Mark Neasbey
Director, Australian Centre for Value Management Pty Ltd

Bachelor of Arts Macquarie University, Sydney
Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Development University of Canberra

Member Practitioner of The Institute of Value Management Australia

Project List

  • Sydney Water Corporation, Risk Management Studies into Drinking Water quality for 14 Sydney supply systems
  • South Australia State Records - Strategic Facilities Plan
  • Willoughby City Council - Decision Making Framework
  • Bankstown City Council - Public Consultation Workshop
  • Brisbane City Council - Total Asset Management Framework
  • Central Sydney Area Health Service - Resource Transition Program
  • Tasmanian Department of Health & Community Services - Demand Planning

Specialist Skills

  • Group Facilitator
  • Strategic & Business Planning
  • Risk Management
  • High Level Communication
  • Evaluation
  • Educational Program Design & Delivery
  • Program Management
  • Plan Development & Implementation

Professional Experience

Mark possesses expertise in the areas of Strategic Asset Management, Risk Management, Corporate Change Management and Business Planning.

He is accredited by the NSW Government as a Value Management Facilitator.

Mark combines his extensive consultancy and facilitation experience together with more than a decade in managing the following tasks:

  • capital and maintenance works planning of large property portfolios;
  • joint venturing;
  • project appraisals and post completion reviews;
  • operations management and services delivery;
  • management information and computer systems design, implementation and user support.

His most recent experiences in Value Management and workshop facilitation include:

  • NSW Department of Health Asset Strategic Planning
  • Sydney Water Corporation risk management strategy and studies into the 14 supply systems that provide the drinking water for Sydney;
  • Sydney Olympics 2000 projects;
  • major hospital redevelopments and health services delivery;
  • mining industry projects;
  • office accommodation strategies;
  • United Nations sponsored initiative in asset management for the Government of Mauritius;
  • infrastructure projects;
  • program management;
  • educational facilities;
  • organisational change management;
  • continuous performance improvement.