Organisations confronted with challenges that require input from – and action by – more than a handful of people need the “Syntegration” methodology, invented by Stafford Beer and developed by Fredmund Malik. Large meetings, multiple parallel task forces, or top-down diktats arrive at slow, suboptimal solutions. The term “Syntegration” combines “synergy” and “integration”. Syntegration achieves step changes faster and to better effect – by several orders of magnitude – than traditional approaches. It provides intelligent cross-fertilisation for orchestrating and synchronising, for innovating and collaborating. The method is applicable to most challenges across business corporations, non-business organisations and public institutions.