We work with leaders in the private, public and community sectors on issues that have a substantial positive influence on people’s lives.
With our broad consulting capability and large international network, we can solve your most complex strategic challenges and partner with you through transformational change.
Having worked in private, public and third sector organisations in policy, operations and digital, Katharine brings a varied background and a fresh perspective. She is a skilled facilitator, negotiator and strategist able to rapidly understand new problems and connect people. She uses these skills to build strategic frameworks for decision-making and deliver solutions that achieve buy-in from key stakeholders.
For the past 20 years, Julie has focused on the education sector in the UK and internationally. Julie was previously global education lead at Deloitte, a practice she set up and built. As a partner at strategy firm Cairneagle, Julie worked for businesses operating in the education market across the globe.
Phil specialises in strategy development and execution, preparing robust business cases to aid good decision-making, and designing new customer-centred service delivery models.
With more than eight years' experience in the higher education, health, and non-profit sectors, he brings a thoughtful and rigorous approach that allows him to deliver strong outcomes for clients. Minto is a committed researcher-practitioner and has written extensively on public policy issues, particularly in relation to higher education across Australia, the UK and India.
Action that matters on racial equity
With calls for racial equity are growing stronger, we work with organisations to achieve lasting change by understanding the challenges of inequities, whether due to race or other factors, and handle them with the utmost sensitivity.
Nous Group Study of Higher Education Professional Services Leaders 2023
The report, Closing the divide, explores the main challenges, priorities, and critical enablers to driving whole-of-university change. It makes clear that today’s leaders are operating in a complex world full of contradictions: the need to make big capital investments while operating deficits loom.
A bigger idea of success: What this means for us and our clients