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A Visual Overview of Capabilities

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A Visual Overview of Capabilities

  1. 1. Ian van Vuuren email.me ianjvv2@gmail.com
  2. 2. Rolex and Icons It doesn't just tell time, it tells history It’s not a resume, It’s a time machine….my travel through time (Donald Draper)
  3. 3. I live and work here…
  4. 4. BUT I originally come from….
  5. 5. here Saldanha
  6. 6. …and here Oshakati
  7. 7. …and here Johannesburg
  8. 8. …and here
  9. 9. More specifically, here… http://www.thepearlqatar.com
  10. 10. So… How did I go?
  11. 11. 2014+ 1978 - 1982 1983 - 1997 1998 - 2002 2003 - 2008 2009 - 2013 THE OFFICER AND GENTLEMAN THE GO-GETTER THE CHANGELING A FEW GOOD MEN THE VISIONARY THE ORACLE Military Academy Air Force HQ Namibia Officer BA (B.Mil) Air Force HQ Namibia Director MBA Defence Institute Mittal Steel Consultant Strategic Planning SA Banking Risk Information Centre General Manager Risk Management United Development Company Head of Business Support Fin Management Quality Management Corporate Decision Services MD LLB
  12. 12. 1978 -1982 The Officer and Gentleman 1978 – 1982 “Worley: Lynette, marry me. Make me the happiest man in the whole world. Lynette: I'm sorry, Sid, but I don't wanna marry you. I really like you. We've had ourselves some really great times, but I thought you understood. I want to marry a pilot. I want to live my life overseas. The wife of an aviator.”
  13. 13. Just after high school I joined the Air Force Intelligence Corps.
  14. 14. Just after high school I joined the Air Force Intelligence Corps. I became a student of the intelligence discipline, became an officer, did so many courses, then went to the Military Academy at Saldanha (the Military Sciences Faculty of the University of Stellenbosch),
  15. 15. Just after high school I joined the Air Force Intelligence Corps. I became a student of the intelligence discipline, became an officer, did so many courses, then went to the Military Academy at Saldanha (the Military Sciences Faculty of the University of Stellenbosch), to study Military History, Political Science and Economics.
  16. 16. Just after high school I joined the Air Force Intelligence Corps. I became a student of the intelligence discipline, became an officer, did so many courses, then went to the Military Academy at Saldanha (the Military Sciences Faculty of the University of Stellenbosch), to study Military History, Political Science and Economics. By the end of this period I was left with some paper, i.e. B.A (B.Mil) and 10 other certificates, but more importantly – I was left a leader of men…
  17. 17. “Kate: Don't try and be polite, sound crazy or sound tough.” 1983 - 1997 The Go-Getter focused look (or something…) 1983 - 1997
  18. 18. From the mid-eighties to the mid-nineties I did many functional and developmental courses, saw operational duty in Namibia and Angola, and was promoted to the rank of Colonel on appointment as Director Air Force Intelligence in 1993. Oshakati, Namibia - Circa 1987
  19. 19. I also held the position of Senor Staff Officer Strategic Management Systems, facilitating the DoD’s annual strategic planning process and presenting the Strategy to Parliament for approval.
  20. 20. It was a time of significant capability and reputational development…
  21. 21. Geostrategic Risk Analysis Transformation Management Project Management Capabilities-based Planning Strategic Planning
  22. 22. By the end of this period I was left with an MBA (MBL), many other certificates and fantastic strategic management experience – but more significantly – I wanted a new challenge… It was time to impress the civilians…
  23. 23. 1998 - 2002 The Changeling “Reporter at Precinct: [as Northcott is being taken into custody] How did you avoid capture? Gordon Northcott: Well I didn't did I?” 1998 - 2002
  24. 24. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force,
  25. 25. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force, developing Air Power Journals,
  26. 26. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force, developing Air Power Journals, assisting with writing the Air Force’s Air Power Doctrine,
  27. 27. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force, developing Air Power Journals, assisting with writing the Air Force’s Air Power Doctrine, and providing direction to develop an Air Power Institute.
  28. 28. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force, developing Air Power Journals, assisting with writing the Air Force’s Air Power Doctrine, and providing direction to develop an Air Power Institute. During this time I also facilitated strategic planning and strategic model development,
  29. 29. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force, developing Air Power Journals, assisting with writing the Air Force’s Air Power Doctrine, and providing direction to develop an Air Power Institute. During this time I also facilitated strategic planning and strategic model development, as well as with scenario construction interventions for numerous organisations.
  30. 30. It was an exciting time to explore the civilian world…. I became director of my own consulting company, and were involved in numerous projects… Ranging from the development of a competitive intelligence capability for an aerospace company, to developing and facilitating Command Post Exercises for the SA Air Force, developing Air Power Journals, assisting with writing the Air Force’s Air Power Doctrine, and providing direction to develop an Air Power Institute. During this time I also facilitated strategic planning and strategic model development, as well as with scenario construction interventions for numerous organisations.
  31. 31. Business Process Redesign Emergency Management Doctrine Development Financial Management Report Writing Research Mentoring And Coaching Intelligence Management Team Leadership Scenario Construction Facilitation Geostrategic Risk Analysis Transformation Management Project Management Capabilities-based Planning Strategic Planning Command Post Exercise Facilitation Master Plan Development My skills set had been developed significantly… But alas – I was called to “higher duty”…
  32. 32. 2003 - 2008 (With) a Few Good Men (and Women) “Col. Jessep: You want answers? Kaffee: I think I'm entitled to. Col. Jessep: You want answers? Kaffee: I want the truth! Col. Jessep: You can't handle the truth!” 2003 - 2008
  33. 33. At the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) I established the Crime Risk Intelligence Department
  34. 34. At the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) I established the Crime Risk Intelligence Department We developed deep analytical capabilities,
  35. 35. At the South African Banking Risk Information Centre (SABRIC) I established the Crime Risk Intelligence Department We developed deep analytical capabilities, resulting in the production of more than 200 intelligence products annually, using a variety of software and analytical approaches
  36. 36. I facilitated the organisation’s strategic planning process
  37. 37. I facilitated the organisation’s strategic planning process Embedded strategic research and production capabilities which today set the benchmark for civilian intelligence capabilities -
  38. 38. I facilitated the organisation’s strategic planning process Embedded strategic research and production capabilities which today set the benchmark for civilian intelligence capabilities - All of it premised on an approach of Capabilities-based Planning
  39. 39. I facilitated the organisation’s strategic planning process Embedded strategic research and production capabilities which today set the benchmark for civilian intelligence capabilities - All of it premised on an approach of Capabilities-based Planning By the end of this period I was left with a deep sense of having established a truly innovative approach to multi-sector and multi-source, fused intelligence analysis, that made a difference to stakeholders’ perceptions of crime risk management. I had forged a world-class team. My job was done.
  40. 40. I spent a year at Business Against Crime to develop multiple products for various Police Commands
  41. 41. I spent a year at Business Against Crime to develop multiple products for various Police Commands
  42. 42. I spent a year at Business Against Crime to develop multiple products for various Police Commands
  43. 43. I spent a year at Business Against Crime to develop multiple products for various Police Commands
  44. 44. It was time for some International exposure…
  45. 45. 2009 - The Visionary “Frown, my haughty sire! chide, my angry dame! Set your slaves to spy; threaten me with shame: But neither sire nor dame, nor prying serf shall know, What angel nightly tracks that waste of frozen snow.” 2009 - 2013
  46. 46. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  47. 47. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  48. 48. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  49. 49. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  50. 50. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  51. 51. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  52. 52. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Results of a Strategic Conversation Conducted by - UDC TPQ OC3 Staff 17 February 2009
  53. 53. On The Pearl Qatar, a $14 billion development (www.thepearlqatar.com), I was appointed in two successive positions: First, as the Manager of the Operations Command and Control Centre (OC3); I developed many, many products and capabilities… Second, as the Head of Business Support, where I oversaw the following: • HR • Labour camp • Training • Quality • Audit and compliance • ISO implementation • Strategic planning (BSC) • Administration • Health and Safety
  54. 54. For strategic planning, I developed a unique combination of Balanced Scorecard, Hoshin Kanri, Method Framework and Blue Ocean…
  55. 55. For strategic planning, I developed a unique combination of Balanced Scorecard, Hoshin Kanri, Method Framework and Blue Ocean…
  56. 56. For strategic planning, I developed a unique combination of Balanced Scorecard, Hoshin Kanri, Method Framework and Blue Ocean…
  57. 57. I developed the first Facilities Management Doctrine ever written Doctrine and Strategy are two sides to the same coin – whereas doctrine says how things should be done, strategy says how it will be done…
  58. 58. I got the company certified to Integrated Management Systems Standard – ISO 9001/ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001,
  59. 59. I got the company certified to Integrated Management Systems Standard – ISO 9001/ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001, and developed all procedures and policies,
  60. 60. I got the company certified to Integrated Management Systems Standard – ISO 9001/ISO 14001/OHSAS 18001, and developed all procedures and policies, as well as training interventions for problem solving, like Root Cause Analysis, FMEA, Six Sigma.
  61. 61. I assisted with the development of many operational concepts and philosophies,
  62. 62. I assisted with the development of many operational concepts and philosophies, developed a unique format for business development proposals,
  63. 63. I assisted with the development of many operational concepts and philosophies, developed a unique format for business development proposals, and acted as the lead internal auditor for the company…
  64. 64. I even made time to make my contribution to the National Planning Commission in South Africa who had embarked on a very important exercise to develop the long term developmental strategy for the country – this is the front page of my submittal to the Minister…
  65. 65. It was a unique opportunity, for almost five years, to be part of a development which embraces the SIIS concept – Smart Integrated Island System – fusing together a multitude of disciplines and harnessing the best of my background – from people management, through to financial and systems management, to strategic planning.
  66. 66. It was a unique opportunity, for almost five years, to be part of a development which embraces the SIIS concept – Smart Integrated Island System – fusing together a multitude of disciplines and harnessing the best of my background – from people management, through to financial and systems management, to strategic planning. I was left with much additional experience and new qualifications – emergency management, OHS, Blue Ocean, Facilities Management Professional, and half an LLB…
  67. 67. It was a unique opportunity, for almost five years, to be part of a development which embraces the SIIS concept – Smart Integrated Island System – fusing together a multitude of disciplines and harnessing the best of my background – from people management, through to financial and systems management, to strategic planning. A unique experience, and a unique contribution, but… the wanderlust had me firmly in its grip again… I am left much additional experience and new qualifications – emergency management, OHS, Blue Ocean, Facilities Management Professional, and half an LLB…
  68. 68. “Oracle: You're cuter than I thought. I can see why she likes you. Neo: Who? Oracle: Not too bright, though.” 2014 The Oracle 2014+
  69. 69. So – The Skills Set is there – And will be augmented by 2017 with a completed LLB Cute – ánd bright…☺
  70. 70. Business Process Redesign Emergency Management Health & Safety Crime Risk Management Doctrine Development Financial Management Report Writing Research Mentoring And Coaching Intelligence Management Team Leadership Scenario Construction Facilitation Quality Management ISO 9001 Facilities Management Geostrategic Risk Analysis Transformation Management Project Management Capabilities-based Planning Strategic Planning Command Post Exercise Facilitation Master Plan Development Problem Solving Tools Training Needs Analysis HR and Administration
  71. 71. Since 2014 multiple products have been developed for various clients
  72. 72. Since 2014 multiple products have been developed for various clients
  73. 73. Since 2014 multiple products have been developed for various clients
  74. 74. Since 2014 multiple products have been developed for various clients
  75. 75. Since 2014 multiple products have been developed for various clients
  76. 76. Since 2014 multiple products have been developed for various clients
  77. 77. The inevitable question is – What now? Which organisation will be deserving of my penchant For Planning
  78. 78. The inevitable question is – What now? Which organisation will be deserving of my penchant For Planning and Analysis, going forward?
  79. 79. Qualifications Bachelor of Arts (B. Mil) – Stellenbosch University Master in Business Leadership (MBL) – University of South Africa Bachelor of Law (LLB) – University of South Africa (ongoing) Doctorate in Business Leadership (DBL) – University of South Africa (incomplete) Certificate in Fraud Examination – University of Pretoria Certificate in Strategic Leadership – Cornell University, Qatar Certified Assessor – SIMSKULA, Pretoria Senior Command & Staff Course – SA Air Force College Executive National Security Programme – SA National Defence College Certified Facilities Management Professional – International Facilities Management Association ISO 9001:2008 Lead Auditor – Applus Velosi, Qatar ISO 31000 Certified Risk Management Trainer – Global Institute for Risk Management, Qatar Basic Survival Basic Intelligence Intelligence Part II Basic Meteorology Officers Orientation Basic Air Navigation Strategic Leadership Strategic Intelligence Basic Radio Communications Basic Educational Technology Integrated Management Systems Blue Ocean Strategy Formulation Basic Photographic Interpretation Emotional Intelligence & Coaching IFMA Professional Facilities Member Advanced Photographic Interpretation Member of the Institute of Risk Management SA Interviewing MEFMA Member IDEF process analysis Change Management Project Management Building Management Advanced Intelligence Emergency Management Intelligence Management Junior Command and Staff Gallup 5-Star Champion Leadership Integrated Information Management Financial Intelligence Centre Orientation OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Safety Certificate Financial Management Certified Outcomes-based Assessor
  80. 80. References http://www.slideshare.net/EmilandDC/how-i-landed-a-job-with- slideshare?utm_source=slideshow03&utm_medium=ssemail&utm_campaign=sh are_slideshow_loggedout http://www.slideshare.net/Fandcorp/carl-pullein-resume- 20?utm_source=slideshow03&utm_medium=ssemail&utm_campaign=share_slid eshow_loggedout John Warden’s Concentric Circle Theory Google Earth www.rolex.com Kim & Mauborgne - Blue Ocean Strategy Volkswagen Brazil BSC Strategy SAAF, DRC, SABRIC, UFMCO, BAC Product Faceleafs - Illustrative Ian van Vuuren ianjvv2@gmail.com +27(0)60-6360-632

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