The five stages of decline, described by Jim Collins, also known as the five stages of organisational decline, are a concept from the book How the Mighty Fall.
Systematic Inventive Thinking (SIT) is a thinking methodology where creativity takes centre stage. It contains five thinking patterns that humans have used for thousands of years.
The McKinsey Three Horizons of Growth model gives organisations step-by-step insights into their growth and the achievement of their ultimate strategic goal
Simons Levers of Control model contains four instruments that can serve as a lever to better control an organisation, meant to achieve strategic objectives.
The Nadler-Tushman congruence model is a diagnostic tool for organisations that evaluates how well the various elements within these organisations work together.
Reactive decision making is associated with making quick or immediate decsions under pressure. These decisions occur in business but also in everyday life.
Insourcing means that instead of outsourcing business activities to other parties, activities and tasks are now conducted in-house.
The Leavitt's Diamond Model gives insight into a company's critical success factors based on four components: structure, tasks, people, technology.
Jay Galbraith’s Star Model is a framework developed by Jay Galbraith that is used in the development of organisations as a basis for design choices.
The CAGE Distance Framework is a tool that can be used to uncover important differences between various countries that companies should take into account when deciding on their strategy.