Geoff Rankins

Expert Trainer & Lead Consultant

PRINCE2™, PRINCE2 Agile™, MSP™, MoP™, P3O™, MoR™, MoV™, Better Business Cases™, Managing Benefits™, Change Management & Scrum

Geoff Rankins is committed to helping organisations improve their approach to planning and delivering portfolios, programmes and projects (P3), associated organisational change, supporting organisational groups and methods, and business case development and maintenance. Geoff assists organisations to improve their P3 management maturity, and individuals to develop their professional capabilities, through maturity assessment, development of integrated management methods, training, executive briefing, coaching, consulting, process improvement and hands-on design, delivery and rescue of P3 initiatives.

Geoff is a Registered Practitioner in PRINCE2, MSP, MoP, MoV, M_o_R, P3O, AgilePM, Change Management, Managing Benefits, Facilitation, and Better Business Cases. His is a registered Advanced Practitioner in MSP, and a Registered PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner. He is a certified Gateway Reviewer and a certified P3M3 assessor. His depth of understanding of such a broad range of methods has allowed him to understand the overlaps and mismatches, and reconcile these methods for optimal results. He understands the deficiencies in each method, and how to adopt and tailor guidance from other methods to create a vertically integrated P3 management approach. Geoff also conducts training in business analysis and business modelling.

Geoff divides his time between training, consulting, coaching and supporting other training organisation. Geoff’s clients have included Australian Federal, State and Local Government organisations, ASX 50 companies, universities, Tier 1 and Tier 2 consulting firms, and not-for-profit organisations.

Geoff has worked in Federal and State Government departments, ASX 50 organisations, and Tier 1 consulting firms. His experience covers ICT, public administration, Defence, Police, transportation, mining, FMCG, financial services, telecommunications. He applies this broad experience across many industries and areas to enrich his training course delivery and the courseware he develops for use by other training organisations. His courseware is used across Australia, New Zealand, Africa, south-east and east Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.