Motivations Assessment Program™ (MAP)

The Artemis Strategy Group Motivations Assessment Program™ (MAP) is an initiative based on primary, proprietary research to inspire marketing and communications leaders in the private and public sectors.

MAP applies the Artemis Motivation Research approach to probe deeply into the goals, actions, barriers and motivations associated with Americans’ individual health and financial decisions, as well as the interactions between health and financial decisions.

Our most recent round of MAP research provides insights into the landscape of health and financial decisions that have audience, communications, product or policy implications. After measuring over 200 activities and attitudes through a large quantitative study (n=3041), we mapped the rational-to-emotional forces that underlie health and financial decision motivations.

NEW! Our second eBook on Americans’ financial decision making focuses on generational differences. We examine how Americans’ financial outlook and well-being vary by age and life stage. Financial services marketers and advocates will find ideas for reaching and speaking to each generation.

Click here to download your copy.

NEW! Health and Happiness: A Purposeful Approach, the second eBook in our series on health decision-making, focuses on how Americans think about and take action related to their health.

This broad look at personal health decision-making offers a useful starting point for those engaged in influencing specific health decisions and improving Americans’ health to think about motivational strategies. It follows Healthful Is the New Healthy, which reveals the personal values underlying healthfulness motivations and includes insights for health services communicators and marketers.

Click here to download your copy.

Our new eBook, Americans and Their Money, is the first of our 2016-17 series on financial decision-making. Click here to download your copy.

Our survey of 1,500 Americans reveals a new health-related trend. Americans are participating in multiple healthy activities to create a more holistic lifestyle we call “healthfulness.” Learn about the personal values underlying healthfulness motivations and how you might apply these insights. Click here to order your copy.

Financial Services Webinars

She’s Not That Into You: What Women Value About Money and How They Make Financial Decisions (February, 2015)

Consumer Views of the Financial Landscape (December, 2014)