Ian Rosser has over 40 years’ experience in ICT, consultancy, project and programme management, gained in both the private and public sectors. He has been involved in the delivery of numerous projects ranging in size from tens of thousands to billions of pounds.
He is highly familiar with project management best practice and has carried out many project and programme level health-checks using a variety of project management methods.
He is conversant with the Government’s Gateway review process and has participated in a number of Gateway reviews on Central Government projects. He has also worked for the Office of Government Commerce, the body that originally created PRINCE2, via their Strategic Assignment Consultants (SACs) framework.
He has taught project management courses over a period of over 25 years and has delivered courses using a range of delivery methods including, classroom based, virtual delivery and blended learning, using a number of separate technologies including Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
He currently teaches PRINCE2 at Practitioner level for a number of organisations and acted as lead trainer for Guildford College in the delivery of PRINCE2 courses over a 7 year period. He has also taught project management at a number of leading universities at Master’s degree level.
In addition, he acted as a reviewer on the latest version of the PRINCE2 Guidance, PRINCE2 2017 (6THEdition).
He holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) and has achieved PRINCE2 Agile Practitioner, Agile PM Practitioner status and also holds qualifications in P3O (Portfolio, Programme & Project Offices) and MoR (Management of Risk).
He has delivered a numerous courses both in the UK and internationally, including a number for the United Nations, to students with a wide range of ethnicities and backgrounds, in sometime hostile conditions. Examples are South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lebanon and most recently Kosovo.