In today’s complex, competitive world, people must work together to solve, invent, organize, merge and streamline with others inside, across, and between organizations. We’ve been trying since the 1970s. . . but most collaboration remains a frustrating and time-consuming ordeal.
Based on behavioral science, Nobel Prize-winning insight, and years of applied research, SchellingPoint has developed a different approach. It ensures the right people have the right conversations in the right order with the essential information and powerful techniques.
With 1/3 of the effort, a higher quality solution – that considers more ideas from more participants for full endorsement – makes the implementation faster and smoother. . . whether you’re a group of five leaders, a 50-person project team, or a 5,000-person global transformation task force.
Watch Michael Taylor’s interview on RCN TV’s business channel, Behind the Numbers. Michael discusses fundamental changes in how groups collaborate to produce stronger outcomes, faster, and with less effort for strategies, programs, policies, innovation, critical decisions, business relationships, and complex problems. Hear insights from SchellingPoint’s groundbreaking research on strategy, transformation, change, and similar initiatives – and methods replacing the 1970s era collaboration techniques with which leaders are having to operate.
Replace 1970’s era group goal-setting and problem-solving approaches with modern collaboration tools and techniques.