Results & Case Studies

Please read some powerful Results & Case Studies here, on projects the Catalyze team of experts have successfully completed, including the story behind each and the positive impacts achieved.

  AEROSPACE, DEFENCE & SECURITY • CATALYZE FUNDING

New Zealand Defence Force Develops a Balanced and Sustainable Defence Plan

The New Zealand Ministry of Defence (MoD) sets defence policy and the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is responsible for achieving the policy aims within that budget. In practice close cooperation and planning is required to achieve those aims.

“The outcomes of that Review continue to serve us well even five years after the Review was completed.” Comment from recent meeting with the Dep CEO

 PUBLIC SECTOR • CATALYZE FUNDING

A Multi-Agency Strategy for Long-Term Sustainability

Three closely related government agencies in New Zealand, which work together to deliver interdependent objectives, were tasked by Ministers to present real options for their longterm sustainable resourcing and capability requirements – as a single ‘community’.

  PUBLIC SECTOR • CATALYZE FUNDING

Road Policing: A Shared Journey 

New Zealand Police plays a critical part in helping to make roads safer and more efficient for all road users. It does this through the effective enforcement of traffic laws including alcohol and speed regulations; by promoting good driving practices; and through road safety education.

  AAEROSPACE, DEFENCE & SECURITY • CATALYZE SOLUTION

BAE Systems and MoD specify the Royal Navy’s next generation of warships

The multi-mission Type 26 Global Combat Ship, which is due to come into service after 2020, will be used by the Royal Navy in combat and counter piracy operations and to support humanitarian and disaster relief work around the world. The Type 26 has subsequently been ordered for the Australian and Canadian defence forces.

“I am delighted the programme has been endorsed by the investment approvals committee.” Peter Luff, former Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology (20 August 2012)

  ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT • CATALYZE DECOMMISSIONING

Shell Engages Stakeholders to Inform Decommissioning Decision

The Brent field is situated 186km offshore, north-east of Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, in a water depth of 140m, and has four large platforms; Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta. The Brent field was discovered in 1971. Oil production began in 1976, and then in the 1990s Brent became predominantly a gas field but still with oil production.

Catalyze presented on decommissioning at APPEA conference in Brisbane at the end of May 2019.

  NOT-FOR-PROFIT • CATALYZE STRATEGY

Victim Support: Creating a Brighter Future

Victim Support is an independent incorporated society that provides a free 24/7 community response to help victims of crime and trauma in New Zealand. It is focused on being there for victims and ensuring that victims feel empowered and restored.

It is widely known for its work with Victims following the tragic 15 March 2019 Mosque attack in Christchurch, New Zealand.