Has a client ever said, "we need you to help us innovate", or “our customers are men and women, 16-65, mixed interest, low to high income with varied interests across the country, we need more”? The N2D Method provides a consulting decision-making framework that cuts through the grey areas and competing client priorities to align key stakeholders behind a clear and agreed roadmap or set of priorities to tackle. Thank you Subsector!

Paul Davis, Co-Founder, Konekt Group

We use the N2D Method with our clients to help them take an insight-led approach to building a compelling strategy. Its beauty is in the way it simplifies the inherently complex and seamlessly combines the art and science of strategic development.

Tim Stoller, COO, The Happiness Index

[The N2D Method provides] structured, efficient and effective analysis of stakeholder needs.

Michele Scataglini, Founder, Insta Associates

The Method is a vital asset for our business and helps our clients and partners make business-critical decisions based on evidence. The tool is incredibly smart but simple to use. It’s a core part of our toolkit and our clients love it.

Business Director, Leading Agency Group

I love the simple to use interface and I’m looking forward to using the N2D Method to help my clients make better strategic decisions in a completely non-biased and transparent way.

Matt Wells, Partner, Congregation

With over 20 years working for GlaxoSmithKline across a range of different sectors and geographies, and in that time having worked with the outputs from the really large consulting firms, this N2D model provides a similarly robust model and process that delivers clear and actionable outcomes at a fraction of the time and cost

Amanda Blacklock, Founder, Blacklock Consulting

[With] an incredible number of potential solutions, I’ve found that clients get stuck in this ‘paradox of choice’ situation and cannot move forward. N2D is a repeatable method to get through that and to rapidly create an effective route forward.

Jason Anderson, Digital Director, Avantgarde

Using the N2D Method has helped us move from concept to scope quickly and easily. It has given us an evidence-based process for decision making. We’re excited to see how N2D can help us manage a prioritised backlog when we move into launch.

Matt Isherwood, Managing Director, Fuse

Bridge & Tunnel are excited about using the N2D Method alongside our existing discovery processes to help us give a more objective view of the richest opportunities in Social Media for our clients. The fact it is iterative means we can use this as a tool to assist our long-term client relationships, alternatively it’s a great tool to help us run workshops with rapid results.

Owen Farrington, Founder. Bridge & Tunnel

The N2D Method provides us with a robust algorithmic framework to underpin decision-making projects we run with clients. The interface and flexibility of the underlying model means we can explore alternative scenarios and hypotheses more easily. With N2D Method we can help clients reach better decisions and achieve wider consensus.

David Brown, CSO, klive

Simplifying the complex and difficult tasks of prioritising and decision-making within organisations, is not simple, but essential... one of the reasons N2D is so powerful.

Ben Cheston, Managing Director, greyhairworks

At Hands On, we regularly create workshops for brands and leaders to help them get clarity and alignment around priority options, choices and decisions for specific objectives. The N2D Method is a fantastic tool to draw on in helping us achieve that both inclusively and with rigour.

Cyrus Johnston, Founder, Hands On Brands

Running a digital consultancy and helping large businesses and governments with digital transformation, I'm always keen to explore new tools, processes, systems to improve my knowledge and my consultant's knowledge. I was gripped by the N2D Method. This will jumpcut projects for me and give clients the clear evidence base they need to prioritise projects.

Tiffany St James, Founder, Transmute

I support the view that a ‘company’s value is just the sum of the decisions it makes and executes’ - as the N2D Method takes the noise out of prioritisation and decision-making with a systematic approach, I use it for my initiatives and recommend it highly.

Pauline McNulty, Coach | Advisor | Advocate

Scaling a business requires firm foundations with pillars of strength, a well-structured strategy and excellent execution. A critical part of the structured strategy and subsequent execution is the leadership required to focus on the most important strategic objectives and the necessary alignment with the leadership team. By applying the N2D method, we are helping clients decide on the correct strategic objectives and secure the appropriate buy-in from the leadership team. This alignment results in the correct focused outcomes and the best leverage from limited company resources.

Craig Saphin, Managing Director, Craig Saphin Consulting

How do you change the world? Many entrepreneurs and business leaders want to do just that with their new ventures. Often decision making is made based on emotion, incomplete consideration of the variables, or with one or more cognitive biases. Often these are not visible and the whole team believes that they are making decisions well. By applying N2D to the process of business model design we're hoping to make much of the new venture creation process much more rigorous. It integrates beautifully with our focus on Jobs to Be Done and our Lean Innovation methodology that obsesses on continually testing and validating our hypotheses.

Denis Oakley, Head of Business Model Innovation, Denis Oakley & Co

The N2D Method is a need-to-have to demonstrate the robustness and due diligence for reporting how decisions get made in the charity.

Tim Stoller, Trustee, Breadwinners Charity

As we help more of our clients take a step back to reset their priorities, the N2D Method is a bit of gift. It helps distil thinking and see the business through every possible lens, stripping out any bias, however unconscious.

Melissa Fretwell, Founder, White Camino

We try to make the design process as democratic as possible, but no matter how expert you are, or how well you know the subject you're exploring (or maybe because of...), it's difficult to be completely subjective when it comes to decision making. N2D quickly helps us take a step back and get an objective view of our outcomes and opportunities. It's a fantastic vehicle to then base a roadmap or action plan around.

Nathan Fulwood, Co-Founder, CreateFuture

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