Siggins Miller is an Australian company which operates domestically in all states and territories and internationally in the region.
Our core business is in health, human services, higher education, non-government and private sectors. We have 24 years of experience in collaborating with government and non-government bodies on strategy development, system design, evaluation research, services mapping, organisational development, quality improvement, stakeholder engagement and consultation and interim CEO services, and change management.
Our team includes highly skilled consultants and experts in psychology, education, and business development. We also have strong business alliances with our extensive network of expert associates in a large range of fields, including medicine, nursing, psychology, allied health, rural and remote health, epidemiology, immunology, e-health, public health, pathology, economics, health informatics, Big Data, sciences, research methods and statistics, government, workforce development, political and behavioural sciences, organisational development, change management and ethics. This approach allows us to form high quality, bespoke teams to meet the specific needs of our clients.
Siggins Miller Consultants is led by Dr Mel Miller, who founded the company with her late husband, Dr Ian Siggins, in 1997. The company continues to be guided by a desire to contribute to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities and the success of organisations.
Siggins Miller aims ‘to do good and to do well’ – that is, to work towards the support and improvement of health and human services to achieve individual, community, workforce and organisational well-being.
At the same time, through ethical and professional behaviour and hard work, we aim to do well as a company and to provide a secure learning and work environment for our staff, associates and postgraduate interns. We are committed to high quality outcomes for our clients, working with them to identify the right issues, develop strategies based on the best available knowledge and evidence, and to deliver sustainable results.
Over our 24 years of our operation, we have maintained the trust of many of Australia’s leading thinkers and academics who are happy to be associated with the quality and integrity of our work.
We also work in strong partnerships, based on mutual respect, with senior Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander colleagues, guided by best practice principles for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander research, evaluation and engagement.