The founders and staff of management consulting business, The Terrace Initiative, will join Deloitte’s human capital consulting practice on 1 May.

The Terrace Initiative specialises in helping clients take charge of change programs using data and technology, using their own proprietary tools and Transformation Sciences methodology via an in-house software platform, called Alchymy, a digital portal that provides leaders with valuable insights about change initiatives via personalised dashboards.

Joint CEOs of The Terrace Initiative, Melissa Bell and Corrie Scheepers, will join Deloitte as partners in Perth, to head up a new leader-led change team (part of Deloitte Consulting’s Organisation Transformation practice).

The Terrace Initiative’s 49 staff will also join Deloitte offices in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, as well as Cape Town, South Africa.

“The digital age is driving organisational change at an unprecedented rate. Managing the human aspects of these changes is incredibly complex and generates large amounts of data that has traditionally been hard to capture and interpret,” said Kaylene O’Brien, Deloitte Managing Partner Consulting.

“The Terrace Initiative team bring unique and sought-after expertise to further strengthen our market-leading Human Capital practice. I am particularly excited about the mining and transport expertise they will bring to our Human Capital teams in Perth and Brisbane.”

Incoming Deloitte Human Capital partner and Joint CEO of The Terrace Initiative, Corrie Scheepers, said Deloitte’s gloabl scale will help accelerate the company’s growth plans.

“Together, we can help organisations and change program leaders be ‘future confident’ and harness their own data and internal leadership capability to deliver transformation with speed and certainty,” Scheepers said.

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