Opusuna is the Ultimate tool

Integrate hiring, team-building, engagement, and coaching smoothly and continuously, using objective and highly relevant information. Get everyone on the same page using the same information and keep it centrally located in an Opusuna results database.

"Opusuna is like having the answer key to a million-piece organizational puzzle”
~ R ‘Ray’ Wang Chairman & Chief Analyst Constellation Research

Opusuna Helps Make Better Decisions

Opusuna's award winning assessment provides new bias-free data not available by any other means to business owners, executives, HR, career coaches, business consultants, team leaders, and executive recruiters.

Building an
All-Star Team

The ultimate challenge, building high-performance teams. Opusuna produces vital metrics for identifying gaps on teams, selecting the best talent, and building winning teams of all sizes at every level. Opusuna is an incredibly straightforward way to build winning teams of all sizes at every level.


Because people dictate the success of every business, making sound decisions about people is the most important thing we do. Sound decisions require objectivity, and objectivity requires moving from outdated popular methods of gathering information about people.  

By investing in Opusuna, you will objectively and strategically address workplace issues and positively impact individual, team, and company performance.   

Opusuna provides a tremendous opportunity to minimize risks considered ‘the cost of doing business.

For example a company with an annual turnover cost of about $300k – as measured by the ‘transactional’ method but the combined impact of a single bad hire, in this case, a VP of Sales cost the company over $4 million – that’s 14 times the transactional view of turnover costs.

We have a long history of focusing on people as a collection of ‘traits and talents,’ each with a fixed price tag; this is a transactional, not a strategic point of view.

Transactional View

Traits and Talents
- Focus on part of a person
- Measure specific traits and attributes 
- Infer what might happen on a team 

Opusuna Strategic View

Qualities and Collaboration

- Focus on Team Needs
- Determine how a person will ‘connect’ with others  
- Observe what actually happens in a team 

Role is teaming element #1

The term Role looks at the whole person, who they are, and how they contribute to a team.  Roles are peoples attraction to one or more of ten universal team needs, e.g., planning vs. execution vs. helping others. Very different people may have the same Role.

Vision Mover

Plan for the realization of Founder’s vision, know how to realize the vision.

Vision Former

Shape and form the structure of work, make plans actionable.


Lead by inspiration, focus on creating an environment that nurtures the organization's future and sustainability.

Action Mover

Deploy – to get things done determine the best tactics and means to accomplish actions.

Action Former

Organize work and follow up on details. Lead less experienced team members.


Balance the tensions between limited resources and unlimited needs.


Bring the vision to internal and external communities.


Bring treasures and live in the present while envisioning future possibilities. They find hidden opportunities and perils and seek to provide and protect.


Knowledge collectors & Subject matter experts.


Problem fixer, focused on the short term, immediate problems.

Diversity, the Driving Force of Corporate Performance

Building diverse high-performance teams is critical to success. Accomplish this by creating an objective and efficient recruiting process; Opusuna measures what matters a person's Role-fit to job responsibilities and collaboration skills.

Opusuna in Action


Hiring the best person for the job and the team.


Building diverse, high performing teams.

Conflict Resolution

Resolving conflict within a team or between partners.

Coaching and Consulting

Coaching individuals, teams and leaders on how to work together.

M&A Risk Assessment

Conducting due diligence to investigate risk of consolidation.

How Opusuna Works

Tim receives an email with a secure link
Tim completes the
Opusuna assessment
Tim’s results are

Opusuna Results

Coherence: Tim is Coherent

Tim is determined and not too easily upset by the inevitable obstacles and difficulties that he comes across in the process of making things happen.

Contribution: Vision Mover

As a Vision Mover, Tim is an ideas person, one who gets things moving. His contribution is having the vision for how to get the goals accomplished.


Tim will consider everyone’s interests in a fair without favoring some at the expense of others.

Backed by Science Real Life Application

Over 25 years ago, two behavioral scientists collaborated in pursuing this question: What happens when people team together, and can it be measured".

Thoroughly Tested

More than 400 job performanice studies were conducted over 20 years in various industries and at different organizational levels.

Valid and Reliable

95% of studies resulted in a significant relationship between job fit scores and observed job performance and behavior.

Fair and Objective

Opusuna proves to be successful in predicting behavior in an unbiased manner, regardless of cultural influences, age or gender.

Opusuna reports deliver unbiased and unparalleled information so you can making better decisions, build better teams, and get better results.

Comparative Analysis

Opusuna is the only behavioral assessment created in the 21st century.

Pschometric assessment

Skills and talent assessment

Skills and talent assessment

Behavioral Assessment

Differences Between Opusuna and
MBTI, DISC, Predictive Index and Strengths Finder

1. What is the objective?
Testing for personality traits arose from the desire to explore the relationship between theories about the workings of the mind and human behavior. In contrast, the creators of Opusuna wanted answers to the questions: What is Teaming, can it be measured, and if so, how might that information improve the world of work? 

2. What are you trying to measure?
Tests for personality, aptitudes, interests, and values measure what’s going on inside a person. Opusuna measures what is happening when people team together to achieve a common goal.

3. How do the measurement methods compare?
Psychometric tests use self-inventory questionnaires to gather data. Subjects respond to yes/no questions, make choices between two alternatives, or respond to a blend of these and other challenges. Opusuna comes from physics and systems theory and on a unified field theory of how people operate. The online experience elicits and measures two different modes of teaming: 1) Person-to-Person (P2P) and 2) Person-to-Team (P2T).

4. What information is generated?
The Myers-Briggs test measures Extroversion/Introversion; Sensing/Intuition; Thinking/Feeling, and Judging/Perceiving. Other traits-oriented tests (DISC, PI, Birkman, etc.) follow a similar pattern but with different descriptive language and additional focal points. The Opusuna assessment identifies and organizes the elements of team interaction: Role, Coherence, and Collaboration. These metrics align with the needs of a team as a living entity and situational context.

5. How is the information used?
Psychometric data and traits are compared to databases obtained from specific populations (people in management, people in sales, etc.) or other specialized data. The likelihood of certain types of outcomes (job success, cultural fit, etc.) is inferred with a reasonable degree of accuracy through these comparisons. Participants receive a report containing charts, tables, and explanations that summarize the data. 

Opusuna Handbooks describe how a person intrinsically seeks to make meaningful contributions to specific team needs. Opusuna promotes mutual understanding and respect within the team.

Opusuna Playbooks provide leadership decision support in best-fit to job responsibilities, best-fit to serve the specific mission of a team, and overall orientation to positive, constructive teamwork.

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