Management & Value Engineering
Program Design, Development & Delivery
Roy Barton has extensive experience as a senior academic,
group-facilitator/coach, organisational mentor and group decision-catalyst.
He works on a wide variety of assignments nationally and internationally
with public and private sectors. Whilst much of his work is
involved with Value Management, Risk Management and Partnering
on major projects, Roy has substantial experience in working
with groups of people across all levels of organisations on
problem-solving and strategic planning. Of particular interest,
is Roy's work in helping groups of people establish clear
statements of purpose and core values and further helping
them to develop strategies that respond to those purposes
and core values.
an Associate Professor of Construction Management and Economics
at the University of Canberra and Adjunct Professor of Asset
Management at Queensland University of Technology, Roy now
works full time in private practice through the Australian
Centre for Value Management Pty Ltd.
has been integral in the development and practice of Value
Management in New South Wales and he is a co-author of the
New South Wales Government Value Management Manual. He has
also been instrumental in the development and practice of
Total and Strategic Asset Management in New South Wales and
an on-going action-research program, Roy has developed a particular
approach to Value Management, specifically designed to address
strategic and conceptual planning and project initiation.
He is chairperson of the Australian standards committee on
Value Management and a past president of the Institute of
Value Management, Australia. His primary area of research
and practice deals with the complexities encountered during
the early phases of major infrastructure projects.
is keenly interested in the field of learning and learning
organisations and actively promotes the notion of "whole of
government" outcomes from public sector projects.