Delivering Benefits



The harsh realities of the economic climate mean that there isn’t space for woolly-thinking consulting models and fancy ideas. Our case studies show how we can delight our clients, deliver better services and achieve ambitious savings all at the same time.

But benefits aren’t always just about the bottom line. They are also about how we work with you and the legacy we leave behind. We take pride in delivering client briefs to time and budget, so that you have as much certainty as possible when working with us.

We also aim to leave a legacy in client organisations through knowledge transfer of our tools, embedding learning and the co-creative engagement approaches we adopt. All of which give clients the benefit of a more resilient and confident staff team for facing future challenges.

When we contract with you we try to be clear from the outset about the benefits you want to see. Our clients experience real benefits from our approach. They get results that stick.

We help you deliver big improvements in key measures from the outset and then set the organisation on the path of continuing phased benefits. It is not unusual for clients to get more than 100% financial return on our fee.
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Case Studies

Health and Social Care

Client Work Overview
At a time of unprecedented challenge, we can help health and care organisations to transform themselves and their delivery models.

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Local Government

Client Work Overview
Keeping the focus on sustainable, resilient and healthy local communities we can help local councils to transform their approaches.

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Commercial and Industrial

Client Work Overview
Helping organisations to transform and sustainably manage the tension of being pulled in different directions by their customers, staff and shareholders.

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Not-for-Profit

Client Work Overview
Enabling not-for-profits to transform their organisation and to sustainably manage the competing needs of donors and beneficiaries.


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