Pieter Eshuis implements changes at (corporate) organisations in the role of interim or programme manager. Pieter’s management style is fairly direct, he is team-oriented and capable of getting individuals and groups of people excited and motivated in order to realise changes. He is passionate about innovation and has extensive experience as programme manager and organisational advisor in product/service development and IT, particularly in the Telecom and Media sectors.

Recently, Pieter set up a programme for the modernisation and 4G rollout of a major telecom operator. He was in charge of a programme for new operations within an occupational health and safety organisation. He also set up a Big Data programme, worked as programme manager at a quango and organised the automation and implementation of a new service. He also advised the quango about other service developments and its portfolio management.

He was in charge of the development of a professional network service provider’s VoIP service for the Large Enterprise market and headed the CRM integration and the Billing programme for a major telecom organisation. For over 7 years, Pieter served as director for the Number Portability Foundation, which he turned into the COIN Association.

Pieter has a background in electronics and began his career in 1990 at PTT Telecom where he held a variety of positions, including that of project manager in the innovation department of the fixed net. His final role at KPN Telecom was that of manager of the project management department of the NetwerkBouwbedrijf. In 1999 he left KPN to become director of the consultancy and project management agency Contigo. After this company was taken over by Logica, Pieter started his own company in 2001. Between 2004 and 2008, he worked as a partner at the consultancy firm Arengo. Pieter is currently a partner at Bakkenist.

Pieter is married and has two children. In his spare time he works for the regional broadcasting service www.6fm.nl and he likes to go sailing and skiing.