Experienced project manager, Eric McDonogh, has joined the team at growth consultancy, 2nd Head.
Online PR News – 17-February-2011 – – Project management specialist, Eric McDonogh, has joined the team of consultants at 2nd Head, to offer business development support to its clients.
Eric bring extensive experience in project management and business development from his previous roles as software project manager for Sage UK and Associate Director of Operations at office interiors specialist, 3Sphere. He is both a certified Prince2 practitioner and skilled IT professional, with a BSc in computer science and experience with complex HR and Payroll software implementations.
Eric believes in people-centric approaches to business problems, backed up by sustainable technology.
In his time, Eric has project managed for organisations in both B2C and B2B markets, with companies as diverse as The Eden Project, Pret a Manger, DC Advisory Partners and Tribal Group Plc and often with multi-million pound budgets.
Eric’s role at 2nd Head combines his planning and management expertise to offer clients the strategic support they need to sustain growth. His current work includes market research for the biometrics supplier, Argus Global and business planning with large format printer, The Bigger Printing Company.
Michael Richards, Director for 2nd Head, comments: “I know Eric of old, both as a former employee and as a good friend. He has an ideal balance of soft and hard skills that will be invaluable for the organisations that we’re working with. Eric is used to consulting with clients to help them achieve their goals in the shortest timeframes. And he does so with the kind of humour and understanding that’s vital for successful business relationships.”
Eric is also a keen project manager in his own time, with several house renovation and re-building projects on the go. He says: “I apply the same kind of logic to my personal life as I do to business. You need to set achievable goals, know exactly what you’re heading for and have a laugh in the process. It’s that last bit that people often struggle with, but I intend to change that.”