A strategy is only as good as the action that results. The process of producing a strategy must secure ownership of an issue and an agreed approach to addressing it.
We use qualitative and quantitative evidence to generate new insights and pinpoint strategic choices that enable change on the ground. We facilitate conversations that use those insights to challenge assumptions and build a new consensus.
We understand how to translate a compelling vision into strategic goals and actions to achieve them.
Much of our strategy development work is on economic growth, skills and employment. We have also applied our approach in other areas, including libraries, arts and cultural services and health and wellbeing.
Examples of our work include: