19 May 2017

In support of its strategic focus on digital services and fostering an innovative culture, Royal HaskoningDHV appointed Daisy Rood as new Corporate Director Digital Services and Evelien Cameron as Business Partner Organisational Transformation.


Daisy Rood (left) and Evelien Cameron

Daisy Rood (46) joins Royal HaskoningDHV as of 1 June and will be responsible for driving digital innovation to achieve rapid scale-up and commercialisation. She will lead the digital services transformation across the organisation and develop and coordinate the portfolio of digital services initiatives. Daisy is a professional with 20 years of experience in innovation and making businesses smarter. She joins Royal HaskoningDHV from IBM, where she was responsible for developing new digital transformation business at existing or new clients. Daisy started at IBM in 2000 and occupied various positions as consultant, manager, business developer Smarter Planet and social business transformation leader.

Daisy Rood: "This new position at Royal HaskoningDHV offers me the opportunity to not only design and scope but also co-own the digital ambition. The urgency to transform is high. Royal HaskoningDHV's clients are increasingly in need of smart solutions that provide an answer to their complex, multi-layered challenges. Solving them require different, innovative and combined perspectives and expertise. Through continuous innovation and by bringing digital in our work and solutions Royal HaskoningDHV can enhance the user-friendliness, efficiency and stakeholder management of projects and solutions. For me personally, the international dimension of my new role is essential as it means more opportunities to grow and to be exposed to even more breeding places."

Evelien Cameron (33) joined Royal HaskoningDHV on 15 May and will help shaping the organisational culture and leadership in support of the company’s strategic ambitions. Evelien will primarily focus on the Industry & Buildings Business Line and in addition, will help leaders across the company in fostering a culture of empowerment, curiosity and renewal. Evelien is a consulting professional with a background in sociology and business administration and almost ten years of experience in people and organisational development. She joins Royal HaskoningDHV from PwC Consulting where she started in 2007. In her last role as Senior Manager People & Organisation she was responsible for designing and delivering leadership development and cultural transformation programmes. 

Evelien Cameron: "I'm really excited to further strengthen the collaborative, innovative and adaptive culture of Royal HaskoningDHV, which is crucial in these times of rapid change. Climate change, urbanisation and digitisation require all of us to think and act differently and develop new solutions in close partnership with clients and specialised partners. I am committed to supporting my new colleagues in this transformation.”

Royal HaskoningDHV's strategy

Royal HaskoningDHV's strategy is focused on further increasing client satisfaction and employee commitment. The company wants to continue to be an independent player and realise growth in turnover and profits on the basis of local market dominance in a select number of countries, as well as reinforce its position in several leading segments of the international market. Key pillars of this strategy are investing in teams and innovation, a strong focus on digital services, and encouraging a culture of innovation, pride and ownership.