Talent are scare and it is precious. That’s why we created Mission Means Academy to enable change by unleashing the potential of people.
Organizations are constantly transforming themselves in response to changing markets and seismic shifts in the nature of work. Realizing the full impact of these changes is often a challenge, however. Most commonly, organizations squander value when they don’t focus on execution and change management or on the leadership and functional capabilities required to address their current and future skill gaps.
Mission Means helps clients to achieve and sustain the full value of their transformations—from enterprise-wide and function-specific transformations, to upskilling and reskilling at scale.
Introduction to Mission Means Academy
Management Consultant Mohammed Nizam explains how Mission Means Academy develops leaders and builds capabilities for every role in an organization through a blended learning approach.
HOW WE HELP CLIENTS
We work with the enduring organizations
to meet their unique needs.
Unique, in-person programs for leaders from multiple organizations to learn from each other and our world-class faculty
Comprehensive capability building programs that address the organization’s most critical needs, including leadership development, digital, growth and other transformations.
WHY MISSION MEANS ACADEMY
We created Mission Means Academy to help
organizations create lasting value
In service of your strategic goals
We understand each organization’s context, goals and challenges, and we craft targeted programs that are directly linked to the drivers of value.
Proven methodology with deep assets
Our frameworks, tools, and people help unlock value for the world’s leading companies and governments.
Insights from Mission Means's Consulting Practice
We bring the insights and innovations gained from developing our own talent to every client situation.
During the first process step (diagnosis), the objective is to identify the problem clearly to avoid generating solutions to issues peripheral to the real problem.
Once the problem has been understood, diagnosed and defined, the second step (goal setting) of the problem solving process can start to define intended outcome is outlined and described.
Once we have generated and developed appropriate solutions and recommendations that resolve the problem and meet the expectation regarding the goals that have been set.
We arrive to the best solution upon evaluating, ranking, rating, prioritising, risk evaluating and comparing the all aspect of problem to implement these findings.
In completing the problem solving process it is necessary to ensure that aspects covered during the previous stages are addressed during the program delivery stage.
Seamless multi-device experience platform, including gamification, social learning, and learner dashboards
3+ capability centers, model factories, immersive experience studios, go-and-see visits, and all-inclusive learning campuses around the globe
17+ in-person and digital modules, as well as standardized assessments and mini programs
Hundreds of learning design and delivery consultants, instructional designers, program managers, operations experts, and change facilitators worldwide