Policy, Society & technology Research Services

_ About

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.  ― Winston S. Churchill

TEMPUS.MOTU GROUP (TMG) solves fast-changing societal and technological challenges facing local/national authorities and policymakers. We design, implement and scale strategic opportunities and novel tactical options that tackle long-term systemic, systematic impact and transformational change.

We combine theory, methodology and execution strategies to create a clear image of complex systems and help you to think, execute and rethink your approach to the innovation models required for the coming technological, societal, and environmental revolution and its inevitable effects on society.

Our engagements range from rapid strategic vision and strategic prototypes to multi-year product and service initiatives.

We work in 3 steps:


We identify unknowns and define the questions around which leaders can formulate a desired vision of the future.


To make it happen, we will design a set of structural experiments in various domains to better map ideas, relationships, and constraints to best tackle the upcoming challenges.


Then we will develop strategies and collaboration models to realize this future and implement the necessary tools and processes to deliver on the desired vision.

_ Expertise & Focus

Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass...It's about learning to dance in the rain. ― Vivian Greene

Combining functionality and creativity, we deliver unique results that impact your brand and enhance your vision and ability to cope with challenges.

Our services include:

Systematic studies and benchmarking

Crisis management strategies

Communication and PR

Social impact and sustainability research

Policy frameworks and business transformation

Technology assessment and development

Our holistic approach enables us to encapsulate and innovate in multiple scenarios to help you produce functional experience in any future.

Our focus areas:

Automation and fast-tracking

Social Interaction and Behaviors

Economic Models

New fields in Research and Development

Education and Innovation

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