Mystery Management Investigations (MMI) was founded in 1933 in New York City. During World War II its primary focus was on the military and helping the Allies win the War. Business expanded in the 1950’s, and then in the 1970’s and early 1980’s business took a dive and the company moved their headquarters to Austin, Texas where the weather was good and rents were cheaper. Hobart Filmore joined the firm in 1985 and quickly became the lead investigator. He trained the other investigative consultants in a new operating system for managing and leading organizations, one called Matrix Management 2.0™ which quickly became the company’s flagship offering.

MMI has been helping organizations all over the world find solutions to seemingly intractable organizational problems that other operating systems have not been able to solve. MMI is dedicated to training organizational consultants in the methods Hobart and the other investigators use to diagnose and resolve issues that other systems have failed to solve. MMI also offers training to all levels in how to lead and work in a matrix.

Hobart Filmore

Hobart Filmore of Mystery Management Investigations

Sir Hobart Filmore received his knighthood from the Queen of England because of the outstanding contribution he has made to British industry. Hobart was born in Leeds, England but emigrated to the United States when he was only 6 years old. After graduating from Obsidian University he spent ten years in various corporate jobs before joining MMI where he has been a detecting consultant for the last twenty years. He consults with organizations all over the world, introducing them to the leading edge concepts of Matrix Management 2.0™, a technology that he developed over ten years ago. He is the author of several treatises on organizational design and management systems. He has just launched his blog, Restructuring Is Insane!

Penelope Long

Penelope Long of Mystery Management Investigations

Penelope Long grew up in Brooklyn, NY and went to NYU as an undergraduate. She received an MBA from Stanford before joining McLoit Rouche Consulting. She left there after 3 years to join MMI and work with Hobart Filmore. She has a passion for the leadership side of the MM 2.0™ technology and consults on her own relative to all things leadership related and works with Hobart on the organizational lever side of the technology. She is the author of The Case of Hobart Filmore series and is launching a blog on Matrix Leadership in September 2017.