This best selling management book is a true classic. If you want to be a model manager, keep this new, even better 3rd edition close at hand.
Key Management Models has the winning combination of brevity and clarity, giving you short, practical overviews of the top classic and cutting edge management models in an easy-to-use, ready reference format.
Whether you want to remind yourself about models you've already come across, or want to find new ones, you'll find yourself referring back to it again and again. It's the essential guide to all the management models you'll ever need to know about.
Includes the classic and essential management models from the previous 2 editions.
Thoroughly updated to include cutting edge new models.
Two-colour illustrations and case studies throughout.
About the authors Preface Using this book Part 1: Corporate and Business Strategy 1 Ansoff's matrix and product market grid 2 BCG-matrix 3 Strategic Dialogue 4 BHAG 5 Blue ocean strategy 6 Business model canvas 7 Business scope 8 Competitive analysis: five forces model 9 Core Competences 10 Internationalization strategy framework 11 Road-mapping 12 Scenario planning 13 Strategy maps 14 SWOT analysis 15 Value-disciplines Part 2: Organization & governance 16 7-S Framework 17 Balanced Score Card (BSC) 18 Benchmarking 19 Greiner's growth model 20 Off shoring and outsourcing 21 Organizational configurations (Mintzberg) 22 Overhead value analysis 23 Risk Management 24 The value chain Part 3: Finance 25 Activity-based costing 26 Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) 27 Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) and Net Present Value (NPV) 28 DuPont scheme 29 Economic Value Added (EVA) and Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) 30 Financial ratio analysis: liquidity, solvency and profitability ratios 31 Investment stages 32 Real Options theory 33 Risk reward analysis 34 Value-based management Part 4: Marketing & sales 35 4Ps of marketing (Kotler) 36 Branding pentagram 37 Client Pyramid (Curry) 38 Crowdsourcing 39 Customer Journey mapping 40 MABA analysis 41 Social network analysis 42 Stakeholder management Part 5: Operations, supply chain management and procurement 43 Business process redesign 44 House of purchasing and supply 45 Kaizen / Gemba 46 Lean thinking / Just-in-Time 47 Purchasing model (Kraljic) 48 Root Cause Analysis / Pareto Analysis 49 Six Sigma 50 The EFQM model 51 Value stream mapping Part 6: Innovation, technology management and e-business 52 Diffusion model 53 Disruptive innovation 54 Hype cycle 55 Innovation circle 56 ITIL (R) 57 Stage-Gate model 58 Strategic IT-alignment model 59 TOGAF (R) Part 7: HR and change management 60 Change quadrants 61 Compensation Model 62 Eight Phases of Change (Kotter) 63 HR Business roles 64 Motivational Insights 65 Six Thinking Hats (De Bono) 66 Socially engineered change 67 Team roles (Belbin) 68 The Deming Cycle: Plan-Do-Check-Act Part 8: Leadership and (inter)cultural management 69 Bottom of the Pyramid 70 CAGE distance framework 71 Competing values 72 Core quadrants 73 Cultural dimensions (Hofstede) 74 Culture dimensions (Trompenaar) 75 Focus-Energy Matrix 76 Seven habits of highly effective people (Covey) 77 Situational Leadership Model Model Matrix and Categorization