Time Structures is a research organization dedicated to understanding and solving
public policy problems, including advocacy, strategy development looking ten or more years out,
and individual and organizational problems with time. Since its inception in 1996, Time Structures
has focused on applying over 30 years of applied experience and using laboratory tested methods
and techniques (including complexity theory) to help people find solutions to real world
public policy and time problems. Standard public policy analysis, management analysis, focus
groups, and survey research tools are applied to legislative and administrative issues. Principal
Consultants include Dr. Victoria Koehler-Jones and Dr. Gus A. Koehler.