Managing Director & Senior Partner
Chloë Flutter is a core member of The Boston Consulting Group’s People & Organization and Public Sector practices in Australia and New Zealand. Since joining BCG in 2004, Chloë has worked with numerous clients in the public sector across a broad range of sectors, including health, electricity, transportation, social services, and education. She has extensive experience leading major change projects, particularly in state-owned enterprises.
Chloë’s experience in large-scale change projects in the public sector includes leading the transformation of a government-owned electricity utility, developing the transformation strategy for a government-owned education business, working with the New South Wales Treasury to implement a savings program of more than $10 billion, and supporting NSW Health to design the process and resources needs to deliver more efficiency initiatives designed to save more than $1 billion across 14 devolved local health districts. She has also supported a major Australian bank in the replacement of its core banking IT infrastructure and supported a not-for-profit hospital group in designing a clinical information and technology strategy.
Chloë is a member of the Board of Swimming Australia. Prior to joining BCG, she worked for the United Nations, as well as the international humanitarian organization Right to Play in Sydney and New York.
Companies in Australia invest both time and money in diversity initiatives, yet most employees in diverse groups—women, ethnically diverse individuals, and LGBTQ+ employees—say they have not benefited. A key problem: the leaders at most organisations don’t understand the real-world obstacles that diverse employees face. These companies can start making real progress once they focus on the initiatives that diverse employees themselves say are effective. New BCG analysis, based on a comprehensive worldwide survey, shows how.