Collaborations & Partnerships

Strategic Partnerships

Reduce costs and increase business prospects with the right strategic partnerships

Genuine, respectful partnerships form the cornerstone of many successful organisations. The challenge lies in bringing together complementary strengths without undue transactional costs.

With extensive experience in assisting government, private and not-for-profit partners strengthen their collaboration arrangements, we’ve seen our clients flourish after devising and implementing the right structure. From consortia and partnerships through to integrated service delivery, we’ve helped partners develop contemporary human services structures that add significant value to their business.

  • Benefits analysis and partnership strategy development
  • Service delivery collaboration arrangements
  • Diverse service and strategy development, including:
    • Tailored agreements or Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs)
    • Manuals for robust partnership practice
    • Implementation and management strategies, and
    • One-off or annual monitoring and evaluation methods.

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Community Services Provider

Ross provided clear project governance and management through an ongoing consultative process with our senior management. Their project management is inclusive and fosters trust.

OOHC and Disability Services Provider

Their recommendations, from a review of our services, were supported by sound research that allowed reliable decision making.

OOHC and Disability Services Provider

Strong policy analysis and deep knowledge of the service system.

NSW Government Policy Unit

The strategic planning led by Ross Beaton was an essential component of the success of our services – exceeding all targets.

Community Housing & Homelessness Services Provider

These are the best tenders we have ever done.

Mental Health Provider

Excellent stakeholder management – for government, non-government and peak body stakeholders.

NSW Government Policy Unit