About Us

P2 Consulting was started by a group of award winning consultants who recognised the opportunity to build a global consultancy firm that had clients’ needs at its heart. We understand the challenges clients face – the pace of globalisation, technology change and increasing regulation – and the pressure they are under to respond to these changes rapidly and efficiently.

What We Do

We work on some of the largest transformation programmes in the corporate world and the public sector. Partnering closely with our clients, we help them deliver successful business change. Our reputation as a consultancy is built on excellence in portfolio and programme management, business architecture and design, testing and quality assurance and implementation.


Understanding the challenges that keep our clients awake at night is essential. In this section we demonstrate our expertise at solving your problems. We have deep insight into the business and technology issues facing all sectors.

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Are you looking to join a company where a challenge is welcomed, change is anticipated, and expertise is expected? Then have a look at our job listing and please get in touch.

Success Stories

We’ve worked with clients across a range of sectors and gained excellent results – but don’t just take our word for it. Have a browse through some of the work we’ve done.

How Invisible Data Helps Us Deliver Better Projects and Programmes

A first in a series of White Papers from
Yoav Gordon, Principal Consultant
at P2 Consulting


Gone are the days where computers filled rooms, and astronauts were shot into space with handwritten calculations, slide rules and protractors. Our ability to collect big data, process and analyse it would have shocked our grandparents as would the predictive capability of AI to make faster and at times better decisions than humans.

However, the forces that drive data analytics which help us build our businesses, fly our aircraft devise new medicines and run programmes of work, often ignore the data that is simply not there – that which did not survive or has not been included.

This paper will look at the principle of ‘survivorship bias’, an innovative form of statistical analysis, which shows how we can apply unknown or invisible data to address business problems, and in turn run more successful projects and programmes. Later papers will look in greater depth at how application of these principlas may drive better programme delivery.

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