Moonshot Consultancy is run by Gary Ford.
Gary has more than 30 years experience in the IT industry, focused on Financial Services
Most recently, Gary was a Managing Director at JP Morgan (JPM), where he:
Built the business case and secured the funding for the firm-wide implementation of ServiceNow
Ran the programme to implement the first phases of the ServiceNow incident and change management solutions
Revolutionised JPM’s Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB) incident management capability, reducing recovery time by over 50%
Developed the firm’s command centre strategy and oversaw the implementation of the European capability in Bournemouth in the UK, designing a highly collaborative approach across more than 250 support staff.
Built the strategic operating model for the support of over 200 CIB applications, improving stability year on year by over 30% and reducing cost by over $6mm p.a.
In addition, Gary was a member of the Leadership team for JPMorgan’s Bournemouth campus in the UK, a home to more than 4000 employees. As part of his role there, he ran a number of initiatives aimed at increasing collaboration, improving employee experiences and enhancing employee engagement.
He also co-founded JPMorgan’s male allies programme for Women in Technology
As well as providing our services directly, we are also a partner with the following organisations to help the world of work:
Co-founder of the 4i forum - an innovative new on-line learning capability that uses the power of dialogue to help businesses uncover new thinking to challenge their current ways of working
Male Allies representative for Women on the Wharf and the co-lead for their virtual networking series - Inspire which aims to bring twice monthly events across women's (and men's) network groups
Co-founder of Male Allies for Gender Equality (MAGE) - a LinkedIn company set up to connect male ally groups to continue our learning on being partners with women to achieve a more gender balanced world
Supporting the Women's SatNav to Success's ground-breaking annual survey and co-creating programmes for women and men to create more inclusive workplaces together