Head of Delivery

Matter Of Form

Alex Rodger




Alex heads up MOF’s detail-obsessed delivery team and is responsible for all things project management – something he thrives off. Always aiming to deliver maximum client value, Alex is all about asking (and answering) the right questions, providing strategic oversight across accounts and navigating complex situations with rigour and grace.




Out of university, Alex started his career in marketing and recruitment, moving into project delivery from there through a series of agencies. First, a London-based digital marketing agency working with the likes of ManPower and Capita where he became Head of Project Management and oversaw all delivery across both digital and brand, before moving on to Rufus Leonard (now Capgemini Frog) to work on larger, more complex projects and accounts from brand dev to digital transformation, getting experience with enterprise level platforms across a range of sectors including energy, insurance, hospitality and health and fitness.


When joining MOF, Alex was on the search for somewhere that took culture seriously; somewhere that created a brilliant space to work within rather than just weekly pub trips. In his time at the company, Alex has been a real champion of MOF’s collaborative culture as well as the niche they’re carving out in the industry. Leading a team of seven, Alex has been pivotal in countless projects including the redesign of Belmond Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, a re-platform for a leading trends intelligence agency and the Wilderness rebrand.


Outside of work, Alex’s passions include music, cooking, keeping fit, reading anything that challenges conventional wisdom and studying for his course on herpetology – which means the study of amphibians for those with their minds in the gutter.



Expert in These Subjects

  • Digital Transformation including Multi-Vendor Programmes
  • Digital Experience Design & Development
  • Sectors: Hospitality, Recruitment, Fitness/Health, Finance
  • Practical Application of Project Management Theory