Over the years, we’ve seen every kind of organization helped by the StratOp Process; fledgling non-profits, mega-churches, startups, global enterprises, city governments, school districts, and universities. Of course, the size of the organization can impact their ability to invest in StratOp, and their ability to execute the subsequent strategic plan (we therefore right-size the plan, to fit their goals and capacity). What we’ve found is that the industry or arena an organization works within is not important in determining their fit or readiness for StratOp. Nor is their size and revenues. Rather, what matters most is: do they see their work as about bringing about greater impact and contribution to the world? Do they see their team as whole individuals, worthy of respect and intention? Do they care about more than the numbers and the bottom line? Are they looking to align their team around work that matters and to go after the highest-impact opportunities? Especially early on, this work will flow from your natural networks and connections, that you’ve cultivated over a number of years.