Resources for
Building a
Better Business

The Velocity Advantage

The Velocity Advantage, by Consequent founder and CEO Jack Bergstrand, helps people achieve better and faster results with less effort and aggravation. It is the foundation for the work that Consequent does every day with its clients, built on the idea that big companies don’t beat small ones. Today, fast companies beat slow ones. Thirty-five years in the making, The Velocity Advantage is endorsed by board members and C-level executives of major corporations.


Playing to Win

The Framework for Collaborative Strategy Consulting



Traditional strategy consulting, which often costs millions of dollars and takes months to complete, certainly has its place. But Consequent’s application of the “Playing to Win” framework, developed by former Procter & Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley and the renowned management expert Roger Martin, is a much better and faster alternative. In just a few days, we can help your leaders collaborate to create a winning vision, choose where to focus your efforts (and where not to), and figure out the capabilities and management systems required to be successful.

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Strategic Profiling-Action Planning

The Fastest Way to Achieve Strategy Buy-In Across Teams

 


Strategic Profiling-Action Planning (SP-AP) offers a systematic way for cross-functional teams, with different skills and perspectives, to create more integrated solutions that produce better and faster outcomes. Through SP-AP, teams collaborate and cocreate a winning destination, establish key priorities, determine how to best implement them, and ensure that the right people are engaged at the right time.

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PMLC

The Key to Delivering an Implementation-Ready Collaborative Business Strategy



There is no better way to get an initiative off the ground than to use Strategic Profiling-Action Planning. But even the best SP-AP plans will struggle if not implemented well organizationally. This is where our Project Management Life Cycle (PMLC) comes in. Using the

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