Samuel Rose is sought out by executives at world-leading healthcare providers, universities, and central government, to address their most complex strategic and performance challenges.
He has extensive experience across both public and private sectors, including: life sciences, healthcare, education, transport, defence, and international aid. His expertise includes strategy development; significant transactions and mergers; organisational design and stand-up; financing strategies, and performance improvement.
Samuel’s outcome-focused approach is based upon a deep understanding of organisational drivers, a clear grasp of the specific goals and nuances, bringing these together to deliver significant impact for clients. He leverages internal expertise and best-in-class practice to support and stretch organisations to reach new levels of performance. His teams work closely alongside clients, building capability in organisations to ensure long-term ownership and sustainability.
Recent work Samuel has led includes:
- Developing a £1.6 billion partnership proposition to improve access to health services for over 15 million people through an innovative model of care, endorsed by world-leading clinicians and researchers;
- Developing an operating model and business case for an integrated, digitally-enabled research hospital, to successfully attract £100m of funding;
- Transforming urgent care performance at a healthcare provider in special measures, delivering a 10% improvement in 4-hour A&E performance standard compliance.
Samuel has built significant board experience at non-governmental organisations, both on boards, and supporting CEOs and chairs to develop and implement successful growth strategies, build organisational robustness and respond to challenging and competitive markets.
As part of the 2020 Leadership Team, Samuel provides financial and accounting expertise to the Finance, Risk and Operational Planning committee and takes an active role in developing 2020 Delivery’s consultant talent.
Samuel is a Chartered Accountant with a background in financial assurance. He has a first class master’s degree from the University of Bristol and his master’s thesis evaluating the performance of schools’ systems was published in the Oxford Review of Education.