Gordon Webster

Managing Director, Management Consulting / Enterprise Information Management

0428 926 313



Gordon brings over 20 years of experience across a range of executive advisory roles delivering major business change successfully to various industry sectors. He is particularly adept at taking the vision of organisations and translating these into executable plans that deliver desired business goals. Gordon has led a diversity of large scale and complex programs internationally across a variety of organisations, using exceptionally strong stakeholder management to align teams to deliver fit for purpose commercial outcomes.

Prior to taking up his Partnership at Mango, he was General Manager of Ajilon, one of WA’s largest and successful consulting firms, Gordon managed over 250 consultants delivering critical strategic business and IT projects simultaneously across a client base in sectors including Utilities, Banking, Insurance, and Government agencies.

Gordon’s career includes a senior leadership role in delivering the largest banking business operating model migration undertaken in Europe for the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), a program recognised globally as the most successful ever of its size and complexity. Gordon was integral in the implementation of a new operating model, structure, program and benefits management framework in the Utilities Sector for Western Power in WA.

Gordon key capabilities include strategic business planning, change management, program design, governance, planning and execution, benefits management, and cultural change.


  • Bachelor of Management Science (Stirling University, UK)
  • Post Graduate, Industrial Administration (Glasgow, UK)
  • Enterprise Change Management (RBS)
  • Harvard Leadership (RBS)

Key Expertise:

  • Strategic planning
  • Operating models
  • Business program directorship
  • Change Management
  • Benefits realisation
  • Cultural transformation

Industry Focus:

  • Banking and Finance
  • Utilities
  • Government agencies

“I help organisations identify how they can perform better and how to best manage the associated changes required to make improvements”