 employees. Instilling the philosophy that shared services goes beyond transactional processing, to become a vehicle for change within the organization. AECOM GBS is focused on driving digitization, fostering customer centricity as a concept, reducing operational costs, and improving global operating models. In addition, working to help prepare leaders for a future shared services landscape.
In this session, learn about:
· The AECOM GBS journey so far – what it means to be a truly global business
· The strategy for positioning GBS as a strategic partner and delivery model
· How a tiered transformation approach led to step change cost savings
· How Digital Tools enticed stakeholders and created sustainability
· The impact of a Customer Centricity mindset on GBS success