5Di Limited is, first and foremost, the commercial vehicle for Nigel Green to provide independent consulting and advisory services.
It is also, however, the entry point to a global network of independent consultants, thought-leaders, and trusted experts in their field. We use this network to bring together small teams to resolve problems using some of the world's best talent.
5Di are a business-focused IS consultancy who specialise in the conception, management and delivery of business-led IT solutions.
5Di and its associates are the creators of the VPEC-T thinking framework. 5Di teams specialise in the use of VPEC-T and other 'next practice' techniques to see the combined world of Business-Technology that creates new ways of seeing old problems and stimulates innovative solutions.
We combine 'next practice' thinking with extensive experience in the logistics & distribution, transportation, government, telecoms and media sectors.
From 1991 to 1997, Nigel worked in Asia for DHL International (Air Express) where he led the a Business Systems Architecture capability for the Asia Pacific region.
From 1997-1999. Nigel directed the IT organisation of a TV/media company operating in Eastern Europe. He directed activities in a challenging multi-cultural environment and streamlined TV Ad Sales and Production Operations processes through the application of cost effective IT solutions.
Nigel later joined the logistics division of Hutchison Port Holdings where he held a business/IT hybrid position as VP Service Delivery (Europe) where he designed a new “Port-Centric Logistics” business model which has since been replicated in the Container Port industry.
Nigel has been a strategist and a consultant for the Computer Sciences Corporation and Capgemini. Over his career he has been engaged to focused on IS Strategy, IT Innovation and future-focused Enterprise Architectures and Business and IT Operating Models for large privately-held businesses and government organizations.
Nigel Green is a pragmatically-minded strategist, business-technology architect and author, who specialises in the conception, management and delivery of business-led IT solutions that reduce complexity and create tangible value.
He is particularly fascinated by two things:
the way people actually use IT
and how well IT reflects real-world behaviour.
His list of favourite authors hints at his values: philosophers, economists, architects, physicists, anthropologists, entrepreneurs, technologists and thought-leaders in Systems Thinking are on that list.
A business/IT translator for over 25 years, Nigel specialises in working with large organizations with complex and distributed operating models.
MCA Consultant of The Year Finalist 2007 for his work with the UK's Criminal Justice System.