The Aristotle Model of Communication can roughly be divided into five elements. The speaker is the most important element, making this model a speaker-oriented model. It is the speaker's task to give a speech to the public. The role of the audience is passive. This makes the Aristotle Model of Communication a one-way model, from speaker to receiver.
Berlo’s SMCR Model of Communication represents the process of communication in its simplest form. The acronym SMCR stands for Sender, Message, Channel, and Receiver.
Handy Model of Organisational Culture, developed by Charles Handy and Roger Harrison is a model which sets out four basic organisational types. It shows how power is distributed and the specific levels of cooperation.
Burndown chart is a simple graph that allow the progress of projects to be monitored. Burndown charts consist of different parts that are very useful for both the project manager and the project members.
An activity log is a document that describes how, where and when time is spent. An activity log can be used for business purposes, but can also be advantageous for tracking activities in other situations.
The Vroom Yetton Jago Decision Model is a model for decision-making that's based on situational leadership. The model can be used by everyone, irrespective of rank or position and helps to choose the right management style in various decision situations.
The Henry Mintzberg Organizational Configurations are the foundation for various classifications of organisations. Henry Mintzberg is an authority in the field of organisational structures and design.
An Action Plan or Action Programme is a detailed plan with specified actions that are needed to achieve a goal. An Action Plan can also consist of a series of steps that must be taken to successfully complete a certain strategy.
The Business Motivation Model (BMM) gives an organisation the possibility to develop an organised business plan that takes into account all facets of business strategy.
Train the Trainer is a model that’s often used in the workplace. The trainer trains other employees and at the same time teaches them to train others. The training programme is intended for (starting) trainers, teachers and educators to optimise and professionalise their current method.