Optimising the performance of public and private sector organisations

Quality Thinking, Quality Outcomes
Grosvenor Public Sector Advisory

Public Sector Advisory

Optimising the delivery of programs, services and contracts

Grosvenor Property Advisory

Property Advisory

Optimising the performance of complex property portfolios

Grosvenor Procurement Advisory

Procurement Advisory

Procurement driven performance improvement

Grosvenor Performance Group is a consulting firm that specialises in public sector advisory, procurement advisory and property advisory services

Why Grosvenor?

Peter Macfarlane

Peter Macfarlane | Managing Director

With Grosvenor, you will never get a "cookie cutter" outcome because our consultants do the quality thinking at each and every stage of the project cycle as opposed to part of a predefined process.

To that end, for us quality thinking is not a process it’s a way of life and why our highest calibre people are at the coalface not in the boardroom.

We don’t have the luxury of a global brand, so we can never hide behind it – our brand is our work.

In the spirit of David and Goliath, we have the optimal power to weight ratio that gives us the ability to lift many magnitudes beyond our own weight and thereby deliver better, more affordable and innovative outcomes for our clients.

Your project is in safe hands

Over 20 years’ experience consulting to major public and private sector organisations

60% of our clients are repeat clients

Our Net Promoter Score is unsurpassed in our industry

Every client gets our MD's mobile number

Case Studies

Launching a client’s strategy into the stratosphere
Public Sector Advisory

Launching a client’s strategy into the stratosphere

Our client had already devised a strategy but needed the Grosvenor team to develop a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework (M&E Framework) for their strategy.

How a client-centric approach led to winning 3 successive bids
Property Advisory

How a client-centric approach led to winning 3 successive bids

Rather than just refreshing the contract and rolling out the same project three times, we engaged broadly and deeply, quickly and efficiently, to see how it could be refined to produce additional benefits.

Finding a suitable Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution for a NSW Government Client
Procurement Advisory

Finding a suitable Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution for a NSW Government Client

Our NSW Government client's procurement team has been on a path of renewal and continuous improvement in contract management and sourcing. This required a capability uplift across the client's procurement function, which is well underway. The client is now embarking on a project to align its sourcing and contract management processes and systems with better practice.

Insights & Resources

Six tips to help you adapt to the new program management environment
Public Sector Advisory

Six tips to help you adapt to the new program management environment

Regardless of whether you’ve just inherited a program, established something new or are trying to work out where your program fits in this new environment, we’re here to help you break it down.

Time to review your property services with Grosvenor’s Property Assessment Framework
Property Advisory

Time to review your property services with Grosvenor’s Property Assessment Framework

Let’s face it, you’re currently reviewing your property services thanks to a recent pandemic. A review and reform of services within your corporate property portfolio is either underway, under review or rushed to completion.

Dealing with supply risk: becoming a customer of choice
Procurement Advisory

Dealing with supply risk: becoming a customer of choice

Risk Reduction remains at the top of the priority list for procurement teams all across Australia in September 2021 (refer to Figure 1). Our ongoing study into how more than 400 organisations responded to the COVID induced crisis consistently shows the importance that supply risk mitigation played. Probably not very surprising, but how exactly are these organisations dealing with the supply risk? What can you learn and adopt?