Areas of Focus

Every project has different problems, different solutions and importantly, different constraints.

We find the right experts, sourced to address your problem, and teach them consulting. This means they have the thinking, intelligence and business accumen to feel confident and be competent to face the risks and deliver the best outcomes for you as safely as possible.

After we assemble the right experts, we immerse the team in your team and give advice and leadership through consultation, influence and example. This is what we mean when Kiah solves problems ‘from the inside out’.

To achieve this, we focus our engagements around these four areas.

Strategy, critical thinking and articulation

Critical thinking, options development and evaluation

Competent action demands accurate situational awareness. Develop a strategy and action plan that's worth following.

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Negotiation, persuasion, influence

Build bridges not battlefields

Battlefields form when different perspectives aren’t understood.

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Operational excellence

Executable strategies, well-executed

Effective operational management systems deliver sustainable legacies.

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Teams built for purpose

Teams built for the problem

Teams are drawn from industry and other experts. Proactive, pragmatic and a little impatient for your success.

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Featured Projects

The ultimate power in negotiation

The ultimate power in negotiation

We all have these reactions while negotiating with another party. The feeling of being out of control Feeling like the other party is berating you…

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Contract negotiation for the public sector – how to get a better outcome

Contract negotiation for the public sector – how to get a better outcome

In 2017, the federal government executed $47bn of new contracts. Negotiating a 1% reduction would have saved $470m, almost half a billion dollars. One per…

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Be more commercial they said – really?

Be more commercial they said – really?

The public sector is about spending money to deliver a social good. There is nothing commercial in that, and they shouldn’t try.

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