Skotte Group

Our Track Record

Skotte Group was formed in February 2022. Our two business owners, Jesper and Mark have together built up a highly impressive portfolio of experience across a diverse range of sectors and clients. Some highlights include:


Program Leadership: Program Director for the Queensland Quarantine Facilities Program delivering a highly complex and challenging infrastructure program from inception to opening in under 6 months.

Program Leadership: Program Director of the A$2bn Sunshine Coast University Hospital program.

Business Cases: Delivery of the Business Case for the redevelopment of the Herston Campus and STARS facility at the old Children’s Hospital site with the program now under delivery.

Commercial and Infrastructure Advice: Over many years provision of advisory services to Queensland Treasury, Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, Queensland Health, Queensland Treasury, Education Queensland, Department of Natural Resources and Mines and support to numerous Hospital and Health Services.

Contract management: Assisting a major UK NHS Board in addressing concerns over the performance of a flagship PFI hospital services contract.

Operational Turnaround: Program Director for a series of operational and financial transformation programs in the UK Health Sector including at NHS Medway, NHS Tayside and NHS Highland and provision of advice to the Scottish Government on system-wide transformation support models.

Covid Response: Support to UK NHS (Test and Trace) and NHS Boards in Scotland on Covid response, PMO mobilisation and pandemic response governance models.

Policy Development and Delivery: Advice on the Early Years Expansion Programme, establishing programme management office, programme governance framework and supporting feasibility assessments and consultation for the doubling of early years education in Scotland a flagship policy of the Government.

Technology transformation: Programme leadership of the NHS 24’s Operational Improvement Programme, with specific focus on the successful implementation of a new SAP based call-centre technology system.


Covid-19 supply chain: Leading the Queensland Health supply chain response to COVID-19 to ensure that adequate pandemic stock was available at the outset of COVID-19 and during the Omicron outbreak.

Quarantine: Establishing the policy response to quarantine and isolation within the second largest state in Australia, including the governance model supporting the cross-government response, the delivery of purpose-built infrastructure and the development of an over-arching end to end management model across the state.

Service contestability: Leading policy design and implementation for commissioning and contesting government services in Queensland and NSW.

Operational Turnaround: Rapid turnaround of Enterprise Resource Planning and rostering programs in distress in the largest organisations across the Queensland and New South Wales Governments.

Strategy development: Including the National Digital Health Strategy, Southeast Queensland Infrastructure Plan and Program, Queensland Government Critical Reserve, and more.

Procurement: Procurement insights, analytics, and reform in Queensland and New South Wales Governments.

Organisational restructure: Organisational reviews, restructure and functional assessments.