Definition: Metaplan is a group communication and decision making method in which opinions are developed, a common understanding is built and objectives, recommendations and action plans are formulated to focus on a problem and its possible solutions.
M is a trademark of Metaplan Thomas Schnelle GmbH.
Typical business applications of Metaplan are:
1. Stakeholder Moderation
- Corporate Strategy, Business Strategy Plan Creation
- Change Management
- Product Lifecycle Management
2. Customer-Dialogue Processes
- Advisory Boards
- Positioning Workshops
- Concept Testing
- Focus Groups
- Opinion Leaders Involvement, Market Research
3. Team Development


More on group decision making: Delphi Method, Groupthink, Spiral of Silence.


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