Fireside chats
with Barry Gordon
Adjunct Professor Art Phillips hosted and moderated this interview for UBSS, featuring Barry Gordon (Fellow of UBSS, CFE) - Director, Commercial & Contract Management with Transport for NSW.
Fireside chats
with Barry Gordon
Adjunct Professor Art Phillips hosted and moderated this interview for UBSS, featuring Barry Gordon (Fellow of UBSS, CFE) - Director, Commercial & Contract Management with Transport for NSW.
ENTREPRENEUR WORK INTEGRATED LEARNING EVENTS
MIT101 - Interview with Barry Gordon
1:15 pm - 2:15 pm, Tuesday 8 March
Online

Barry Gordon - Director, Commercial & Contract Management with Transport for NSW

Barry has had an extensive career in large infrastructure, construction and manufacturing projects. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the areas of project management, commercial management, strategy development, risk, governance and probity management.

Barry’s current role is Director, Commercial & Contract Management with Transport for NSW where he manages commercial, compliance, assets and revenue management for the E-Tag, Transport Management Centre and electronic ticketing systems (Opal). Previously he has held a number of procurement, commercial and supply chain positions for large private enterprises such as Hatch, Downer and MMEM.

Barry holds a Graduate Certificate in Business and Technology (University of NSW), a Master of Business Administration (Newcastle University), Master of Science in Procurement, Logistics and Supply Chain (University of Salford), and a Doctorate of Business Administration (Newcastle University) and a Master of Commercial Law (Melbourne University). 

Barry is a Fellow of UBSS Centre For Entrepreneurship, the Institute of Management and Leaders, a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply Australia; a Certified Practitioner, Australian Human Resources Institute and a Graduate Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors.

This event was produced for lecturer Zahra Sadeghinejad’s UBSS class, ‘MIT101 Business Analysis and Programming’, on Tuesday, March 8, 2022.

The direction and intent of our fireside chat style interviews is to engage students with a more relaxed learning experience for a dedicated hour duration, including a 15-minute Q&A. 

The interview presentation was produced in the UBSS television studios / Sydney campus, and broadcasted live to the classroom.

This is the second UBSS ‘fireside chat’ interview event in T1/2022.

Read more about Barry Gordon:

CFE Profile

LinkedIn Profile