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Martin Samphere
is the owner and Managing Director of 3pmxl Ltd, a consultancy that is based in the UK and specialises in implementing major transformation and helping clients to transform their business using structured PPPM approaches.    He has over 30 years management consulting, change, project,  programme and portfolio implementation experience in both the private and public sectors - in the UK and internationally. He has directed and contributed to a number of complex business and organisational change programmes to fundamentally reshape and improve client business performance, often enabled by technology.  He has also led a number of assignments to improve an organisation’s capability to better manage portfolios, projects and programmes.

Martin is a mechanical engineer by training and started his career in major capital project contracting in the petrochemical sector with Foster Wheeler.  He moved into consulting with The Nichols Group and thence to Impact Plus and Hitachi Consulting, helping organisations to implement organisational change in a more structured project and programme oriented way.  He started 3pmxl in 2011.

Martin is Chairman of the UK based Association for Project Management (APM) Specific Interest Group (SIG) on Governance.  This Governance SIG has developed guidelines for Governance of Project Management, including 'Directing Change', 'Governance of Multi-owned Projects', 'Sponsoring Change' and ‘Directing Agile Change’.  He was also formerly a committee member for the APM SIG on Portfolio Management.  He authored chapter 19 on Governance in the 2nd Edition of the Gower Programme Management Handbook (2016).

Client organisations he has worked with have included: Atkins, Arcus Partnership, Capita, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary, DNV-GL, eni, Metropolitan Police Service, Northumbrian Water, Practicus, Proger S.p.a., Saipem, Thales, Thames Valley Police, Thames Water, Turner and Townsend, Valldata.

Created August 2017

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