Category Archives: Case Studies

Our purpose at work – serving organisations that do good

Helping organisations that do good do better is central to our management consulting practice. The work we do with for-profit and not-for-profit organisations that play a constructive role in creating a better world is above all else why we come to work and what gives us meaning and fulfilment in our professional lives.

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Ideation in the real world

This ideation case study puts the spotlight on the work Right Lane did with the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV) to reimagine the Royal Melbourne Show.

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Case study: Workshop facilitation

Case Study: Right Lane helped develop a new strategy for a United Nations initiative. The assistance included the design and facilitation of a series of three-day workshops in Durban and Melbourne in 2011 and 2012.

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Case study: Growth

With super funds member growth rates declining, this not-for-profit fund asked Right Lane to evaluate its future growth options.

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Case study: Strategy Review

See how Right Lane helps its private, not-for-profit & public sector clients with strategy development, strategic planning and strategy review processes.

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Case study: from charity to collective impact

Giselle Diego and Stephanie Exton – June 2014
Collective impact is a framework used by philanthropic foundations to address social problems. Right Lane worked with George Hicks Foundation to develop their new strategy to enable them to have the kind of impact it always set out to have.

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Changing for the better

Dr Marc Levy – May 2013
In 2011, Right Lane became a ‘for-benefit’ enterprise, reflecting formally what the firm had been doing
informally for some years in trying to create an ethical consulting practice.

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