Nick Hamman

Nick Hamman

Managing Consultant

  • > Product management and ownership
  • > Enterprise architecture
  • > Design thinking
  • > Large IT and business transformation

Background

I joined DMW in 2019 after several years at Ernst and Young. During this time, I was promoted to Senior Manager in the Digital practice as well as the Technology and Product lead for the Auckland innovation centre, Wavespace.

Prior to joining EY, I worked as an Enterprise Architect for 4 years, implementing organisational change across people, process and technology. My studies in Business Management covered a broad range of subjects from Software Project Management, IT Operations management and Business Design. 

I have always worked at the intersection between business and technology, supporting business change through IT innovation. I am particularly passionate about emerging technologies and exploring the impacts that they have on businesses.

Outside of work, my time is mostly spent playing sports such as golf, tennis and squash or exploring various countries across Europe.

Skillset

I take a practical and design-led approach to solving client problems and I am not afraid to roll-up my sleeves to test innovative ideas and demonstrate solutions.

My experience in Enterprise Architecture, Product Management and Design Thinking helps me to successfully design and implement customer centric solutions.

Career Highlights 

I led a small team of engineers to develop and implement a proof of concept asset tracking solution for New Zealand’s largest retail organisation. This solution was rapidly developed through a design thinking process following an ideation workshop with the client. The solution was used by various client teams to track the location and temperature of assets and utilised blockchain architecture to ensure and validate the information. There was a real satisfaction in knowing that we designed and built this solution in an extremely short period and delivered the key customer outcomes required.

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