Lincoln Ruby brings together a wealth of skill and experience in successfully delivering strategic change. Many strategy consultants focus on strategy formulation, while at Lincoln Ruby our passion is the delivery of the strategic change.
Our consultants have worked to together on many strategic change projects, with successful outcomes. Our expertise has been built up over many years, leading in-house project teams and partnering with external service providers.
Lincoln Ruby was founded by Larry Rudman, whose has experience both as a corporate executive and a consultant. He was formerly a senior executive at GESB, a $22 billion Superannuation Fund, and led the successful outsourcing of the Fund Administration. Subsequently he led the consolidation of ICT Managed Services service provision for the Link Group, an ASX listed company and directed the implemenation of the services transition.
These projects yielded significant dollar savings for the project sponsors and has resulted in sustainable working partnership between the parties.
The team at Lincoln Ruby is comprised of specialist subject matter experts, who have worked with Larry on previous projects, and have an established track record.
When it comes to building and growing a business, nothing is more important than well-implemented strategies. Lincoln Ruby’s vision is to partner with its clients to deliver, and ensure that that strategic benefit is realised.For us, it is very much about leadership. Bringing together a shared purpose, commitment, productive relationships, good governance and planning, and effective risk management. In particular, risk management is not viewed solely as a compliance activity, but more broadly as a strategic management tool.
An accomplished business leader, with a strong track record of successfully delivering strategic change. His insightful pragmatism, and focus on achieving the goals set, place him apart as a valued strategic partner. Larry is a Master of Applied Finance and a Fellow of both Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.