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Key Management Models

bySteven Ten Have

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Management models - love them or hate them, they're at the heart of management thinking and practice. They have two main purposes: to provide a framework for improving business performance; and to confuse the uninitiated with buzzwords and acronyms.

You've heard of balanced scorecards, CRM, just-in-time and SWOT? How about the Deming cycle, parenting advantage or socio-technical organizations? Even if you have, can you describe them clearly and do you know how you can use them in your business?

Key Management Models takes the reader through each of the essential management tools in a clear, structured and practical way. It provides comprehensive coverage of the main tools, and of the models developed by the Gods of management thinking: Belbin, Handy, Kotter and Mintzberg.

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Steven Ten Have is the Vice Chairman of the board of directors of Berenschot, a leading European management consultancy.
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Title:Key Management ModelsFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 7, 2002Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1. Activity based costing
2. Adizes' paei management roles
3. Ansoff's product/market grid
4. Balanced scorecard
5. The BCG matrix
6. Belbin's team roles
7. Benchmarking
8. Business process redesign
9. Capability maturity model
10. Change quadrants
11. Chaos model
12. Competitive analysis: Porter's five forces
13. Compliance typology
14. Competing values of organizational effectiveness
15. Core competencies
16. Covey's seven habits of highly effective people
17. Customer marketing and relationship management
18. The Demming cycle
19. The EFQM model
20. Eisenhower's effective time management
21. Four competencies of the learning organization
22. Generic competitive strategies
23. Greiner's growth model
24. Handy's Gods of management
25. Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions
26. Just-in-time
27. Kaizen
28. Kay's distinctive capabilities
29. Krajlic's purchasing model
30. Kotter's eight phases of change
31. MABA analysis
32. Malcolm Baldridge award
33. 7-S Framework
34. Mintzberg's Configurations
35. Nolan's IT growth stages
36. Offman's core quadrants
37. Overhead value analysis
38. Parenting advantage
39. Production models
40. Risk award analysis
41. Schools of strategy synthesis
42. Seven forces model
43. Simon's levels of control
44. Sociological organization
45. SWOT analysis
46. The fifth discipline
47. The neurotic organization
48. Value chain
49. Value disciplines