Harmonic strengthens its team with three new appointments
Leading UK management consultancy, Harmonic Limited, has made a series of new appointments as it increases its presence within the public and private sector.
The South-West based company – which partners with organisations across the UK to help manage change, build resilience and take action to gain competitive advantage – has further strengthened its team of in-house professionals as it aims for continued growth.
The new Harmonic team members are Matthew Hatson, who has joined the firm as Managing Consultant (strategy and capture), Gavin Docherty as Principal Consultant (portfolio and programme), and Hal Bent as Principal Consultant (portfolio and programme).
Matt, a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, began his career with GEC Alsthom as an Electronics Engineer before moving on to Babcock Integrated Technology, where he ran its surface ship and submarine propulsion division before moving into sales and then business consultancy, where he oversaw bid, tender and gateway reviews.
Gavin, whose early career included mechanical and production engineering before moving onto business and IT process improvement, most recently provided leadership and strategic vision to support client company leaders and team members in areas of digital transformation strategy, businesses development and delivery capability.
Hal has previously worked for a number of leading banks and management consultants, including HSBC, Santander and Barclays, and has a wealth of experience in delivering complex business change and technical projects across financial services, IT, management consultancy, health and the public sector.
Cliff Green, Harmonic’s COO, said: “I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Matt, Gavin and Hal to the Harmonic team.
“All three are outstanding individuals who possess different talents, and, between them, have a wealth of experience in the core sectors we are well known in.
“They join us at an exciting time, and with the skills they have, will help us write the next chapter in the evolving Harmonic story.”
Harmonic operates across the UK and it is headquartered in Bristol. The company employs a 65+ strong workforce and is guided by five clear principles: business advantage; improving ways of working; integrated teams; openness and transparency and professional behaviours. For more information visit: harmonic.co.uk.
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Harmonic helps public and private sector organisations to win business, deliver projects and transform for a stronger future.
With a focus on overcoming challenges throughout its win-deliver lifecycle, the company works in partnership with clients to manage change, improve ways of working and deliver contracts effectively and profitably. Specialisms include system and solutions engineering, using P3 (project, programme and portfolio) management to achieve desired outcomes and embedding transformation into organisations.
Harmonic operates across the UK and it is headquartered in Bristol. It employs a 65+ strong workforce and is guided by five clear principles: business advantage; improving ways of working; integrated teams; openness and transparency and professional behaviours.
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