“Business can be much like war, never more so in times of uncertainty”
Fusing the military expertise in leadership, decision-making and agile execution to drive client change agendas.
Our methodology enables organisations to act decisively and with precision at all levels, and to pivot faster than the competition.
Read the full article here: “Mission Purposing Organisations Through Crisis”
Set up in 2019 to combine the partners’ corporate and consultancy experience with their backgrounds in military leadership decision making, planning and execution. Enhanced by research with fifty FTSE/Fortune companies and behavioural science input, this unique approach:
A unique framework methodology of principles, core process and tools used to:
No plan survives first contact with reality of uncertainty
MECCAR suits fast changing tech, regulatory and disruption environments.
It is ideally suited to new ways of working
To lead a positive change in the approach to leadership, decision-making and help clients deliver agile transition execution.
Thank you to HEROPRENEURS for hosting an excellent Webinar last week for their start-up community. Stuart Tootal spoke on ‘Mission Purposing Start-Ups Through and Beyond the COVID-19 Crisis.’ Using his time commanding the first UK Battlegroup in Afghanistan in 2006 (3 PARA) as a reference, he explains how in situations where pressure and stakes are […]Read more
Problem-solving in complex and high-pressure situations is routine business in the Army. The Estimate, a logical and agile decision-making formula, is used to enable effective action in uncertainty. The lack of similar codified processes in the commercial world is surprising; especially in the advent of COVID-19. Having used the process in deciding to leave the […]Read more
Covid-19 – Mission Purposing Organisations Through the Crisis – Thought Bite on Agile Decision-Making ‘An auditable methodology – generating pace, precision, appropriate responses to rapidly evolving situations; getting ahead of the competition and withstanding scrutiny.’ Deciding where the balance of risk lies between the nation’s health and wealth is a big call. Bound in the […]Read more