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  1. BART Cartoon

    BART

    $5.20

    The BART model is made up of the following aspects:

    •        Budget;
    •        Activities;
    •        Resources;
    •        Time.

    The model’s premise is that by completing and guiding these various aspects, a successful introduction can be achieved. 

    Related models: Time Management MatrixProjectmanager RadiusForce Field AnalysisSteering ParametersDevils TriangleSMARTBARTStakeholder Salience Model

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  2. BOQITO Cartoon

    BOQITO

    $5.20

    This model categorises the steering parameters based on 6 aspects:

    •        Budget
    •        Organisation
    •        Quality
    •        Information
    •        Time
    •        Other: i.e. Risk.

     

    Related models: Time Management MatrixProjectmanager RadiusForce Field AnalysisSteering ParametersDevils TriangleSMARTBARTStakeholder Salience Model

     

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  3. Deming Circle Cartoon

    Deming Circle

    $6.50

    Model to measure and evaluatue business processes in a permanent manner to meet the requirements of the customer: The model describes four phases: Plan, Do, Check, Act

    Related models: DMAICLEANDeming CircleDecision MakingKnowledge DefinitionKnowledge Value ChainKnowledge ConversionLearn and Remember;

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  4. Devils Triangle Cartoon

    Devils Triangle

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    This model categorises the steering parameters based on 3 aspects: Time, Money and Quality.

    The “Devil’s Square” is strongly related to this model. Here the Scope parameter is added as a steering parameter.

    The “BOQITO” is another variant whereby InformationOrganisation and Other (like risks) are also defined as variables.

    Related models: Time Management MatrixProjectmanager RadiusForce Field AnalysisSteering ParametersDevils TriangleSMARTBARTStakeholder Salience Model

     

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  5. DMAIC (Lean/Kaizen) - Cartoon

    DMAIC (Lean/Kaizen)

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    Model to measure and evaluatue business processes in a permanent manner to meet the requirements of the customer: The model describes five phases: Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control

    Related models: DMAICLEANDeming CircleDecision MakingKnowledge DefinitionKnowledge Value ChainKnowledge ConversionLearn and Remember;

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  6. Force Field Analysis cartoon

    Force Field Analysis

    $6.50

    This model categorises parties interested in a programme or project into four.

    • “Yes Sayers”
    • “No Sayers”
    • Users
    • Coach, Dracula and Backer.

     

    Related models: Time Management MatrixProjectmanager RadiusForce Field AnalysisSteering ParametersDevils TriangleSMARTBARTStakeholder Salience Model

     

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  7. Knowledge Value Chain

    Knowledge Value Chain

    $6.50

    The knowledge value chain is a model to use the production factor 'knowledge' to the utmost. The value chain is based on four processes: - knowledge creation, knowledge sharing, apply knowledge, evaluate knowledge.

    Related models: DMAICLEANDeming CircleDecision MakingKnowledge DefinitionKnowledge Value ChainKnowledge ConversionLearn and Remember;

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  8. Lean Principles - Cartoon

    Lean Principles

    $5.20

    Model to measure and evaluatue business processes in a permanent manner to meet the requirements of the customer: The model describes five phases: Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, Control

    Related models: DMAICLEANDeming CircleDecision MakingKnowledge DefinitionKnowledge Value ChainKnowledge ConversionLearn and Remember;

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  9. Phases of Team Development

    Phases of Team Development

    $6.50

    Tuckman’s model explains how a team matures (the phases through which a “healthy” team must go) and how a team develops the ability to have good and particularly productive mutual relationships and which leadership styles play an important role in this process (starting out with a direct style, following it with a coaching and participative style, and finishing with a delegating or even a self-operational style).

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

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  10. Pillars of Commitment Cartoon

    Pillars of Commitment

    $6.50

    This model indicates four aspects that should be detailed to ensure people’s commitment: Clear goals, Influence on events, Commitment to skills and Recognition and appreciation.

    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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