About Enrique Fernandez-Pino
Enrique Fernandez-Pino is a Lecturer at Northeastern University London. His teaching specialisms include project and programme management.
Enrique is a CIO (Chief Information Officer) with over 30 years’ experience in innovation, strategy development, digital redesign, and large-scale change and programme management.
He has a proven track record of developing a clear vision and strategy for business and technology opportunities and issues, and to convert it into pragmatic, down-to-earth no-nonsense implementable solutions. He is used to delivering complex projects in multinational, multicultural, multidisciplinary and multi-site environments, and has worked in Technology and Digital, Retail, Finance, Supply Chain, Transportation, Property, Manufacturing and Security.
Enrique holds a First Honours Degree in Business Law from ICADE University (Madrid), and has been Group CIO for the Go-Ahead Group (Public Transport FTSE250, £4bn turnover and 30,000 employees), Global CIO for Chubb (Security, £2bn turnover and 13,000 employees) and Technology Transformation Director for Essentra, a FTSE250 manufacturer. In early 2020 he decided to start his own business and currently works as consultant and Interim CIO and Transformation Director, mainly on M&A and system separations, where he can combine his experience with his passion for project and change work. Enrique is also a Non-Executive Director for Transport for London (IIPAG committee).
Degree in Business Law (ICADE University, Madrid)
Prince 2 Registered Practitioner (APMG Group)
Programme Management certificate (George Washington University)
Black Belt Six Sigma (Accenture)
Enrique Fernandez-Pino's Research
Enrique is a practicing Project and Programme Director and writes articles regularly in LinkedIn.
Impact of digitalisation on the Public Transport Industry (2021)
Towards and metaverse (2022)
Enrique in the process of having his first book published by Matador (Troubador), with the title “Simplifying Change”.
Enrique Fernandez-Pino's Teaching
Enrique’s main contribution to teaching Project and Programme management comes from his extensive experience in leading change in the corporate world, where he has delivered large projects and gained significant industry awards.
Selected Teaching History
Tesco Academy, developer of courses for Project Management, Programme Management and Change Management, as well as delivering a two-day residential course every quarter.
Project Management Institute (pro-bono) Director of Professional Development, responsible for the development of educational programs and other activities designed to support members’ professional development. PMI Career Development services include PMI Training, Certification and Credentials, Registered Education Providers, PMIEF, University Outreach, Mentoring and PMI Toastmaters Club.