Mr Philip Tighe
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
I am a business leader with proven success in delivering major infrastructure projects for the resources industry. My passion is drawing together high performing, resilient teams and helping individuals make sense of what they do. Founding my management style on strong relationships at every level of business and promoting collaboration across the enterprise, I relish solving complex problems and delivering on business outcomes.
As a committed champion of continuous improvement, both personal and organisational, I enlist respect and reason in order to drive learning and growth.
Core competencies include:
> Project and Program Management including Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM)
> Operations Management
> Design Management
> Risk Management
> Cost Management
> Safety Leadership
> Post Graduate Lecturing and Industry Presentations
> Professional Training and Development
> Coaching and Mentoring
As an experienced Operations Manager and professional Project Manager with over 30 years’ experience in the mining and metals industry, I have enjoyed working across the breadth of project phases. I have been fully immersed in the design, manufacture, construction, contracting and project management of medium to large materials handling projects for the coal, gold, copper, sugar, quarrying and recycling industries. Having progressed through a range of project and business roles, from engineering designer, design manager, senior project manager, general manager and operations manager, I place the utmost importance on leading a safety culture, cultivating workplace diversity, and promoting high levels of collaboration across the disciplines and functional streams.
Complimenting my project and business experience, I have also been engaged by Queensland University of Technology (QUT) as an industry specialist Sessional Academic, delivering post graduate project management courses for over 20 years.
Civil Engineering, Other Built Environment and Design
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Master of Project Management (Queensland University of Technology)
Project Management Essentials
Cost and Risk Management
Cost, Schedule and Performance Management