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3C Model by Kenichi Ohmae

3C Model

The 3C Model by Kenichi Ohmae, a famous Japanese business strategist, is a business model to determine strategy by looking at three success factors: • The Customer • The Corporation • The Competition By integrating the three C’s (Customer, Competitor and Company) a sustainable competitive advantage can exist. Ohmae refers to these . . . Read more

Spiderweb method

Spiderweb method

The spiderweb method helps to identify the identity and image of an organization. It was originally developed by Bernstein in 1986 and later extensively described by Van Riel. The method is a creative work form in which the ideas and images of each participant equally weighted. The spiderweb method offers . . . Read more

The Lean Startup

The Lean Startup

The lean startup is a management methodology for startups to develop an idea into a business. The lean startup was created by Eric Ries and offers a different perspective on business strategy. The model indicates that startups do not exist only to make money as quickly as possible, but to . . . Read more

Three Horizons of Growth by McKinsey

Three horizons

The Three Horizons framework by McKinsey & Company offers a way to manage both current and future opportunities for growth. McKinsey & Co. discovered that there were common factors amongst companies achieving an excess of 30% growth in each year for ten years. When analyzed, McKinsey identified three horizons on which . . . Read more

Jenning’s 70:20:10 Framework

70:20:10 Framework

The 70:20:10 Framework is a learning and development model by the Australian engineer Charles Jennings. The model explains the relationship between three types of learning: experimental learning, social learning and formal learning. The numbers in the framework are a reminder that the majority of learning is by experiencing and exposure. The . . . Read more

SWOT Analysis

SWOT analysis

The word SWOT is an abbreviation of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. The SWOT analysis combines internal and external factors to offer an overview of a company’s state of affairs. The underlying idea is that management should use combinations of strengths and opportunities and avoid combinations of weaknesses and threats. . . . Read more