System Reform

We help to change public systems such as child welfare, mental health, and primary health, so that they work more effectively for the people using them and more efficiently for the people running them.

We do this in three steps: (i) understanding how systems currently work; (ii) identifying strengths and opportunities for reform; and (iii) helping make changes and checking that they work better as a result.

We apply a range of tools, including system dynamics modelling.

Features of this work


Involving the people that use and deliver services


Unpacking the complexity of systems


Constructing simulation models


Drawing upon the best available data and evidence

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