Management Models, Leadership Models, Coaching Models and Business Models
Management models and theories shape the way we think, manage and run our organizations. This page lists some of those management models found to be of value by the team at RapidBI.
UPDATE: as of December 2009 we have revised these slides, corrected the errors and provided them in UK & US spelling, as well as adding another 130+ see all of them Management, leadership & coaching models
LATEST 2010 – PLEASE NOTE:
This is now an archive page
see our new area on our site dedicated to management, leadership, coaching and change models our sets now have 400+ models!
Introduction to management models
Management models are not in themselves a solution, but a tool to help develop understanding or a common language. Remember these are only tools, an over simplification of a view of reality in a given context. Tools come and go like fashion.
While we list a great many here, please ensure you research any tool or model prior to applying it in your organization.
As a coach and consultant I have used many of these to help explain concepts. As a consultant I have used many of these to develop understanding. They are tools, valuable tools. Only use a model if it appropriate to the situation, any model is only a representation of a concept, reality is always much more complex and involves more dimensions than a simple model can infer.
All management models are equally valid and invalid – for a model to be effective we need to understand the context in which it was developed and implemented. Just because a model works in one organization in one sector does not mean it will work in all organizations in that sector… remember a model is just that… a model.
Click on each graphical management model to see the model in full size, or visit the resources pageto download a PDF version containing all of these models in one file. The link shown under many of the models will take you to a page which provides more information about the model, its history and its application.All of these slides and more are now available for use in your PowerPoint presentations. These slides are UNBRANDED for you to use in your presentations.
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Note on management models
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