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  1. 7s Model cartoon

    7s Model

    $5.20

    This model was developed by Pascale and Athos (1981), but it became very popular thanks to McKinsey. The model describes seven different components, which together make an almost complete representation of all organisational aspects.

    Related models: AIDA Model7S ModelKnowledge TriangleINKSWOT AnalysisBalanced ScorecardFive ForcesBCG Matrix6W's of Corporate GrowthCRM;KondratieffCustomer PyramidProduct Life Cycle

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  2. Belbin Cartoon

    Belbin Teamroles

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    The Belbin model is based on 3 basic principles. Each team member contributes to realising the team objectives through: (1) His/her professional role: expertise, (2) His/her organisational role: position/tasks/responsibilities, (3) His/her team role: personality/behaviour. 8 roles have been defined.

    Related models: Big FiveCore Quadrants van OfmanWhole Brain Model van HerrmannColor Theory of ChangeCultural Dimensions (Hofstede)Leary's RoseSix Thinking Hats (De Bono)Social Styles (Wilson)

     

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  3. Coaching

    Coaching

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    This model shows several types of coaching. Coaching is based on the situation. The focus can be on the person or on organisational goals. The goals to be reached via coaching can be clear or need to be formulated.

    Related Models: Drama TriangleTypology of CommunicationPrinciples of Effective LeadershipTeam BuildingPillars of CommitmentTypology of Knowledge WorkersCoachingHerzberg FactorsCoaching ArtsFace-to-Face CommunicationTrust EquationFormula of Trust

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  4. Coaching Arts Cartoon

    Coaching Arts

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    This model describes four coaching styles:

    •        Bottom-up coaching: coaching your boss
    •        Coaching yourself
    •        Top-down coaching: coaching staff or children
    •        Lateral coaching: coaching colleagues or clients.

     

    Related Models: Drama TriangleTypology of CommunicationPrinciples of Effective LeadershipTeam BuildingPillars of CommitmentTypology of Knowledge WorkersCoachingHerzberg FactorsCoaching ArtsFace-to-Face CommunicationTrust EquationFormula of Trust

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  5. Colour Theory of Change

    Colour Theory of Change

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    The model describes five ways of thinking about change. A different colour is given to each way of thinking:

    •        Yellow print thinking
    •        Blue print thinking
    •        Red print thinking
    •        Green print thinking
    •        White print thinking

     

    Related models: Big FiveCore Quadrants van Ofman Whole Brain Model van Herrmann Color Theory of ChangeCultural Dimensions (Hofstede) Leary's RoseSix Thinking Hats (De Bono)Social Styles (Wilson)Belbin

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  6. Comfort Zone

    Comfort Zone

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    The boundaries of the comfort zone are determined by the individual. The person’s mental state creates self-imposed barriers. Nobody except you is able to determine the walls of the comfort zone. In order to step out of the comfort zone you need to tap other behaviours and accept how the environment is responding to this change. So, it is about change. And most people do not like changes.

    Related Models: Grief CyclePeople and MotivationCircle of InfluenceWillingness to ChangeCore QuadrantsComfort ZonePeople and Competences;MaslovWill Skill Matrix

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  7. Competing Value Framework Quinn - Cartoon

    Competing Value Framework

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    An organization’s strategies are generally in line with its culture. If we can identify what our organizational culture actually is, we can make it work for us—or at least work to make it work! Kim Cameron and Robert Quinn have identified a quadrant system with four culture types— Clan, Adhocracy, Hierarchy, and Market—as a way for organizations to actually graph where they are, where they’d like to be, and decide how to get there.

    Related models: Seven HabitsPhases of Team DevelopmentSituational LeadershipProfessional AttitudeConflict Mode ModelPrinciples of Leadership;Manager vs. LeaderCultural TypesLeadership and Influence

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  8. Conflict Mode Instrument - Cartoon

    Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)

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    The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is used to determine how individuals respond in conflict situations. The model was developed by Kenneth W Thomas and Ralph H. Kilmann. It is the world’s most popular model when conflict management is involved.

    Related models: Seven HabitsPhases of Team DevelopmentSituational LeadershipProfessional AttitudeConflict Mode ModelPrinciples of Leadership;Manager vs. LeaderCultural TypesLeadership and Influence

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  9. Cultural Dimensions Hofstede - Cartoon

    Cultural Dimensions

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    Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory is a framework for cross-cultural communication. The original theory proposed four dimensions along which cultural values could be analyzed: individualism-collectivism; uncertainty avoidance; power distance (strength of social hierarchy) and masculinity-femininity (task orientation versus person-orientation). Independent research in Hong Kong led Hofstede to add a fifth dimension, long-term orientation, to cover aspects of values not discussed in the original paradigm.

    Related models: Big FiveCore Quadrants van Ofman Whole Brain Model van Herrmann Color Theory of ChangeCultural Dimensions (Hofstede) Leary's RoseSix Thinking Hats (De Bono)Social Styles (Wilson)Belbin

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  10. Drama Triangle

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