Alan Cartwright

$5,000-$10,000
NSW, Australia

Alan is the Managing Director of In Corporate Pty Ltd, a Sydney based consultancy specialising in organisational review, corporate strategy, change management and training. Alan approaches all of his work with a unique blending of the organisational strategy and the needs and behaviours of the people that contribute to the success of the strategy.

Alan's background is general management, which enables him to deliver services in a way that he would expect as a senior team member in an organisation. This allows complete alignment with the organisational goals.

Alan is a highly skilled organisational strategist, trainer and facilitator. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Economics and Organisational Behaviour. Alan is an accredited trainer, skilled in Neuro Linguistic Programming and is accredited in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator as well as the MSCEIT (Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence test).

His areas of expertise include:

  • Strategic and business planning
  • Facilitation - individual and group
  • Hypotheticals ? design and moderation
  • Change management process
  • Organisational review and transformation strategies
  • Senior team development and coaching
  • Training and development - design and delivery


His past clients have included:
Apple, Bausch Lomb, Bovis Lend Lease, Juvena Australia, Disability Services Queensland,  Meadow Lea Foods, Who Weekly, McDonald?s, Butterworths Nexis Lexis, Oral-B Australia, Ridley, Adis International, Cigna Insurance, University of Newcastle Union, NSW Department of Housing, Department of Health, Housing and Human Services, Ausdance, Mosman Council, OCC International, Rotary Offset Press, Stream International, Kendall (Australia), NSW Department of Land and Water Conservation, Reed Elsevier Australia and Reed Exhibition Companies.


Career overview
He began his career in health service management initially completing an executive development program that prepared him to occupy senior management roles in health services.  He took up his first line management role to manage the surgical services of a large teaching hospital (Royal Prince Alfred in Sydney) and successfully introduced commercial management skills to the traditional medical model.

Alan spent 2 years in the United Kingdom working in consulting roles to health service organisations that enabled him to broaden to an international perspective his management learning?s and experience.

Upon his return to Australia he took up a senior Corporate Services role working as a member of a team that successfully established a management group to co-ordinate the activities of 12 previously independent organisations. 

Shortly after this he was appointed as the General Manager of a group of 4 hospitals with the specific brief to improve the way the business operated.  He did this by instigating a cultural change plan linked to the strategic plan.

Alan made a decision to leave the health system and to expand his general management exposure by entering management consulting.  After some time with Coopers and Lybrand Consultants during which he successfully completed various strategic consulting and training assignments he made a decision to move into smaller consulting environments that allow him to focus on his areas of love and skill.


His areas of expertise include:

  • Strategic and business planning

  • Change management process

  • Organisational review and transformation strategies

  • Facilitation - individual and group

  • Senior team development and coaching

  • Training and development - design and delivery


His current clients include:

  • Murdoch Magazines
  • The Australia Council for the Arts
  • NSW Premiers Department
  • Bausch Lomb
  • Westpac
  • Optus
  • NIDA
  • Department of Families Youth and Community Care (Queensland)
  • Wizard
  • Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Pearson Education Australia
  • Apple
  • Rail Access Corporation
  • Bovis Lend Lease
  • Juvena Australia
  • Butterworths
  • Disability Services Queensland
  • Sydney Water
  • Spastic Centre of NSW
  • NSW Roads and Traffic Authority
  • Rentworks
  • Sabre Pacific
  • Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal
  • Sydney Dance Company
  • Mosman Council
  • AGL

 

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