The recent fuel crisis in the UK and Europe, and the vast increase in energy prices driven by war in Ukraine illustrate for me the problems with the belief that data is either the new oil or necessarily an asset. Data disasters have also similar impact on business.
Crude vs. refined
As in the oil industry, data in itself has limited value. In its crude form it isn’t good for very much. It’s the distributors, integrators and
A Belfast native, Peter is an experienced strategy consultant and IT programme manager with experience in data analytics, strategic consulting, and change management.
Prior to joining Castlebridge, Peter worked extensively in senior management positions in global consulting firms in London and Singapore and as an advisor to leading Regulatory Technology and MetaData software start-ups in Dublin. In addition he has been privileged over his career to be a visiting lecturer in project management and business at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, the University of London, and the Zrinyi Miklos Defence University in Budapest.
He is a graduate of the Law Society of Ireland’s Certificate in Data Protection Law and Practice, a member of ISACA and APM and holds an MBA from Cass Business School. As COO and Director of Consulting, Peter responsible for the continued successful growth and development of Castlebridge’s consulting practice.
He keeps a secret stash of Crunchies in his desk which is not very secret.