• Renier Oosthuizen

Co-ordinating Complexity and Prioritising Spatial and Socio-Economic Need by Talking Transformation

How the public sector spends its money is increasingly being scrutinised by the public and private sectors alike.

Limited funds, flatlined economy, austerity: increasingly there’s a need to do more with less and demonstrate tangible value for money and impact within our communities. To achieve this, and to address the complexity and the variables impacting on decision-making requires institutional co-ordination, inter-disciplinary approaches and inter-governmental cooperation. It means a collective effort with the limited funds at hand to achieve the transformation of our landscapes, maximise service delivery and maintain the economic foundations of the cities and country.

Novus3 have a wealth of experience in developing methods and tools to support decision-making, assist the technical and political prioritisation processes and to demonstrate the spatial and socio-economic impacts of public spending.

Our expertise and insights are derived from almost two decades of service, understanding and developing approaches to support these challenges.

Our insights and approaches have served a diversity of clients including Development Finance Institutions (DFIs), a number of Metros, National Departments and SOEs.

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