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Andy Weir

Senior Agile Programme Lead

Senior Agile Delivery Lead at Lloyds Banking Group

London, United Kingdom

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Andy Weir's Work Experience

Lloyds Banking Group

Senior Agile Programme Lead

March 2015 to Present

London, United Kingdom

Lloyds Banking Group

Head of Innovation Delivery (Interim)

December 2014 to March 2015

London, United Kingdom

Lloyds Banking Group

Senior Digital Delivery Lead

September 2013 to December 2014

London, United Kingdom

Andy Weir's Education

Bournemouth University

2:1 Business Information Systems Management

2000 to 2005

Dartford Grammar School for Boys, Kent

Prince 2

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Lloyds Banking Group

Responsible for the management of a programme of work delivering new technology to the bank ranging from wearable tech to new applications. Working with senior bank members to shape new propositions, then managing a squad of scrum masters, designers and developers to deliver the end-to-end solution. This is includes introduction of new social collaboration tools (Jive &...

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About Andy Weir

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Senior Digital Programme Lead with a background of end-to-end accountability to deliver successful programme and projects in Digital, Mobile, E-commerce and multi channel businesses. Experience of working on many Business and IT led projects across a range of industries, for leading organisations including Lloyds Banking Group, Sainsbury’s, and Marks & Spencer. Projects successfully delivered included new payment and shopping initiatives in retailers as applications, web and mobile sites. New payment and lending opportunities for credit cards, invoice financing, secured loans for banking commercial and retail customers. Using new technology such as ICR cheque scanning, PayM, Google Glass, Wearable tech for payments and security. A wide range of projects delivered but all aimed at putting the customer needs first. Experience in end-to-end delivery of large-scale business change projects, managing large budgets and managing large teams, based onshore and offshore. Experience in being accountable for high profile projects, and managing director level stakeholders. Delivered a wide range of projects following methodologies such as Agile, Scrum, Lean, Prince and Traditional Waterfall. Experience in implementing innovation methods and structure into large corporations from scratch, introducing new ways of working to deliver projects following rapid prototyping methodologies. I have supported many incubator programmes to identify startups to help deliver change to the bank; this involves mentoring and supporting Hackathons and meet ups. Specialties: Digital, Mobile & Tablet applications, Websites, Agile projects, Digital Payments and Social Media projects.Senior Agile Programme Lead @ Responsible for the management of a programme of work delivering new technology to the bank ranging from wearable tech to new applications. Working with senior bank members to shape new propositions, then managing a squad of scrum masters, designers and developers to deliver the end-to-end solution. This is includes introduction of new social collaboration tools (Jive & Yammer) across our Digital business (5,000 plus employees), and also leading an employee pilot of a new cheque scanning application, the largest employee pilot to date. There is constant review of how we deliver projects, we continually work hard to be innovative and continue to work with new technologies and processes. We work closely with the FinTech industry, payment councils, government forums to ensure we are supporting the drive of innovation for the industry and most importantly for our customers. From March 2015 to Present (10 months) London, United KingdomHead of Innovation Delivery (Interim) @ Responsible for the delivery of all the digital innovation projects. This involves managing several squads of resources including designers, developers and project managers. The role requires a strict management of finances and a wide executive stakeholder management. The key part of the role is to manage the large team and also support the executive board. From December 2014 to March 2015 (4 months) London, United KingdomSenior Digital Delivery Lead @ Leading the delivery of 30 projects per year, varying across all technologies including iOS and android technologies and wearable tech. Each project utilises rapid prototype methodologies such as agile scrum. Introduced and implemented the digital innovation delivery team, creating the core delivery processes to support Agile Rapid Prototyping. Work closely with FinTech startups and digital agencies to implement change to the wider banking group. A mentor to the FinTech Startup Boot camp, to support the development of new innovating companies. From September 2013 to December 2014 (1 year 4 months) London, United KingdomSenior Digital Project Manager @ Company: Sainsbury’s Role: Senior Digital Project Manager • Project Budget £1.5 million: I was accountable for the end-to-end delivery of a ground breaking mobile shopping application, which focused on mobile scanning of products and mobile secure digital payments. The project involved revolutionary new design approaches, reflective of a detailed market and customer analysis. The project was high profile and involved the management of stakeholders at director level and I managed a team of 15 people. • Project Budget £1 million: I was accountable for the end-to-end delivery of the mobilisation of the Sainsbury’s food website. The project involved simplifying the online shopping journey to appeal to the time conscious customer. The project involved stakeholders at director level and I managed the team of 10 people. • Project Budget £0.5 million: I was responsible for the end to end delivery of a portfolio of high-profile digital projects utilising new technology such as QR tags, digital payments and augmented reality. I managed the research and development of new products, this involved detailed competitor and market analysis. The key was to understand the core customer and to focus on projects that would improve the customer journey. • I was accountable for the agencies and development companies from overseas. • All projects followed the agile project methodology to ensure that the projects were delivered quickly to enable competitive advantage. • Assisted the senior management in creating the digital strategy, this involved detailed market and customer and competitor analysis. The key stakeholders for this project were senior directors. From November 2011 to September 2012 (11 months) London, United KingdomSENIOR E-COMMERCE PROJECT MANAGER @ Company: Marks & Spencer Role: Senior E-commerce Project Manager • Accountable for the end-to-end delivery for a portfolio of high-profile concurrent ecommerce projects including shopping websites, social media applications, mobile websites and applications. • Project Budget £1 million: Accountable for the end-to-end delivery of a million pound project website which delivered over £50 million sales revenue. The project introduced a new logistics mechanism, a new store replenishment process nationwide and a new customer-ordering channel. The project involved large business changes across all sectors and the project was delivered to a very tight schedule to meet the Christmas release. The project involved key stakeholders at Director level from across the business, there were 15 senior stakeholders to manage. I was accountable for the management of the project team of 20 people. The project was highly complex; it delivered updated processes to many business areas and within the critical trading period. • Project Budget £1 million: I supported other projects using new technologies, such as in store touchscreen devices and QR tag ordering systems. • For all these projects I managed third party offshore testing and resources, working closely with TATA Consultant Services and Cognizant Technology Solution. From October 2010 to December 2011 (1 year 3 months) SAP PROJECT MANAGER @ Company: Marks and Spencer Role: Senior SAP Project Manager • Project Budget £100 million: Accountable for the delivery of a key work stream as part of the SAP Business Warehouse implementation across foods and General Merchandising. • Accountable for a team of 6, analysts and IBM consultants, to deliver an SAP solution that enabled M&S for the first time to have accurate stock visibility. The use of SAP introduced large-scale business changes, which impacted on all areas of the company. The overall programme was the largest investment in Marks and Spencer’s history. • Managing third party logistic development changes from 25 companies over 12 different countries. • Accountable for each company’s development project, which I managed to ensure all deployments were released successfully, to a very tight schedule. From February 2010 to October 2010 (9 months) FINANCE PROJECT MANAGER @ Company: Marks and Spencer Role: Finance Project Manager • Project Budget £1 million: Accountable for the end-to-end delivery of IT projects for the finance department. • Implementing the government increase of VAT, this involved co-ordinating 22 legacy system changes. From October 2009 to February 2010 (5 months) PORTFOLIO LEAD @ Responsible for the administration of project approvals and finances for the IT Group Supported all of the IT senior management in completing detailed analysis and discovery activities. One of these activities was detailing how to improve the customer services centre. My analysis framed a proposal which was successful in launching two core projects which improved the quality of customer service and reduced the overheads. From October 2008 to February 2010 (1 year 5 months) BUSINESS ANALYST @ Responsible for the delivery of projects within the foods section of the business. Implemented SAP Business Intelligence; this project delivered a suite of web based reports that gave buyers and merchandisers the facility to interrogate data. This replaced legacy inaccurate reports. Implemented the Branded Products Trial; this delivered the structures and processes required to support M&S in this new product direction. The success of this delivery initiated a full rollout of branded products. From February 2008 to October 2008 (9 months) LEAD BUSINESS ANALYST @ Within this role there was great flexibility to lead projects, for many of the projects I took on the role as project manager and was managing a team of analysts. Implementation of content management software that manages all data on the Woolworths website Migration to SAP to remove legacy constraints and a complete new way of working Implementing a customer card based savings scheme Designing and implementing the first in store ordering system for Woolworths Implementing and rolling out a new range planning process From August 2005 to February 2008 (2 years 7 months) SUPERVISOR @ Responsible for a team of 20 staff and for managing the public house From August 2004 to July 2005 (1 year) IT ADMINISTRATOR @ Responsible for the IT administration of the Building Planning Processes Responsible for IT support and training for the regional office From July 2003 to July 2004 (1 year 1 month) 2:1, Business Information Systems Management @ Bournemouth University From 2000 to 2005 Dartford Grammar School for Boys, KentPrince 2 Andy Weir is skilled in: Mobile Applications, API, Business Change, APIs, Change Management, Vendor Management, Digital Strategy, Digital Marketing, Digital Media, Mobile Devices, Tablets, Information Security, Mobile Payments, Electronic Payments, Shopping Cart


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