Have you ever wished for a planning process that can quickly get to the core issues that matter most to your organization? ASK MATT is a fresh, revolutionary approach to planning that engages teams in a fun process while solving many of the problems that trip up traditional planning approaches.

ASK MATT can quickly

  • Model your organization using our novel knowledge mapping process
  • Create perspective and build consensus needed by busy leadership teams
  • Identify important processes that drive success
  • Uncover important key performance measures and target values
  • Establish goals and action plans based on facts, not emotions

ASK MATT works in any organization and has successfully helped

  • Mid-sized law firm
  • IT services company
  • Restaurant and catering group
  • Planned Parenthood office in Texas
  • Professional consortium in California
  • Community service organization in Israel
  • Faith-based community organization in Colorado
  • Multi-sector energy coalition in the Pacific Northwest

ASK MATT Solution

Based on one great idea and a decade of research by award winning scholars, ASK MATT provides a fresh, fun, and collaborative approach to challenge of creating useful strategic plans and consistent follow through.

Gathered around a table, each person adds their understanding to a map. The scoring system ensures that the shared understanding is greater than the sum of its parts. The map provides a guide for more effective problem solving and decision making with tradeoffs, options, and important leverage points to help your organization get the most results for the least effort.

Strategic Planning 3.0 Whitepaper

Every leader has a sense of purpose — an inner drive to support the success of the mission — whether it is a non-profit, community collaboration, or private firm. A good leader also has a sense of adventure, balanced by sound judgment. To be successful, a leader needs a good “map.” A map is a critical tool to help a business leader find out:

  • Where she is (the business environment)
  • Where she is trying to go (goals and objectives)
  • How best to get there (what action is required)
  • How to avoid dangerous terrain (what market activities might be predicted) 

Without a good map, the firm may be led into a quagmire — or worse...  

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