Our clients come from diverse industries and face a variety of challenges.
Right Lane partnered with Bowness Family Foundation to provide research and guidance to inform its investments in the Disability & Communication space. Right Lane conducted targeted research to understand the opportunities for high-impact investment in supporting individuals affected by communication disorders in Australia.Read More
Fight Cancer Foundation engaged Right Lane to help build alignment among Board members on the organisation’s strategic direction. Right Lane helped FCF to articulate the organisation’s unique value proposition and prioritise organisational sustainability in their strategy, and to outline goals and initiatives that would contribute to the strategy.Read More
Right Lane worked closely with SV to connect Victorian public sector stakeholders to better understand the level of food waste knowledge and breadth of initiatives being undertaken across the Victorian Public Service. In doing so, we were able to elicit different perspectives, challenges and opportunities for reducing food waste.Read More
Right Lane worked with the Murray River Council executive team to draft their Community Strategic Plan 2021 – 2031 Blueprint, utilising an inclusive strategic thinking and planning process with the executive team to understand the key trends that will impact the community in the future and develop a draft strategy to proactively lead the community into the future.Read More
Right Lane facilitated a series of stakeholder workshops to identify opportunities for local government business transformation, enabled through digital means. The project culminated in sector-wide opportunities, pathways and initiatives to improve community outcomes.Read More
Right Lane worked alongside the Office senior team in their first formal strategic planning process. The focus was to determine the longer term strategic aspirations and develop the five year strategic plan to guide the Office through its next and expanded phase of operations.Read More