Syntegration is a revolutionary method which is derived from the theories of applied cybernetics and management science.
Syntegration is a method which has remarkable capacities: It works fast, creates optimal participation, alignment and attunement; makes agility really work; dissolves conflict, creates consensus, is applicable to every complex challenge; unleashes intelligence and creativity; prevents fear of change and resistance; ignites sustainable change processes and strengthens institutional leadership.
For the most complex challenge currently faced, up to 42 key people develop solutions for the twelve most important sub-topics within 3-4 days. To that end, they determine roughly 40 key measures to be implemented.
This way, participants develop creative solutions, maximum consensus, the spirit for change, and the drive to implement by utilising, in a self-organising manner, all the knowledge available, all the creativity and brains, and by unleashing lots of human energy. That, in turn, strengthens the action power of management exponentially.
Contrary to well-established round-tables, fora, congresses, and the like, the Syntegration methodology makes large audiences as effective as small teams. Thanks to the innovative network logic of the communication structure, all information available flows among people in a self-regulated way and is spread over time throughout the entire system. Instead of good intentions and vague next steps, it generates apt action recommendations, road maps, strategy papers – depending on the requirements set beforehand – that represent the collective work of all participants. By delivering results that enjoy maximum consensus, the Syntegration also speeds up implementation.
Next to these practical results a strong willingness to act and an intense sense of elation for the work ahead amongst the participants and resides with them long after the Syntegration is completed. They become agents of change and carry on the message throughout their respective networks, engaging more people, gaining broader support, and further enhancing implementation. Conflicts get resolved, different interests are harmonised, insights and changed world views generate solutions on a higher level of optimisation.