1st Edition

101 Management Models





ISBN 9789001783167
Published June 23, 2011 by Routledge
392 Pages

USD $69.95

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Book 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/

Table of 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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