Celebrating success: Tim McMaster
SPP is pleased to announce the recent addition of Tim McMaster as a Principal in the firm, based in Sydney. The appointment comes with a focus on continuing the development of SPP’s Government Practice.
Tim has more than 15 years’ consulting and line management experience. He has delivered strategic and business transformation projects across a broad range of Departments and Agencies in Government, as well as in Health and small to medium-sized enterprises.
Tim also has experience in performance improvement gained from project work at large Australian corporates in retail and in financial services.
Through his work with SPP’s Government Practice, Tim has been instrumental in the development of a number of frameworks, including methods for undertaking strategic program reviews, all-of-government data projects and public-sector cost-analysis work.
“Tim has a strong track-record in providing innovative solutions to many complex problems that public sector organisations face and it is great to have him as part of our team” says Managing Partner Phil Noble.
SPP has been supporting government in strategic initiatives for more than 10 years, from policy and strategy development, through to program reviews, business case development and detailed cost analysis. "Tim will significantly enhance SPP’s capabilities in each of these areas," says Phil.
Some key assignments that Tim has contributed to in complex government environments include:
- Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport & Resources (Vic), developing a new strategic focus and associated service delivery model for the Skilled & Business Migrant Program to better enable the program to contribute to the Victorian Government’s economic objectives;
- Large Australian Investment Bank, supporting a global consortium in exploring potential performance improvement ideas for the purchase of State Government assets; and
- NSW Treasury, performing a key change management role in establishing the rationale and support for a whole of government financial system replacement, regularly hosting workshops and developing content for engagement with a diverse stakeholder environment.