Become an Implementation Genius

Did you know there is a legitimate cure for political gridlock?

Have you ever worked hard on a really important problem, come up with a valid, workable solution – a proposal that really, really is the right thing to do – only to see that proposal:

  • Become a victim of NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard!)
  • Torpedoed
  • Fall casualty to “politics”
  • Put on the back burner
  • Stopped
  • Hung up in decision-making gridlock
  • Vetoed…?

It’s one thing when a proposal that’s poorly thought-out gets hung up because of political gridlock, such as NIMBY… In our opinion that’s just fine. But it’s an entirely different thing when a proposal that’s legitimate and important gets hung up because of “politics” or NIMBY – that’s serious!

 

Political gridlock is a reality in our system.

 

That’s why effective government is not a given!

 

If you work in the public-sector, this is not really news to you. You know how difficult it is to get anything done because of “politics.” But did you know that becoming effective (i.e. proposing and implementing the right thing) is systematically attainable? In spite of “politics!” For the past 40+ years, we have been teaching everyday public-sector professionals how to transform themselves into Implementation Geniuses.

Using our systematized process, neither your discipline nor level matters. What matters is that as part of your professional mission, you are working on legitimate problems or opportunities, and the solution you are proposing is reasonable and responsible. Give us a few days and we will teach you how to get that legitimate and important work implemented, regardless of how controversial the issues related to your project may be.

You won't learn how to do more public-involvement... but how to do it differently and effectively.

 

We will teach you how to be objectives-driven rather than techniques-driven. . .

 

And, therefore, how to be effective at getting your varied publics (and specifically a project's opponents) to understand why you are making the proposal you are; as well as why it is the right thing to do in spite of its costs, drawbacks, etc.

We call this the “Systematic Development of (your publics’) Informed Consent” (SDIC).

With our training, you can master the difference between being an average ineffective bureaucrat, and being an Implementation Genius.

(Watch video explanation of what constitutes an Implementation Genius.)