Family man, agile delivery manager and senior business analyst Michael Mifsud enjoys the flexibility to work where he needs, seamlessly integrating work and life for maximum productivity. Here he shares his experience:



  1. How did you join Deloitte?

A colleague who I knew from 10 years ago contacted me and asked if I’d consider a role in Deloitte.

  1. What are you responsible for in your role?

As an agile delivery manager and senior business analyst, my principal focus is on delivering complex systems integration programmes for large public-sector clients. I also lead a global innovation team, working with a large technology company, to build a revolutionary transport analytics platform for city and transport authorities.

  1. How are you supported to work flexibly?

When my client commitments allow, Deloitte’s suite of business tools enable me to work from home as if I were in the office. This allows me to spend more time with my family and less time commuting!

  1. What was your most memorable moment on the job so far?

I pitched our transport platform through Deloitte Ventures’ dragon’s den. Exactly as it sounds, this was a scary (but exciting!) presentation to Deloitte senior partners and audience of over 150 people. We won the funding and the project has since taken me around the world, including San Francisco, New York, Vancouver and Dublin!

  1. What do you like to do in your spare time?

I spend most of my free time with my children, I love learning languages (Spanish, Italian), cycling and listening to Jazz and Latin music.

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