How to decide what your organization should STOP doing

If your organization has limited resources (people, time, money, etc.) but wants to achieve success in its programming, this resource is for you.

According to the MacMillan Matrix, a tool developed by Ian MacMillan at the Wharton School of Business, there are four criteria used to determine whether to grow, stop, or share a program: mission and ability fit, program attractiveness, saturation, and competitive advantage.

I’ve adapted the MacMillan Matrix and share it here as a decision tree. You can also download the full resource (3 page PDF).

MacMillan Matrix as decision tree

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