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101 Management Models

By Marijn Mulders

Routledge – 2011 – 392 pages

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    978-90-0178-316-7
    June 23rd 2011

Description

Management models: many students will come across them in their studies, yet it is only when actually working with them that the function and benefit of management models are revealed.

101 Management Models gives a comprehensive overview of traditional models as well as innovations in management models. To allow quick access to the models, several indexes are provided, arranged by objective, discipline and author. All models are discussed in a transparent format: the fundamentals of the management model; its application; the result; the pitfalls.

This intuitive and accessible textbook will be useful for all students of management - particularly those coming at the topic from another background such as economics or engineering and is supported by a companion website: http://www.managementmodels-englishedition.noordhoff.nl/

Contents

How do I use 101 Management Models? 1. 360° feedback 13 2. AAA Triangle 3. Activities schedule 4. Activity Based Costing 5. Balanced Scorecard 6. BART 7. BCG Matrix 8. Belbin Team Roles 9. Benchmarking 10. Blue Ocean Strategy 11. Brainstorm 12. Brand Asset Valuator 13. Business Intelligence 14. CAGE Distance Framework 15. Colour Print Thinking 16. Competence management 17. Competing Values Framework, Quinn 18. Competitive Forces, Porter 19. Competitive Positions, Kotler 20. Competitive Strategies, Kotler 21. Competitive Strategies, Porter 22. Complaints Management 23. Confl ict Handling 24. Confrontation Matrix 25. Core Competence 26. Core Marketing System 101 27. Core Qualities 28. Costs-Benefi ts Analysis 29. Cultural Dimensions, Hofstede 30. Customer Order Decoupling Point 31. Customer Pyramid, Curry 32. Customer Relationship Management 33. Customer Satisfaction 34. Customer-Value Profi les 35. Decision Table 36. Deming Circle 37. DESTEP 38. Diamond, Porter 39. Employability Scan 40. Entry Mode Decision 41. F-PEC scale 42. Functional and process management 43. Gantt Chart 44. Global Sourcing 45. GPS for Enterprises 46. Growth Strategies, Ansoff 47. Image and Identity 48. Industrial column 49. INK / EFQM 50. Intelligence Pyramid 51. International Market Research 52. International Pricing Strategy 53. ITIL V3 54. Karasek’s Job Strain Model 55. Knowledge management 56. Kraljic Matrix 57. Lead time/net time 58. Levers of Control 59. MaBa Analysis 60. Managerial Grid 61. Mergers and Takeovers 62. Multichannel Marketing 63. Organisation Chart 64. Organisational Climate Index 65. Organisational growth, Greiner 66. Organisational Management 67. OSO model 68. Pareto Analysis 69. Performance matrix for family businesses 70. Physical Distribution 71. PMT, Abell & Hammond 72. Positioning 73. PRINCE2 74. Product Life Cycle 75. Progress reporting 76. Purchasing Process 77. RASCI Matrix 78. Ratio Delay Studies 79. Research method 80. Resource Based View 81. Sales Funnel 82. Segmentation 83. SERVQUAL 84. Seven-S Model 85. SIT Method 86. Situational Leadership Theory 87. SIVA 88. Six Sigma 89. Stakeholder Management 90. Strategic Alignment Model 91. Strategy Clock 92. Strategy Map 93. Supplier Selection 94. SWOT 95. Talent Branding 96. Target marketing 97. Team Buying Team Selling (TBTS) 98. The Ten Steps Plan 99. Two Factory Theory 100. Value Chain, Porter 101. Value Stream Mapping

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Description: By Marijn Mulders. Management models: many students will come across them in their studies, yet it is only when actually working with them that the function and benefit of management models are revealed. 101 Management Models gives a comprehensive overview of traditional...
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