M Squared Strategies (MSS) is a Washington DC-based management consulting firm providing support to government clients within multiple departments of the U.S. Federal Government.
The following are areas of MSS' dispute resolution expertise:
~ Third-Party Dispute Resolution Services
~ Dispute Resolution Training
· Managing Organizational Conflict
· Self Mediation
· Manager as Mediator
· Negotiation Skills
~ Capacity Building
· Environmental Assessments
· Training and Development
· Human Capital Development
The following is a list of strategic offerings as part of MSS' management consulting expertise:
~ Senior Executive Services
~ Organizational Design
~ Marketing and Strategic Communications
~ Program Management and Governance
MTI is teaming with MSS to jointly provide expert mediators and trainers in managing workplace conflict within the U.S. Federal and State Governments. The MSS team is made up of professionals experienced in serving as trusted advisors to Senior Executive Officers within the U.S. Federal Government.
Government Contracting Profile
M Squared Strategies, Inc. (MSS) was originally founded in 2002, and primarily focused on providing program and performance management, strategic planning and management analysis support. In recent years, MSS has progressively expanded to provide services for increasingly complex client engagements, as well as maturing service offerings, and increasing the company profile in the DC community. Today, MSS delivers a comprehensive suite of advanced management strategy and consulting services to senior managers and high-profile organizations in the Federal Government.
Upon notification of a potential conflict, we provide:
Environmental Scan: reviewing relevant organizational environment, including organizational structure and processes to identify organizational alignment and areas of potential conflict.
Stakeholder Interviews: so our dispute resolution consultants can gain a comprehensive understanding of the organization, relationships, and behavioral interactions.
Cost Analysis: analyzing and assessing the cost of unaddressed conflict for the organization.
Process Design: compiling and analyzing the information provided to determine which dispute resolution approach would be most appropriate for the parties in conflict.