Rod Adams2018-09-11T11:34:05+00:00

Rod Adams is a highly experienced project professional with more than 20 years in project consulting, management and delivery. He partnered with Michael Bolton in 2006 to establish Quay Consulting.

Originally qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in the insolvency industry, Rod specialised in project and program management, particularly large transformation projects and programs of work. He has worked with organisations such as NAB, DHL, Sydney Water, News Ltd, PWC, Optus, QLD Health, and IAG to name a few of Australia’s corporate brands.

His deep knowledge and experience in project management and change management methodologies such as PMBOK, Prince2, Agile and others has enabled Rod to support organisations undergoing major transformation, deploying into large project communities whilst serving as a mentor to project managers of in-flight projects. He is also highly experienced in establishing and evolving PMOs to be fit-for-purpose.

Rod also brings a wealth of experience in delivering Quality Assurance reviews such as project health checks, PERs, BRRs and point-in-time stage gates. He is an active participant on the Quay Quality Assurance Panel and provides internal QA services to multiple projects reviews for clients.

Rod is the driving force behind the Quay Bulletin, our monthly publication which features real-world insight into the challenges and opportunities in successful project delivery. He is a co-author of Trends In Project Management, which was published in 2015.

A keen surfer and cyclist, Rod is also on the board for Endure for a Cure, an organisation that hosts an annual endurance ride to raise much needed research funds for treating children’s cancers.

Key Industry expertise:

Funds management & Banking; Express logistics and shipping; Utilities; Insurance; Media; Tier 1 consulting; Telecommunications; IT; Health; Education.

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