RTK Ltd provides business analytics for both the private and public sector. Our team of experts work with both local, national and international organizations. We use our specialist sector knowledge to deliver the right decision support to the right people at the right time.
We have a network of senior associates with extensive practical experience of local and national government, social policy, the voluntary sector and academic research. Members of the RTK team, each with their own unique area of expertise, have years of practical knowledge in delivering research, analysis and consultancy in the private and public sectors. The RTK team has unparalleled experience and expertise in providing and communicating high quality analysis for practitioner audiences.
Tony has been evaluating social policy across all areas of government including education, criminal justice, and health for over 30 years. A Chartered Psychologist and former academic researcher, Tony has published widely. He is currently the Chair of a national charity (The Reasons Why Foundation), a member of the Board at the Centre for Evidence Based Management, is an Associate of the Alliance for Useful Evidence, has chaired local authority partnerships, and has spent many years as a school governor.
Prior to moving into business, Tony spent seven years as a senior civil servant. As an Assistant Director of Research, Development and Statistics, at the Home Office, and later the Ministry of Justice, his role was to advise government ministers and senior colleagues on the effective monitoring and delivery of policy. He worked extensively with local and national stakeholders to deliver policy objectives. As part of Sure Start, he developed and delivered a national quality assurance scheme for the Department for Education.
In 2009 Tony joined the Matrix Knowledge Group to start a company providing policy research and advice. Clients came from both the private and public sectors, including local and national government, and the third sector.
Tony left Matrix in 2012 for the RTK.