Across Scotland CSIC will deliver a range of industry led projects and initiatives focused on 4 key industry identified support channels:
1. Business Innovation Support:
2. Product Innovation Support:
3. Process Innovation Support:
4. Service Innovation Support:
The services include strategic project management and specialised expert advice on areas such as: Client advice, business advice, assets management, financial advice, innovation, manage change, legal compliance, financial control and cash flow and sustainable development.
We not only will create and help the businesses to improve in their local area of competences, but also we develop a framework or relationships and competences that might direct to some businesses to identify new goals for internationalisation.
This investment will directly result in the creation or safeguarding of jobs in Scotland and retaining skilled member of staff that will be integrated in the transformational challenges.
I have 20 years’ experience working on the construction industry on a wide range of project and sectors. Including commercial projects and transport sector. I not only have the great chance to collaborate with a network of specialised consultants and quantity surveyors, but also we had common goals in common, which make a difference in the delivery of our professional services.
Based in my experience, I bring clarity to all sorts of construction businesses or client issues, such as cost management, financial development, business innovation business support and asset management. Because I’ve worked in-house for both private and public large-scale projects, I have a total understanding of both perspectives. And that is only ever to your advantage.
I have the confidence not only to challenge the status of a project, but the experience to understand the construction business or client requirements and the need for a commercial decision. I know when to negotiate, but also when to recommend a settlement.
International benchmark to export services
One of the objectives of the proposed strategy is to improve the services of current companies to generate more income and maintain their business competitive. Once the key mile stone are achieved the construction business will have a new scenario, where their products can be exported overseas. This not only may create new jobs and may offer a new possibilities to bid for projects, but it can offer a new possibility to manage local product with better tools and within a more profitable practice.
Technological changes and the requirement of new tools that can help us to visualise key information in running successfully a project is transforming our profession. This is the reason why it is important to approach and manage the change with strategic solutions that can be effective on for each project type.
Investment that will directly result in the creation or safeguarding jobs in Scotland and developing new skills that will enable the internationalisation of the products. In order to achieve this objective skilled resource forces are needed. We will collaborate with specific and specialised training programs bringing the knowledge where and when it is required.
I not only got the great fortune to get an international career working in highly professional environments in more than 7 countries and 4 continents all with a diverse cultural context, but I learned what good practice with in the local standards. Is knowing from the