The UK office of award-winning management consultancy Nous Group continues to grow, with the appointment of Peter Horne, a former senior civil servant, to the leadership team.
Peter brings to the role leadership and consulting experience across the public, private and voluntary sectors at executive and board level. Peter started his career with Unilever, and subsequently became a senior civil servant in the UK’s Cabinet Office and worked as a consultant with an organisation design consultancy.
Tim Orton, the founder and managing director of Nous Group, welcomed Peter to the consultancy’s growing ranks of more than 400 staff across the UK and Australia.
“Peter is a talented and experienced advisor, so we are thrilled we can offer Nous clients in the UK access to his thinking,” Tim said. “In private and public sectors roles, Peter has already shaped the fortunes of many vital British organisations, and we look forward to him continuing to do so at Nous.
“Increasing numbers of clients in the UK are turning to Nous as their trusted advisors, so we are pleased to expand our team to meet their needs. We look forward to more big announcements about our growing presence in the UK soon.”
Peter, who started at Nous on May 13, said he was excited to join the organisation.
“I am delighted to be joining the UK leadership team of Nous Group, with a focus on the public sector,” he said. “It is great to be part of the rapidly growing team with their breadth and depth of expertise. I look helping clients across central government, regulators and the NHS grapple with some of their most complex problems.”
Peter started his career with five years in supply chain management with Unilever, working in both operational and head office roles. He subsequently became a senior civil servant in the UK’s Cabinet Office and Department for Business.
Peter also spent five years as a consultant working independently and with an expert organisation design consultancy. His clients included the Football Association, the Home Office, the Financial Conduct Authority, the British Heart Foundation, HS2, Centrica and a leading Asset Management firm. Peter has served as a charity trustee with Getting on Board for six years and the Lightyear Foundation for five.
Peter holds a Bachelor of Science (Physics with French) from the University of Nottingham and l'Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse (INSA). He is a chartered engineer, a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and speaks fluent French.