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Preface
Introduction: Management
Activity-based costing (ABC)
Advantages of small-scale operations
Agenda analysis
Balanced scorecard
Barriers
Basic business functions
Benchlearning®
Benchmarking
Board work
Boston matrix (BCG matrix)
BPR (Business Process Re-engineering)
Branding
Business concept (Corporate mission)
Business development
The business life cycle
Business model (business logic)
Business plan
Business unit
Businessmanship
Capital rationalization
Change management
Communication
Companization
Competence
Competition
Competitive edge
Conjoint analysis (simulated trade-off situations)
Control systems
Culture
Customer relations
Customers
Decentralization
Decision methodology
Deregulation
Development
Displayed thinking (graphic visualizing)
Distribution
Diversification
Effectiveness
Entrepreneurship
EVA – Economic Value Added
Experience curve
External environmental analysis
Facilitation
Fair process
Functional strategy
Gap analysis
Goals
Industry
Insourcing
Intellectual capital
Internal demand
Investment
Just-In-Time, JIT (efficient production)
Kaizen – continuous improvement
Knowledge Management (KM)
Lean production
Learning organization
Make/Buy analysis
Management systems
Market
Market analysis
Market attractiveness and strategic position
Market share
McKinsey’s 7s model
Mergers and acquisitions
Mintzberg’s five structures
Mintzberg’s strategy analysis
Motivation
Needs
Organic growth
Organization
Outsourcing
PDCA (Plan, Do, Check and Act)
PDS (Problem Detection Study)
Performance management
PIMS (Profit Impact of Market Strategy)
Planning chart
Policy
Porter’s competitive analysis
Porter’s five competitive forces
Porter’s generic strategies
Portfolio
Positioning
Price
Process orientation
Processes
Product life cycle
The Product/Market Matrix (PM Matrix)
Productivity
Profitability
Quality
Rationalization
Relative cost position
Resources – costs, capital and people
Risk analysis
The S-Curve
Sales force
Scenario
Segmentation and differentiation
Service companies and knowledge companies
Service management system
Six Sigma
Stakeholder analysis (stakeholder model)
Strategic focus areas and type situations
Strategy – historical perspective
Strategy – three types
Strategy
Sustainable development
Taylorism – Scientific management
Teambuilding
The strategic process
The strategic success factors of Collins and Porras
Time-based competition
Value
Values
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A-Z of Management Concepts and Models

A-Z of Management Concepts and Models

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Published by: Sishir Reddy on Feb 07, 2011
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