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  1. Corporate Growth Cartoon

    6W's of Corporate Growth

    $3.90

    Everybody knows the 5,6,7,8, or 9 W’s which, theoretically, makes them a bit bland. Who, what, where, when, why, with what, what for, through which, where to, etc. It’s still important for organizations to answer these simple questions. 

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  2. 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.

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  3. Balanced Scorecard Cartoon

    Balanced Scorecard

    $6.50

    The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is a tool for management at a strategic level and for achieving long-term targets. Managers are not judged by the financial aspects only, but rather by several aspects. All aspects are weighed differently, which explains the term ‘Balanced’.

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  4. BCG Matrix (Boston Consultancy Group)

    BCG Matrix (Boston Consultancy Group)

    $6.50

    To use the chart, analysts plot a scatter graph to rank the business units (or products) on the basis of their relative market shares and growth rates.

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  5. CRM - Cartoon

    CRM

    $6.50

    Customer relationship management (CRM) helps businesses to gain an insight into the behaviour of their customers and modify their business operations to ensure that customers are served in the best possible way. In essence, CRM helps a business to recognise the value of its customers and to capitalise on improved customer relations. The better you understand your customers, the more responsive you can be to their needs.

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  6. Customer Pyramid Cartoon

    Customer Pyramid

    $5.20

    The model describes a way to divide customers into segments based on the turnover they create. It’s based on the Paretto effect, better known as the 80/20 rule which means that 20% of the customers create 80% of the turnover.

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  7. Five Forces Cartoon

    Five Forces

    $5.20

    The five force model is used for analysing the market and the competitive behaviour and also to determine the profit potential of an industry. Obviously the five force model describes five factors, referred to as ‘forces’, influencing an industry’s profit potential. Combining these forces determines the industry’s ultimate profit potential.

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  8. INK Cartoon

    INK model

    $9.10

    The DQI model is a management model that will help you evaluate yourself. It represents different aspects of the maturity level. Analysing these aspects makes it possible to define the improvement potential. The analysis is usually conducted by an audit team guaranteeing independent outcomes as much as possible.

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  9. Stakeholder Salience Model Cartoon

    Stakeholder Salience Model

    $7.80

    The model describes seven stakeholder characteristics based on three parameters. The parameters are the following:

    • Power: stakeholder’s power to influence the organisation, programme or project.
    • Legitimacy: the extent to which the stakeholder’s actions are correct or desirable based on his position within the organisation.
    • Urgency: the extent to which the outcome is interesting for the stakeholder and the time pressure involved.

     

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

     

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  10. SWOT Cartoon

    SWOT Analysis

    $5.20

    The SWOT Analysis is a management model used to analyse strengths and weaknesses internally, and for analysing opportunities and threats externally. The model is a tool used by organisations to determine strategy. The strength-weakness analysis may also serve as an instrument for taking decisions and for holding a company’s position, course and strategy up against the light.

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