Gerald Hogg

Complex Contract monitoring model generates 5X ROI in 1st year

Situation: Last year we were told by a finance director for one of our repeat clients in the Insurance industry that they were in the process of negotiation a multi-million, multi-year IT outsource deal with one of the leading global Systems Integrators in the insurance sector. There was an overall contract envelope value agreed in principle however, as in any negotiation… Read more →

Evidence-led transformation in healthcare services

We have recently been involved in helping to design transformational change in how healthcare services are provided to the elderly in the UK.   Population growth and increasing acuity of elderly patients is driving up costs of care at an unsustainable rate. For a healthcare services client we stood up a health analytics practice with the aim of enabling evidence-based… Read more →

SDSR 2015 Outcomes validate planning assumptions, scenarios prepared for key client

Earlier this year we were engaged by a leading Global company with significant presence in the UK Defence and wider government markets was concerned with the likely outcomes of the SDSR 2015. They had many ongoing programmes, and feared that 2015 might produce a similar result to SDSR 2010. They wished to have an evidence-based view of the likely outcomes in order to consider action plans before during and after SDSR.

We designed and built a tailored decision tool which mimicked how the MoD Commands (and HO) would ‘trade’ based on key decision drivers and potential alternative scenarios of how SDSR 2015 would unfold.   Our Leveraging our extended team each with deep understanding of various MoD domains, we developed a holistic set of ‘tradable’ items, from across the commands, and across budget lines (Capital, resource and Infrastructure). Each item was weighted against each decision criterion, to give each item an overall ‘risk’ score which changed dynamically as the prevailing SDSR scenario changed.

Much of our analysis and decision insights have been validated by SDSR 2015 outcomes, including areas of increased investment and de-investment driven by the shifting nature of threat.

Our client was able to target specific programmes at risk, and specific areas of opportunity anticipated to arise out of SDSR 2015.

If you would like to understand how this unique trade craft can be applied to your strategic and planning challenges please get in touch with as at