Nathan is a freelance SharePoint and Office 365 Architect, currently working as the Global SharePoint and Office 365 Architect at Arup. He specialises in SharePoint and Office 365 and has spent many years working as a SharePoint developer, business analyst, consultant and architect. Nathan has worked for various organisations, from large systems integrators to small, niche consultancies, and on behalf of clients in almost every sector. He has worked on some award-winning projects, including BBC Pitch, and on some of the world’s largest Digital Workspace implementations, including Royal Bank of Scotland. His work interests centre around architectural decisions for SharePoint/Office 365; SharePoint governance and operating models; business change; maximising the value and ROI for SharePoint/O365 solutions; and Agile methodologies.

Nathan is a Microsoft Certified Professional, and has qualifications including MCSE SharePoint 2013, MCSA Office365, ITPro SharePoint 2010, MCTS SharePoint 2010 and is also a certified Scrum Master.

Nathan lives near Chelmsford, Essex with his wife, kids, and sausage dog. In his spare time, he enjoys motorcycling, keeping fit, reading, and playing computer games.

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  1. Nathan:
    Good afternoon. Did you complete the other sections to the Operating Model blog? The first three sections you published had a lot of great information.


    • Hi, thanks for reading! No I never published the other sections – work/life have been getting in the way for the last year or so. I’m actually going to revise it though since I’ve come up with a newer, more concise way of defining an operating model that really boils it down to the more crucial elements. I’ll do a post about that in the not-to-distant future hopefully.


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