Usually in framing pragmatic organizational research one can be tempted to only look at the existing data. At Orgagami, we believe in engaging with our clients to consider why that kind of data collection was initially done. How can we unpack the assumptions of taken-for-granted categories of knowledge value and piece together new data elements? What other overlapping data models might be offered before reviewing / mining old and potentially new data? We puzzle not only the about data, but what that data means for you in wanting to excel. That means that we encourage those around us to keep asking about how to do better, how to adapt, how to be creative, and how to create and to shape data exploration accordingly. As consultants, our overall goal is to to work with you as you develop "framings" for the data design in order to keep puzzling in pragmatic ways with high dividends. Thus, what we do for you today, is not the same as what we might do with you tomorrow. We will have both changed by then. You don't need a template -- you need a critical supportive voice that is external enough to broach conflicting ideas, and internal enough to be a trusted partner in your success. The consistency is in the commitment, not in 'decontexutalized technical only' stale surface level practices. For Orgagami, questions in themselves then are holographic moments (data points and continuities) of what the organization is asking, and not asking.