NORTH STAR STRATEGIES OFFERS AN INNOVATIVE, EASY-TO-USE, AND PROVEN PLANNING METHOD FOR LEADERS IN STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.
Effectively achieve measurable outcomes with limited resources!
The federal government is driving toward evidence-based policies and measurable outcomes.
Simultaneously both state and federal resources are increasingly limited. As a result government agencies are required to find new approaches to serve their customers.
In this current environment many leaders are frustrated by:
– Missed targets
– Resistance to change
– Ineffective processes
– Poor communication
– Internal conflict
Our proprietary SchellingPoint Method has been used by hundreds of groups to address these challenges. North Star Strategies facilitates government groups using this method, enabling them to create positive change!
The amazing consensus-building IT tool quickly and effectively brought our broad, multi-stakeholder group to consensus on a large number of tricky issues. And we were able to see vividly and graphically where there was strong disagreement, strong agreement, and where it only appeared that there was disagreement when people were getting tripped up on wording or the framing of the questions.
-Stephan Sylvan, White House Representative Council on Environmental Quality
WHAT IS THE SCHELLINGPOINT METHOD?
The SchellingPoint method employs an anonymous, online process which surfaces honest and insightful information in remarkably little time. Revolutionary computer software, internet accessibility and proven communication theory result in comprehensive data and analysis. We then provide expert facilitation to enable your leaders to discern the most effective ways to achieve your mission.
- Top 5 to 10 activities that will have the greatest impact.
- Pinpointed knowledge of where the leadership can make immediate changes.
- Unique insight into areas that will meet resistance – and guidance on how to respond.
- Best practices and anonymous responses for an ongoing dialogue on issues of importance.
- An understanding among the leaders of where you are at consensus, where you differ, and why.
See more in our brochure.