Where Ideas Meet Execution.



MIT is working hard to be one of Australia’s leading management consulting firms. We work with change-oriented business leaders to help them make better decisions, convert those decisions to actions and deliver the sustainable success they desire. We advise executives on their most critical issues and opportunities: strategy, artificial intelligence, marketing, management, information technology, digital transformation, analytics, sustainability, finance and mergers & acquisitions, across all industries.

Our Manifesto


We are passionate about innovative businesses, compelled by its promise of accelerating human potential. We’re fiercely optimistic about the future, because we’re helping create it. With teams of business experts across a range of specialisations working across Australia, MIT aims to be the frictionless switch between today and tomorrow, working with clients to close the distance between what they imagine possible and its realisation.


We are the builders at the intersection of every business movement. Our mission is to co-create the future with people who share our courage, our desire to explore and embrace the possibilities of change. We challenge ourselves to propel ideas forward with higher quality at increased speed. Working together, we help clients imagine, confidently build, and sustain a technology-driven enterprise that will set them apart.

Our Principles


1. We Attract and grow the best talent – based on potential not pedigree.

2. We shape our work to provide the most value to clients.

3. We locate our teams in proximity to where the work gets done.

4. We deliver with the highest quality and speed on every project, every time.

5. We always are the truth tellers no matter how difficult.

6. We open source our thinking and methods to ignite a broader movement.

7. We let the outcome drive the technology– not the other way around.

8. We believe that People always come first.

9. We make working with us simple and easy in every way.

10. We take on customers, not projects.