CONSULUS UNIFY MethodologyCONSULUS UNIFY methodology is an approach to organise, analyse and present perspectives, differences and complexity, in a comprehensive and thorough manner, so as to derive practical strategies for innovation and growth that are built on inherent strengths and purpose of a business.
2 UNIFY Principles
3 Fundamental Beliefs
See with New Eyes Always
Strengths of Harness
5 frameworks we use to support UNIFY methodology:
Organization’s Growth & Innovation
A framework to categorise information and look at a business from an interdependent perspective. It helps us understand the dynamics of the organisation and its capacity in deriving success from its company. 3 States include State of Ability, State of Influence, State of Differentiation.
A framework to assess if the company has the capacity to last once the organisation goes beyond its founders. 9 Dimensions include Founder, Purpose of Organisation, Inspired Product and Service, Leaders, Governance, Know-how Institute, Followers – Staff and customers, Promise Reflection, Practice Improvement.
A framework to identify the interdependent relationships in a visual context and background of the company (beliefs, symbols and icons) to develop a unique and yet relatable visual identity for a business to stay true to its identity and be unique.
A framework to identify and define the interdependent relationships of all the touch points of an experience during a customer’s journey. It helps us to create meaningful experiences for brands to connect with their customers at a deeper level so as to improve a customer frequency of engagement and bonding with the brand. 4-Frames include Frame, Condition, Engagement, Take-away.
A framework to measure the degree to which an idea or initiative is being put into practice. It helps to assess how committed an organisation is towards making an idea happen. 6Ps stand for Plans, Persons, Processes, Practices, Promotion (previously labeled as Propaganda), Performance.
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