Nexus Management Consulting has over 20 years experience helping government and community organisations change for the better.
From planning, implementation and evaluation, to training, policy development and group facilitation, there’s not much Nexus can’t do to help organisations have the greatest social impact.
What makes Nexus different?
We have worked in the public and community sectors and have a deep understanding of and respect for their work. We work with our clients every step of the way, focusing on collaboration to find the best ideas. We use practical, plain English approaches for planning and evaluating results. We help organisations make the most difference.
Greg Masters and the team
Greg Masters is the Director of Nexus and has more than 25 years’ experience consulting to government and community sectors. He always brings a straightforward approach. An engaging and energetic facilitator, Greg specialises in strategic planning, program evaluation and management review to help organisations change for the better. Greg holds an honours degree in psychology and a master’s degree in public management and prior to establishing Nexus in 1996, held a number of senior management and executive positions in NSW Government agencies.
Ashley Pennington is the principal of Zyhber Business Solutions and for over ten years has provided executive support to Nexus, including desktop publishing, client liaison, research and data analysis. Prior to establishing ZBS, Ashley worked in various roles in the training and management consulting industries – including finance & information manager, executive assistant and office manager. She holds a Bachelor of Business in marketing and management.
We might be small but we can pull together teams with just the right mix of skills for the job! Nexus has relationships with a range of small consulting firms so that we can build experienced teams comprising specialists required for each assignment – be it statistical analysis, marketing, accounting, IT review, graphic design or facilitation!