Wil is Head of Project Management Office at Vitaccess.
He is responsible for the delivery of our Vitaccess Real™ platform, which enables rapid real-world study implementation and reporting. Wil is also author of the Vitaccess Project Framework for project management, which has the flexibility to adapt to each project’s needs, and enforces “just enough” project governance.
Wil is a keen Agilist, responding to changing priorities to deliver products rapidly and reduce the risk of “building the wrong thing”. By empowering his team to innovate, he optimizes our product delivery process.
Wil has over 35 years’ experience in IT, starting his career as a software developer before moving into project management roles in the 90s. He started his Agile journey with its predecessor, Rapid Application Development, and his career has spanned the move from departmental computing, to desktops, to the Internet and mobile devices. Over this time, Wil has worked with a number of FTSE 100 financial service companies. He has delivered major change projects and helped businesses transition to Agile ways of working.
Wil is qualified in PRINCE2, MSP, DSDM Atern, Scrum, and Change Management.
Wil is happiest when reading books on optimizing process and making change happen. While his coding days are behind him, he still writes software every now and again, just for the fun of it.
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