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Myles has led, supported and coached change initiatives within large and small enterprises for many years. He seeks to build transparency, improve collaboration, and help organisations to deliver Better Value Sooner Safer Happier outcomes. Whilst leading ways of working for a major UK investment bank Myles applied lean and agile principles to risk management. He is now a passionate advocate of patterns that can help foster a safer, leaner, and more innovative controls culture.
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