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I work on projects that deliver positive impact for clients and broader stakeholders. This includes a focus on issues that require rigorous strategic analysis combined with a strong understanding of the people and information levers to deliver on the strategy. In policy, I enjoy bridging from academic research and theory to pragmatic policy implementation.
Greg brings a unique set of managerial and commercial insights. He uses his mix of economic, financial, strategic and legal skills to help clients solve complex problems. Greg has a strong record in setting organisational objectives and strategies and working with all levels of the organisation, from the board and senior management teams through to front line operations, to deliver results.
Greg assists private and public sector clients mainly in financial services, energy and government:
Greg works with senior executives and boards to develop strategies to successfully compete into the future. This includes:
Greg began his career trading equity options and oil in London and Monte Carlo. He has worked as a solicitor at Freehills and as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company.
Prior to Nous, Greg was the head of strategic development at Austrade for six years. In his last year with Austrade he was also the Chief Information Officer. He led Austrade’s client service improvement program, which raised Austrade’s client satisfaction from 77 to 88.2%, a major improvement for a 1,000 person internationally spread federal government agency. He also worked closely with Austrade’s managing director and board, putting in place programs which increased the number of companies assisted by Austrade through to a sale by 67% over three years.
Much of Greg’s work is with repeat clients who value his analytical rigor and expertise in developing pragmatic implementable strategy and that he works with them to make it happen. Greg is currently interested in ancient history, in particular the Classical Greek period, and why entities go to war when it contains the seeds of their own downfall.