Nahid Alaei (Ms) is the director and founder of StepChange Business Solutions Ltd and StepChange Procurement Solutions Ltd. Nahid Alaei is a business executive and public services consultant. She founded StepChange Procurement Solutions Ltd in July 2013. Her work and business aims to deliver public services through public private partnership and an advisory approach.
She has worked with UK national and local bodies since 2000. She worked with a number of local authorities including Croydon Council and Lambeth Council, supporting, enabling and delivery portfolios of social care and health, and integrated care services.
StepChange Business Solutions Ltd and StepChange Procurement Solutions Ltd specialise in providing Public Services, Social Care and Health Change Management, Procurement Services, Market Management, and general management consultancy services and advice to the public sector. They primarily work alongside with Central and Local Government and Health. They also work with charities, and not-for-profit organisations in the UK and Europe.
- Transformation & Procurement Consulting
- Procurement Transformation
- Organisational and Business Change Management
- Market & Supply Chain Management
- Cross Sector - Multi Partner Commissioning
- Business Management Entrepreneur
- Local Government
- Government Administration
- Social Care and Health
- Mentoring and Coaching
- Leadership and Management
- Program and Portfolio Management Read More....
* StepChange Procurement Solutions is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded the winner @CorpLiveWire Innovation & Excellence Award in the category "Botique Management Consultancy Companies 2020 London". Congratulations to our small and hard working team!?
* Proud to confirm that Stepchange Procurement Solutions Ltd has been awarded: Best Public Administration Management Consultancy 2019 - London
Articles by Nahid
The last few years the Chancellor has talked to the nation and public services about devolution of power to Northern Power Houses, there is now a stronger debate on devolution of power supported by Devolution Bill.