THE PYXIS FOUNDERS COMBINE IN-DEPTH EXPERIENCE IN TECHNOLOGY, BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION WITH WORLD LEADING EXPERTISE IN CORPORATE CULTURE
Christiane Wuillamie OBE
Chief Executive & Co-Founder
Christiane founded CWB Systems in 1994, addressing the challenges of rescuing failing IT projects in financial services. After 100% year-on-year growth she sold in 2001 and began a successful career as a business troubleshooter, advisor and NED.
Christiane has deep experience in technology, innovation and business transformation.
John R Childress
Chairman & Co-Founder
John co-founded the groundbreaking leadership and culture consulting firm Senn-Delaney in 1978 and built it into an international firm working with senior leadership teams on turnarounds and culture change.
Senn-Delaney was acquired in 2013 and John retired to pursue global business advisory work.
His business books on corporate culture, strategy execution and leadership are considered must reads for CEOs and senior executives.
Director / Partner
Barden Brook Capital
Ford of China/APAC
Vice President Global CISO
2018 CISO of the Year
Misys / Finastra
Sold company to VMWare
John R Childress has written several internationally recognised books on business culture and strategy
CULTURE RULES! is the culmination of over 35 years working with global leadership teams on understanding the impact of corporate culture on business performance, customer focus and employee engagement.
LEVERAGE: The CEO’s Guide to Corporate Culture, breaks new ground in helping CEO’s and business leaders understand one of the least understood factors in the business performance equation. This work tackles the key issues CEOs need to know: what culture really is, where it comes from, its impact on financial and human performance, its role in strategy execution, and how to reshape and sustain a healthy, high-performance culture.
FASTBREAK: The CEO’s Guide to Strategy Execution, tackles strategy execution, a task at which most organizations fail miserably. By bringing to light the non-obvious and little talked about reasons for poor strategy execution, I build a line-of-sight framework for effective strategy execution, without an army of consultants.