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Marshall is the Chief Architect of Jasper Global Corporation and he is supported by a great team of gifted “Business Systems and Knowledge Engineering Experts.“ Sitting below each of these Senior Knowledge Engineers are specialist teams who provide the ability to scale up or scale down projects depending on the project parameters. How the Jasper business is modelled allows for significant flexibility and cross company knowledge sharing and specialist / sector technical insight.

Marshall Potts

Senior Consultant

Professionally an international business and leadership consultant with a background in organisational and occupational psychology.

Marshall is the Chairman and Principle of Jasper Global Corporation, an International Business and Leadership Group with offices in the Dominica, UK, India, Middle East and more.

Member of the British Psychological Society International Testing Centre, the Institute of Leadership and Management, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the Institute for Business Consultants and the Institute for Management Consultancy.

He is a dedicated management and business development specialist with extensive experience of Human Capital and Knowledge Management including Organizational and Personal Development and has over thirty years experience in the Commercial, Public and Vocational / Higher Educational Sectors.

Over the years Marshall has had ongoing relationships with some prestigious Universities in the UK including Durham (Graduate Testing), York (Leadership Healthcare), Nottingham (Stress & Mental Toughness), and Leicester (NHS Medical School Commissioning of Post Graduate Medical Education).

He has over twenty years experience of running Senior Management Leadership Development Programmes both in industrial / commercial and public sector organizations. He is very skilled, and a specialist in Competence Based Management Systems (both developing competencies and methodologies, and the assessment processes) including manual and technological deployment systems.

Manjit Biant

Senior Consultant

Manjit is our Investment, Securities and Finance specialist he graduated at the prestigious Aston Business School, the largest business school in Europe. His degree in Business Administration included a placement year with Deloitte Haskins & Sells, one of the top five Accountancy firms at that time.

He proceeded to continue his career with the newly merged firm Coopers & Lybrand Deloitte. His experience included auditing some of the top firms including National Grid, Barratt Homes and United Biscuits along with a number of local government institutions. He also spent some time in the insolvency and administrator department.

After 2 years with this firm he moved on to complete his CIMA accountancy qualification working for a number of firms including GRT Transport (now First Bus Transport), Boots PLC and Central & Carlton Television.

He spent 4 years in Edinburgh working for Lloyds TSB as a Business Implementation Manager and then went on to work for AMP UK Financial Services, the largest Insurance Company in Australia, as an internal management consultant.

He went on to work for Hays PLC as a Commercial Accountant, then finally decided to run his own business and get street experience, putting his entrepreneurial skills to the test.

Manjit has had extensive training in the Thompsett Project Management program, Quality Management Techniques and Customer care implementation. He delivers courses on all aspects of Accounting, Finance & Business including Finance for Non Finance Managers, IFRS, IPSAS, Analysing Financial Statements, Risk Analysis & Management, Forensic Accounting & Auditing, Corporate Governance.

Alistair Ewing

(Bsc (hons) ACE AME CCE CMFS CFIP EnCE XRY)

Senior Consultant

Alistair is our Network and Computer Forensics Specialist. A dedicated and self-motivated digital forensic investigator with extensive experience in creating innovative and effective investigation solutions for our clients.

His areas of expertise include:
  • Case Management
  • Computer Investigations
  • Data Management
  • Email Analysis
  • Encase
  • Forensic Imaging
  • FTK
  • Expert Witness Testimony
  • Incident Response
  • Mobile Phone Forensics
  • Audio/Visual Forensics
What is computer forensics?:

Computer forensics (sometimes known as computer forensic science) is a branch of digital forensic science pertaining to legal evidence found in computers and digital storage media. The goal of computer forensics is to examine digital media in a forensically sound manner with the aim of identifying, preserving, recovering, analyzing and presenting facts and opinions about the digital information.

Although it is most often associated with the investigation of a wide variety of computer crime, computer forensics may also be used in civil proceedings. The discipline involves similar techniques and principles to data recovery, but with additional guidelines and practices designed to create a legal audit trail.

Evidence from computer forensics investigations is usually subjected to the same guidelines and practices of other digital evidence.

Dr Greg Samways

Consultant Earth Scientist and Professional Trainer

Senior Consultant

Dr. Greg Samways is professionally a Consultant Petroleum Geologist a trainer and knowledge manager, currently offering technical consultancy and training worldwide on a range of upstream subjects from exploration to reservoir modelling and field management. In recent years, his interest has focused more and more on the capture and dissemination of best practices, which lead him to create the “Workflow Pro” process mapping, knowledge management and competence development tool, which Jasper is now using at the core of its Human Capital Development services.

Environmental Scientist: Greg has also researched extensively on coastal processes (as part of the UK-based Land-Ocean-Interaction-Study; LOIS), including investigating the potential for carbon and nutrient storage in coastal depositional systems during sea-level rise.

Greg brings a clarity and focus to our work at Jasper, and is not afraid to challenge what we are doing, why we are doing it and how we should best do it!

His years of providing technical petroleum geoscience consultancy, project management and professional training services to major international clients worldwide has given Greg a great insight into business practices, across a range of companies and cultures.

This insight has enabled Greg to contribute significantly to the strategic development of Jasper and to our sister companies.

Paul Brennan

Senior Consultant

Paul Brennan is a former senior officer in the Royal Air Force who specialised in every aspect of training following a successful flying career. After nine years in operational flying duties flying in the Nimrod Maritime Patrol Aircraft, Paul transferred to flying training where he spent eight years flying as a co-pilot in the HS 125 Dominie aircraft.

Finally, Paul saw his future in training rather than in flying and was commissioned as a RAF Education and Training officer in 1990.

Paul enjoyed a variety of appointments all directly related to management, leadership and aircraft engineering, primarily at RAF Cosford, the RAF’s largest engineering training college. Additionally, Paul completed a tour at the RAF’s Department of Training Design and Management where in addition to a training consultancy role, he was responsible for training the RAF’s training designers and training managers.

In 1998, Paul was promoted to the rank of squadron leader and tasked with introducing distance learning into aircraft engineering training.

In addition to his significant and relevant experience, Paul is well qualified academically, having gained a first degree from the Open University in 1989, a Post Graduate Certificate in Adult Education in 1991, a Master’s degree in Education from London’s prestigious Brunel University in 1999 and a further Post Graduate Certificate in Open and Distance Education from the Open University in 2000.

Paul retired from the RAF in 2001 and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the Chartered Management Institute and the Institute for Learning.

May Surgeoner

Senior Consultant

May Surgeoner has extensive expertise in Government Funded Business Development. May brings extensive experience of the education sector having spent 9 years with University for Industry (Ufi / learndirect), the world’s largest Government Funded E-learning Organisation.

In her position as Operations Director for Individuals, she was responsible for the delivery of employability and basic skills qualifications throughout the UK through a 700 strong supply chain and a contract delivery target value in the region of £75m – and with a direct accountable budget of £25m. Aligned with this delivery was planning, commissioning , managing and motivating supply chains to deliver to target. In the last year May’s role at Ufi was Head of Government Accounts which included bidding for Government Funded Tenders in the Skills and Welfare Sectors.

Prior to Ufi, May worked in the NHS, Local Government and for a variety of commercial organisations.

In South Africa she was responsible for the services of SAFTO (South African Foreign Trade Organisation) across the Western Cape and Namibia. May holds a MA in Marketing and Diplomas in International Marketing and Management as well as E-learning Management. She is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

A specific area of expertise is developing a supply chain for delivering e-learning she was responsible for the supply chain modelling of Ufi’s expansion into 37 prisons of all categories across the UK as well as integrating e-learning into client training programmes and other client journeys such as welfare to work.

Public Service Review published an article written by May which asks whether e-learning in prisons can play a significant role in re-building the lives of offenders.

Born in South Africa, May is particularly interested in using her expertise to bring better employability opportunities and basic skills development to indigenous populations through e-learning in order to improve their life chances.

 




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