To solve your most complex organizational challenges, you have only two options: the traditional “hub-and-spoke” (“hire the consultants” or “strike an internal task force”) approach, or Syntegration, the revolutionary, science-based “many-to-many” algorithm that allows you to tap the full power of large groups to solve challenges with executable strategies and plans in compressed timeframes.

When you require the input of many people to solve something complex, the hub-and-spoke, consultant-centric / task-force approach is a costly mismatch. The onus is on the hub—the consulting team or task force —to interview key SMEs and stakeholders, understand them, evaluate what matters, and somehow conceive of a solution that is novel, timely, relevant, and embraced by the organization.

Interviews take time. Communications are filtered centrally through the “hub” with accuracy and context often lost. The people being interviewed rarely come into contact with one another, learn very little, and are not engaged or mobilized in the least. The only glue holding things together are the consultants or task force.  It’s an expensive, time consuming, protracted process that does not lead to integrated solutions. Even when the solution is a strong one, the hub-and-spoke approach does nothing to align and mobilize the organization, leading to lengthy persuasion campaigns and onerous change management.

hubspokeThe antiquated Hub & Spoke Approach
NOT the Syntegration Approach.

many-to-manyThe modern, scientific-based Syntegration Approach
used to solve highly complex challenges.

Underpinning Syntegration methodology is a highly complex algorithm based on the properties of spacial geometry and polyhedral constructs: with no hierarchy, no top, no bottom and no sideways, these architectures are ideal for quickly sharing knowledge, building consensus and resolving challenges through the combined intellect and creativity of large groups of people.

Syntegration tells the participants when they have to discuss what, where, and in what role. Everything else happens by itself—it’s a product of the structure. The participants feel the well-regulated and systematic flow of information, they note how the topics, controlled as if by unseen hands, become increasingly coordinated and join together to form a logical whole. And the tactile, face-to-face nature of Syntegration further differentiates the experience from the increasingly distributed character of typical organizational interactions.


Six Topic Mathematical Model


Eight Topic Mathematical Model


Twelve Topic Mathematical Model

In our accelerated world, you need an accelerated solution. Through Syntegration, you’ll have clear solutions to your most important challenges with your people highly motivated to lead, implement, and mobilize others around the resulting plan.

Syntegration is the most effective, scientific and mathematically precise way for networking large groups of people to achieve major insights, alignment and breakthroughs. The output from a Syntegration engagement includes the extensive, rich insights gained by each participant and the group, a robust solution, and a written plan of action influenced by each participant.

The plan includes the combined knowledge and interests of all participants, and has their understanding and agreement. In this way, all the essential prerequisites for effective implementation exist: the solution is a lasting, holistic one because all relevant points of view are covered, and all key people involved in its implementation understand and agree. Moreover, the solution is concrete and can be implemented immediately.  

Whether you choose to solve your challenges through Syntegration today or a decade hence, the results will be the same: you will significantly enhance and accelerate your organization’s top priorities from months or years—to mere weeks.

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