Tim joined The Nichols Group in July 2016. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Association for Project Management, a director and Fellow of the International Centre for Complex Project Management, a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy and, in 2013, was one of the first cohort to successfully pass through the Major Projects Leadership Academy.
He has had a wide variety of articles published in project management and defence journals and lectures on a range of courses. Tim previously worked in the Cabinet Office as head of government project delivery profession where he was responsible for growing people and organisational capability and transforming the development of project talent as a strategic asset across government. Before that Tim was a director at the National Audit Office, where he specialised in the examination of complex project delivery and defence acquisition issues and, at various times, was also responsible for its work on DEFRA, the Millennium Dome and foreign affairs.
Projecting the Future: the big conversation
This will be to launch APM’s brand new campaign. Projecting the Future will be a 'big conversation' with members and stakeholders about the future of the project profession. Having achieved chartered status, what's next? How does the profession thrive in a world being changed by factors like robotics and AI, climate change, and the 100-year human life.
Tim Banfield, chair of APM’s 'Projecting the Future Group' will host this interactive panel discussion to kick-start the conversation. Audience participation welcomed.