The infrastructure world has undergone a fundamental change driven by the desire of governments to transfer investment and operational risk to the private sector.
As such, companies are increasingly looking to own and develop structures that will enable them to process and move goods, services, information, people, energy and products.
As pressures for efficient, productive and fast commercialisation increase, the value of senior management has become more sophisticated and specialised. Indeed, organisations are looking for leaders that have a strategic vision and are cross-functional.
To meet these demands, Cripps Sears advises companies on how to build strong and adaptable leadership teams which typify all the key qualities, skills and expertise necessary to take an infrastructure organisation forward.
Our experience advising on leadership in the sector includes utilities and energy companies, contractors, government bodies and also engineering consultancies, management consultants, investors and developers.