Lloyd SkinnerFounder & CEO

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areas of expertise
  • Programme & Project Delivery
  • Business Plan creation and approval
  • Coaching, mentoring & Talent Development
  • Sales Growth strategies
  • Operating model design
  • Transformation planning and delivery
  • BA (Hons) Business Studies
  • Masters MSc (Econs) in Analysis, Design & Management of Information Systems, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Lloyd completed a Masters in Information Systems at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).  His early career was in Project Planning for Telco and Utility companies before moving onto defining and establishing the Programme Office functions across various corporations including implementing end to end project methodologies and control processes.

Lloyd then progressed into Project and Programme Management and was responsible for full programme life cycle management of Roath Lock Studios (value c. £90m) which was held up by the BBC as its best in breed project when it was delivered on time, under budget and with increased benefits.  He was also responsible for creation and facilitation of the Business Case to undertake feasibility of new BBC Wales Broadcasting House.


Lloyd is now the CEO and Founder of Greyfly and is also a mentor at the NatWest Entrepreneurial Spark and is the curator and host of the BCS Chartered Institute of IT (Bristol branch) series of Technology talks.


  • Greyfly delivers a Change Delivery Capability Assessment

    Working to an agreed budget and plan, consultants from Greyfly Ltd. were rapidly deployed to D&G, a large Financial Services company to undertake a Change Delivery Capability Assessment and make prioritised improvement recommendations.  To enable delivery, Greyfly tailored their “Cyclops” system to accelerate data gathering and present iterative Insight graphs of key findings. Following successful

    June 10, 2019
  • New Guide | Project Management: Causes of Failure

    Greyfly release a new guide on Project Management and the causes of failure. The guide has been collated following a review of academic research and PM reports from independent organisations and professional bodies alike. It provides detail in recurring themes for causes of project failure and splits the failures into oraganisational, project and external factors.

    April 3, 2019
  • BCS Bristol Branch: 2019 Calendar of Talks – Smart Railways & Smarter Cities

    Wednesday February 20th, Registration 6.45pm @ Peel & Hepple Lecture Theatres, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, BS8 1SS After the success of previous talks, we are pleased to announce our first BCS Talk of 2019.  BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is committed to making IT good for society.  We use the power

    February 5, 2019

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0117 909 4148
2 Essendene, The Avenue, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 3GF.

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