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Tim Bird

Managing Director at Agilyx

Wellington & Wairarapa, New Zealand

About Me

A General Manager and the driving force behind the New Zealand start up and operation of a regional software and services company.

Background in Management Accounting and Business Systems. Experience across Government, Education, Health, Not-for-Profit and Commercial Service sectors, particularly with people and project based organisations.

Leadership style centred on the importance of recruiting, retaining and motivating people with capability and potential. Inspire high performance through fostering belief in individual and team ability.

Focused on Business Development and Service Delivery. Demonstrate vision and clarity in defining strategy and goals, identifying requirements, generating options and establishing a course of action.

Bring personal engagement and commitment to understanding and meeting needs of clients, partners and stakeholders.

Interests include Coaching, Negotiation and Mindful Leadership

Tim Bird's Passles

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How competent management beats strategy

It can feel hard to justify the ongoing investment in the people and processes needed for strong operational management.  Especially...

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Why Universities are turning to Snapchat

The best social media channel depends on your target audience and the message you want to communicate, but would you include Snapchat in...

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How companies will stay ahead in the next decade

With all the talk of Digital Transformation, Artificial Intelligence and Disruption, it can be easy to forget that all of these...

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Why you don't need Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation has become the buzz phrase of the last couple of years. Many organisations have initiated large complex and costly...

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Making Digital Transformation work

Digital Transformation is now a prime driver across organisations in all sectors.  Most CEOs view it as a priority and increasingly CIOs...

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