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100+ management models : how to understand and apply the world's most powerful business tools

Author: Alfons Trompenaars; Piet Hein Coebergh
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2015.
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"The one-stop resource to 100+ powerful management methods 100+ Management Models offers a quick overview of the key features and potential applications of each of the most important models in nine different categories: sustainability, innovation, strategy, diversity, customers, human resources, benchmarking, leadership, and implementation. Each section concludes with a summary of the key dilemmas that tend to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alfons Trompenaars; Piet Hein Coebergh
ISBN: 9780071834605 0071834605
OCLC Number: 876003618
Description: xiii, 577 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Part 1: Sustainability --
Stakeholder management, Edward Freeman (1984) --
Seven levels of sustainability, Richard Barrett (1998) --
The seven faces of Mount Sustainability, Ray Anderson (1999) --
The bottom of the pyramid, C.K. Prahalad (2002) --
Cradle to cradle, William McDonough adn Michael Braungart (2002) --
The sustainable value framework, Stuart Hart and Mark Milstein (2003) --
Multiple stakeholder sustainability, Fons Trompenaars and Peter Woolliams (2010) --
Part 2: Innovation and entrepreneurship --
Flow, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (1975) --
Adaption-innovation inventory, Michael Kirton (1976) --
The entrepreneurial process, Jeffry Timmons (1989) --
Disruptive innovation, Clayton Christensen (1995) --
Serious play, Michael Schrage (1999) --
Open innovation, Henry Chesbrough (2003) --
Reverse innovation, Vijay Govindarajan (2009) --
Reflections on innovation and entrepreneurship --
Part 3: Strategy and positioning --
Product/market growth matrix, Igor Ansoff (1957) --
3C: Company, customer, competition, Kenichi Ohmae (1975) --
Crafting strategy, Henry Mintzberg (1978) --
Five forces, Michael Porter (1979) --
7S: Tom Peters, Robert Waterman, Julien Phillips (1980) --
Core competencies, Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad (1990) --
Brand equity, David Aaker (1991) --
Value discipline, Michael Treacy and Fred Wiersema (1993) --
Blue ocean strategy, W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne (2005) --
Reflections on strategy and positioning --
Part 4: Diversity of cultures --
Myers-Briggs type indicator (MBTI), Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Cook Briggs (1962) --
Corporate culture, Charles Handy and Roger Harrison (1976) --
Hofstede's cultural dimensions, Geert Hofstede (1980) --
Belbin's team roles, Meredith Belbin (1981) --
Competing values framework (CVF), Robert Quinn and Kim Cameron (1981) --
Three levels of culture, Edgar Schein (1985) --
Developmental model of intercultural sensitivity (DMIS), Milton Bennett (1986) --
Spiral dynamics, Don Beck and Chris Cowen (1996) --
Seven dimensions of culture, Fons Trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner (1993) --
The colour theory of change, Léon de Caluwé and Hans Vermaak (2006) --
Reflections on diversity and culture --
Part 5: Customers --
Rokeach value survey (RVS), Milton Rokeach (1973) --
Consumer behaviour, John Howard and Jagdish Sheth (1969) --
3Rs --
Retail, reputation, relationship, Corstiaan Marinus Storm (1987) --
Strategic purchasing, Peter Kraljic (1983) --
Total perceived service quality, Christian Grönroos (1984) --
Customer satisfaction, Noriaki Kano (1984) --
Elaboration likelihood model (ELM), Richard Petty and John Cacioppo (1986) --
Service-profit chain, James Heskett, Thomas Jones, Gary Loveman, Earl Sasser and Leonard Schlesinger (1994) --
Customer loyalty, Thomas Jones and Earl Sasser (1995) --
Six stages of social business transformation, Charles Li and Brian Solis (2013) --
Reflection on customers. Part 6: Human resource management --
Gainsharing, Joseph Scanlon (1948) --
Two-factor theory, Frederick Herzberg (1959) --
Theory X and Theory Y, Douglas Mc Gregor (1960) --
Evolutionary growth of organizations, Larry Greiner (1972) --
AMO: Abilities, motivation, opportunities, Thomas Bailey (1993) --
HRM roles, David Ulrich (1997) --
The happiness factory, Maurits Bruel and Clemens Colson (1998) --
Contextually based HR theory, Jaap Paauwe (2004) --
Competence-based employability, Claudia van der Heijde and Beatrice van der Heijden (2006) --
Reflections on human resource mangament --
Part 7: Benchmarking and results --
Managment by objectives, Peter Drucker (1954) --
BCG matrix, Bruce Henderson (1968) --
GE-McKinsey matrix, General electric and McKinsey consulting 1971 --
The value chain, Michael Porter (1985) --
Identity and image, Klaus Birkigt and Marinus Stadler (1986) --
Business process management (BPM), Michael Hammer (1990) --
Balanced scorecard, Robert Kaplan and David Norton (1992) --
Social media ROI pyramid, Jeremiah Owyang (2010) --
Reflection on benchmarking and results --
Part 8: Leadership and communication --
Managerial grid, Robert Blake and Jane Mouton (1964) --
Situational leadership, Paul Hersey and Kenneth Blanchard (1969) --
Servant leadership, Robert Greenleaf (1970) --
8-Step change, John Kotter --
Situational crisis communication theory, Timothy Coombs (1995) --
Level 5 leadership, Jim Collins (2001) --
Cynefin, David Snowden and Mary Boone (2007) --
Communication and employee management, Mary Welch (2011) --
Reflections on leadership and communication --
Part 9: Ethos, pathos, logos, Aristotle (350 BC) --
AIDA, Elias St. Elmo Lewis (1898) --
DuPont model, Frank Donaldson Brown (1914) --
Continuous improvement, William Edwards Deming (1948) --
Brainstorming, Alex Osborn (1953) --
Leary's rose, Timothy Leary (1957) --
Bi-sociation, Arthur Koestler (1964) --
Small group development, Bruce Tuckman (1965) --
360-degree feedback, Edward Lawler (1967) --
Lateral thinking, Edward de Bono (1967) --
The conscious competence ladder, Lewis Robinson (1974) --
FCB grid, Richard Vaughn (1980) --
SWOT, Heinz Weihrich (1982) --
Means-end analysis, Johnathan Gutman (1982) --
Learning style inventory, David A. Kolb (1984) --
Six principles of influence, Robert Cialdini (1984) --
Scrum, Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka (1986) --
The seven habits of highly effective people, Stephen Covey (1989) --
Benchmarking, Robert Camp (1989) --
EFQM excellence model, The European foundation for quality management (EFQM) (1991) --
Strategic dialogue, mathieu de Vaan, Steven ten have and Wouter ten Have (1996) --
Strategic personnel planning, Gerard Evers and Cornelis Verhoeven (1999) --
Mapping, bridging, integrating (MBI), Joseph DiStefano and Martha Maznevski (2000) --
Yellow box, Mark Raison (2002) --
Elements of website user experience, Jesse James Garrett (2002) --
MDA design for "gamification," Robert Hunicke, Marc LeBlanc and Robert Zubek (2004) --
Business model canvas, Alexander Osterwalder (2008) --
Sustainability roadmap, Ram Nidumolu, C.K. Prahalad and M.R. Rangaswami (2009) --
Balancing transparency, Piet Hein Coebergh and Edi Cohen (2009) --
Blue leadership, Jan Moen and Paul Ansems --
The blue economy, Gunter Pauli (2010) --
Eight routes for culture change, Jaap Boonstra (2013) --
Reflections on models for implementation.
Other Titles: One hundred-plus management models
Responsibility: Fons Trompenaars and Piet Hein Coebergh.
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