We are an international management consultancy
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.
Using a theory of change to evaluate regulation of services
Our WorkUsing a Project Management Office to deliver a multi-agency change on a tight deadline Local solutions improve planning approvals in Australia
InsightsGoverning through uncertainty: Designing the right regulation For regulators, good outcomes hinge on a strong regulatory culture
Supporting Coventry University’s strategy amid the pandemic
Our WorkSustainability strategy helps a Russell Group university cut its environmental impact A new employability roadmap is helping a university’s graduates to find work
InsightsHow can universities deliver an outstanding student experience? Reducing your carbon footprint? Start with shifting your culture.
Strategic guidance for a government department’s COVID-19 response
Our WorkSupporting Health Education England to build perinatal workforce capability Evaluation of a mental health and wellbeing network for a London borough
InsightsFor public sector organisations looking to improve efficiency, start with the data For regulators, good outcomes hinge on a strong regulatory culture
Sophisticated economic modelling shows the net benefit of physiotherapy
Our WorkUsing a theory of change to evaluate regulation of services Measuring the economic impact of regional universities
InsightsSmoothing paths: The next generation in industry and innovation policy University as connector: How universities can align industry needs and student demands using data
Using a Project Management Office to deliver a multi-agency change on a tight deadline
Our WorkShifting an accounting association’s culture to deliver on its strategy Strengthening a UK university’s digital capabilities to deliver its strategy
InsightsBusiness improvement programs that deliver a 10-fold return? Here’s how it can happen. What’s next for international higher education?
Organisational design to support rapid growth in a UK Government department
Our WorkA new operating model positions a Canadian not-for-profit organisation for growth A new employability roadmap is helping a university’s graduates to find work
InsightsA data maturity assessment: What to do and what to avoid Unlocking effective public sector leadership in Northern Ireland
Supporting Health Education England to build perinatal workforce capability
Our WorkScenario testing helps UK agencies prepare for complex incidents Delving deeper and aiming higher: joining up efforts for student mental health in the UK
InsightsInvesting in leadership development? Without a leader assessment first, your efforts may be wasted The four capabilities every leader needs to adapt to rapid change
Analysing labour market data to support RMIT’s course development
Our WorkData analysis helps the New South Wales Department of Industry to map modern career paths Helping a statutory body modernise its ICT
InsightsNow A-level results are out, what are the recruitment lessons for universities? Is a data strategy still useful in the public sector?
Strengthening a UK university’s digital capabilities to deliver its strategy
Our WorkHelping a statutory body modernise its ICT A new digital strategy transforms the student experience at a UK university
InsightsDemystifying digital: Understanding the impact of digital transformation for universities The five conversations you need to have about data
Sprint approach helps a research-intensive UK university break through barriers to change
Our WorkTransforming student admissions to reduce processing time while maintaining quality Helping a health and social care system connect with BAME communities
InsightsDesign for people who are systematically overlooked, and you will have designed for everyone Elevating student voice in higher education: Five strategies for turning good intentions into good outcomes
Julie has worked in industry, government and the public sector for almost 30 years. She has helped public sector organisations to translate, respond to and adapt to policy reform and to transform services to citizens.
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.
Abigail has extensive public and private sector experience, across Australia, Europe and Asia, delivering projects that focus on improved engagement, inclusion and service of a diversity of employees, customers and communities.
This includes service and operating model design, regulatory review, evaluation, implementation planning and delivery, in addition to other work. With nearly 20 years of delivery experience, Abby is a highly skilled program manager, having led the delivery of high value, complex and influential programs and projects.
Darren has worked in education, government and the public sector for over 25 years.
He draws on a wide range of knowledge and experience to design, develop and deliver customer-centric digital solutions that deliver long-lasting change. He is passionate about education and public service transformation and has led strategy development for government departments in the UK and abroad.
Simon is an experienced project director with expertise in strategy development and implementation, business planning, stakeholder engagement, organisational design, public policy and higher education.
Simon is also a highly skilled facilitator with a track record of leading significant (and sometimes sensitive) meetings and workshops with senior participants, in diverse formats, and ensuring effective outcomes are delivered.
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.
95 Nousers and Cubanites take the next step in their careers
Nous Group is thrilled to announce the promotion of 95 team members across our network in the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada.