Strategic Reviews and Planning

A strategic review is a structured process to analyse the current situation and identify new value, creating opportunities within a research unit or business. We have extensive experience assisting organisations in undertaking strategic reviews and developing and implementing strategic plans.


Some examples include:


  • Evaluation of government innovation programs

      e.g. we developed the strategic plan for iLab incubator and we evaluated the teQstart venture fund

  • Facilitation of the merger of research groups and centres

      e.g. Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI, UQ)

  • Strategic reviews of research centres and institutes

      e.g. The Queensland Brain Institute (UQ)

  • Independent reviews for organisations

      e.g. Life Sciences Queensland Ltd (LSQ)

  • Interim management roles in research centres

      e.g. Compounds Australia (Griffith University)