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100 Strategic Management models, diagrams and charts for powerful business presentations. Content: Strategic Pyramid, Strategic Vision, Strategy Alternatives, Five Forces Model, Competitive Advantage, Generic Strategies, Growth Strategies, Diversification Strategy, BCG Matrix, GE Business Screen, Cost Strategies, Exit/Entry Barriers, Resource Analysis, Core Competencies, Product-Life-Cycle, Top-Down-Management, Industry Analysis, International Strategies, SWOT Analysis, Portfolio Analysis, McKinsey’s 7-S Framework, Five-Phase Growth Model, Strategy Development, Merger&Acquisitions, Technology Strategies, Value Propositions, Ansoff Matrix, Experience Curve, Strategic Options, Window of Opportunity More business diagrams to downloads on your visual business knowledge

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Title: Strategic Management models for powerpoint presentations

1 strategic management 100
2 key words strategic pyramid strategic vision strategy alternatives five forces model competitive advantage generic strategies growth strategies diversification strategy bcg matrix ge business screen cost strategies exitentry barriers resource analysis core competencies productlifecycle topdownmanagement industry analysis international strategies swot analysis portfolio analysis mckinseys 7s framework fivephase growth model strategy development mergeracquisitions technology strategies value propositions ansoff matrix experience curve strategic options window of opportunity
3 the five tasks of strategic management
4 strategic approaches to preparing for futuremarket conditions
5 the strategicmaking pyramid i
6 the strategicmaking pyramid ii
7 identifying strategy for a single business
8 the networking of strategic visions missions objectives and strategies
9 factors shaping the choice of company strategy
10 0 a companys macroenvironment
11 1 the fiveforces model of competition
12 2 mobilizing company resources to produce competitive advantage
13 3 representative company value chain
14 4 representative value chain for an entire industry
15 5 the five generic competitive strategies
16 6 the building and eroding of competitive advantage
17 7 strategy options for local companies in competing against global challengers
18 8 the three strategy horizons for sustaining rapid growth
19 9 value chains for related businesses
20 0 value chains for unrelated businesses
21 1 strategy options for a company that is already diversified
22 companys strategy what 2 identifying a what to look to look for identifying a diversified a diversified companys diversified companys strategy strategy what to
23 industry attractivenesscompetitive strength ninecell industry attractivenesscompetitive 3 a representative representative ninecell industry a representative ninecell attractivenesscompetitive strength matrix
24 eight big managerial 4 the eight the eight big managerial components of of implementing strategy big managerial components components of implementing
25 a capable organization the components of 5 the components building a capable of building a components of building
26 chain as a price to the to the consumer as a percent total price to of total price percent of total a percent of value chain as 6 value chain
27 do mergers fail why do mergers 7 why do
28 8 the value the value chain
29 9 the generic the generic value generic value chain
30 0 risks of of the generic the generic strategies risks of the
31 1 three generic three generic strategies
32 2 operational effectiveness effectiveness versus strategic operational effectiveness versus versus strategic positioning
33 3 competitor configuration and industry stability configuration and industry competitor configuration and
34 4 shared value activities and cost value activities and shared value activities and cost position
35 leader and challenger of leader and and challenger strategies 5 alternative scope scope of leader challenger strategies i alternative scope of
36 of leader and 6 alternative scope and challenger strategies scope of leader leader and challenger alternative scope of challenger strategies ii
37 wheel of competitive 7 the wheel the wheel of of competitive strategy
38 8 barriers and barriers and profitability
39 9 generic competitive generic competitive strategies
40 in the business remain in the 0 firms strategic firms strategic needs to remain in strategic needs to needs to remain
41 forces determining segment five forces determining segment structural attractiveness determining segment structural 1 five forces
42 2 the quest the quest for quest for competitiveness
43 3 finding the the current economic the limits of current economic engine limits of the finding the limits of the current
44 4 beyond customerled
45 5 why do great companies fail do great companies why do great
46 6 categories of categories of resource of resource leverage
47 7 managing migration managing migration paths
48 8 establishing the the core competence core competence agenda establishing the core
49 alternate conception of 9 an alternate of the diversified an alternate conception the diversified firm conception of the
50 criteria for integration 0 criteria for for integration decisions
51 1 vertical market vertical market structures
52 2 transactionasset matrix
53 3 primary influence primary influence processes
54 4 the product product life cycle the product life
55 5 internal venturing internal venturing alternatives
56 boston consulting group 6 the boston the boston consulting consulting group matrix
57 general electric business electric business screen 7 the general the general electric
58 the topdown control topdown control cycle 8 the topdown
59 9 the bottomup bottomup empowerment cycle the bottomup empowerment
60 0 the internal internal diversification process the internal diversification
61 designs for organizational 1 designs for for organizational entrepreneurship
62 2 the firms firms external environment the firms external
63 3 forces driving driving industry competition forces driving industry
64 international strategy options strategy options i 4 international strategy
65 strategy options ii 5 international strategy international strategy options
66 6 swot analysis swot analysis diagram
67 decay of new of new product 7 decay of new product ideas
68 strategy selection matrix 8 grand strategy grand strategy selection
69 bcgs growthshare matrix 9 bcgs growthshare growthshare matrix i
70 0 bcgs growthshare bcgs growthshare matrix growthshare matrix ii
71 underlying relationship between the new bcg and market share relationship between roi roi and market share in the in the new new bcg matrix 1 underlying relationship between roi and market share in
72 the lifecycle portfolio lifecycle portfolio matrix 2 the lifecycle
73 3 mckinsey 7s mckinsey 7s framework
74 4 managing the the strategyculture relationship managing the strategyculture
75 a typical budgeting system for controlling for controlling strategy controlling strategy implementation budgeting system for typical budgeting system 5 a typical
76 the primary determinant determinant of success strategy is the of success or 6 strategy is is the primary primary determinant of success or failure
77 7 strategic tactical various organizational levels tactical and operational views at various operational views at at various organizational and operational views strategic tactical and
78 8 greiners fivephase greiners fivephase growth fivephase growth model
79 and resources two 9 firms compete firms compete for resources two cases customers and resources compete for customers for customers and
80 intensity of competition 0 intensity of
81 and the priceperformance the priceperformance curve value and the 1 value and
82 functional strategy areas 2 functional strategy
83 forms for multinational 3 basic organizational for multinational operations organizational forms for basic organizational forms
84 4 types of types of acquisitions
85 and the life the life cycle strategic options and options and the 5 strategic options
86 attractivenesscompetitive position strategies 6 attractivenesscompetitive position
87 technology strategies for sustainable competitive advantage 7 technology strategies a sustainable competitive strategies for a for a sustainable
88 8 value propositions value propositions across across four quadrants propositions across four
89 the ansoff matrix 9 the ansoff
90 the customer growth 0 the customer customer growth matrix
91 elements of the combining elements of of the customer 1 combining elements customer growth matrix the customer growth
92 2 conceptual model for the evaluation of product innovation evaluation of product product innovation projects model for the conceptual model for the evaluation of
93 in various stadia alternative aims in aims in various various stadia of stadia of product 3 alternative aims of product development
94 core competence management competence management model 4 core competence
95 of the firm 5 core competencies the firm management link between the firm management cognition core competencies the between the economics the link between economics of the the economics of competencies the link
96 technical riskbusiness risk 6 technical riskbusiness riskbusiness risk model
97 typical industry experience industry experience curve experience curve strategies 7 typical industry
98 8 the cycle cycle of timingknowhow the cycle of of timingknowhow competition
99 and the new 9 disruption and the new 7ss disruption and the
100 pricequality competition moving competition moving up cycle pricequality competition up an escalation an escalation ladder moving up an 00 the cycle the cycle pricequality escalation ladder i
101 01 the cycle an escalation ladder escalation ladder ii competition moving up cycle pricequality competition moving up an the cycle pricequality up an escalation pricequality competition moving
102 02 the cycle up an escalation escalation ladder iii competition moving up moving up an cycle pricequality competition an escalation ladder pricequality competition moving the cycle pricequality
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