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Geoffrey Lee

Capability statement

Geoffrey LeeGeoffrey Lee is a very experienced consultant who has specialist skills in supply chain, business process design, performance improvement and project management. He delivers projects by working with joint client / consultant teams to identify opportunities for improvement, realize benefits and transfer knowledge.
He has worked in the defence, corrections, justice, finance and banking, health and wider government sectors.
He brings a toolkit of analytical, process improvement and project skills honed on multiple assignments over his consulting career which started with Deloitte Consulting and progressed to his own consulting company, Lee & Associates Ltd.
Pro bono work activities include President - Karori Golf Club, Licensee - St Mary’s Early Childhood Education Centre and Vestry Member - Karori Anglican Churches
Contact:    Geoffrey Lee
Mobile:    0274 457190

Professional background

Geoffrey's professional background includes 20 years in consulting with 11 years in senior roles with Deloitte Consulting. This was grounded on four years in a business development project environment and 15 years of manufacturing operations, quality and supply chain management. Geoffrey's consulting focus has been in the Public sector with experience in the Defence, Justice, Transport, Health, Corrections, Energy and Agribusiness segments. His qualifications include:
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), Chemical & Materials, Auckland;
MSc (Polymer Technology), Loughborough, United Kingdom;
Diploma in Business and Industrial Administration, Auckland.
PMI Project Management Professional qualification.

Professional associations

Fellow of the of the Institute of Management Consultants New Zealand
Certified Management Consultant (CMC)
IMCNZ Council Member - Treasurer
Member Project Management Institute - # 527
Project Management Professional (PMP) - Member # 570765
Member Institute of Directors

Typical projects

For the New Zealand Defence Force a three year project that progressively optimised inventory management in Army, Navy and Air Force from 2006 to 2008. The project was managed by Geoffrey and completed with recommendations to be progressively implemented as business as usual by the Services. Substantial follow on work for the Defence Logistics and Shared Services commands took place from 2009 to 2011. This included reviews of logistics and shared services as a member of a Deloitte team, implementation of a programme of improvements to travel and procurement services and in the later part of 2011, a review of Defence Purchasing Offices in London and Washington.

For National Mutual Life Association an activity based costing and efficiency and effectiveness review of the Life Insurance business unit (300 staff).

For Department of Corrections, Integrated Offender Management (IOM) Project (Nov 99 to Apr 02) - Geoffrey led the process design stream for the Public Prison Service IOM project. This involved the integration of the inputs of four subject matter experts into a coherent process framework, which in turn flowed seamlessly into the overall IOM process design and associated information system and manuals. Geoffrey then provided process design support to the national implementation team.
For Telecom NZ - Geoffrey led a Deloitte Consulting supply management reengineering project which identified savings of $160million and developed the business case and way forward plans to capture these benefits.



Country experience

New Zealand
United Kingdom


Energy, Gas, Oil
Finance, Banking
Government, NGO


Business Process Re-engineering
Industrial Engineering, Work Study
Procurement, purchasing
Project Management
Supply Chain Management
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