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The Little Book of Big Management Theories

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89 management theories from the world’s best management thinkers – the fast, focussed and express route to success.

Table of Contents

  1. COVER
  2. TITLE PAGE
  3. CONTENTS
  4. DEDICATION
  5. ABOUT THE AUTHORS
  6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  7. INTRODUCTION
  8. HOW TO GET THE MOST OUT OF THIS BOOK
  9. SECTION 1: HOW TO MANAGE PEOPLE
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 1: FAYOL’S 14 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT: PART 1 – STRUCTURE AND CONTROL
    3. THEORY 2: FAYOL’S 14 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT: PART 2 – WORKING RELATIONSHIPS
    4. THEORY 3: TAYLOR AND SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT
    5. THEORY 4: MAYO AND THE HAWTHORNE EXPERIMENTS
    6. THEORY 5: URWICK’S TEN PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
    7. THEORY 6: DRUCKER ON THE FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT
    8. THEORY 7: MCGREGOR’S X AND Y THEORY
    9. THEORY 8: PETERS AND WATERMAN’S THEORY OF MANAGEMENT
    10. THEORY 9: COVEY’S SEVEN HABITS™ OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE PEOPLE
    11. THEORY 10: MANAGEMENT BY WALKING ABOUT (MBWA)
    12. A FINAL WORD ON MANAGEMENT THEORIES
  10. SECTION 2: HOW TO LEAD PEOPLE
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 11: TRAIT THEORY
    3. THEORY 12: THE MICHIGAN AND OHIO STUDIES – BASIC STYLE THEORY
    4. THEORY 13: BLAKE AND MOUTON’S LEADERSHIP GRID
    5. THEORY 14: ADAIR’S ACTION-CENTRED LEADERSHIP
    6. THEORY 15: FIEDLER’S CONTINGENCY THEORY
    7. THEORY 16: HERSEY AND BLANCHARD’S SITUATIONAL LEADERSHIP THEORY
    8. THEORY 17: BURNS’ TRANSACTIONAL LEADERSHIP THEORY
    9. THEORY 18: DANSEREAU, GRAEN AND HAGA’S LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE (LMX) THEORY
    10. THEORY 19: HOUSE’S CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP THEORY
    11. THEORY 20: BURNS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP (TL) THEORY
    12. THEORY 21: BASS AND TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP (TL) THEORY
    13. THEORY 22: BENNIS AND NANUS’ TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP (TL) THEORY
    14. A FINAL WORD ON LEADERSHIP THEORIES
  11. SECTION 3: HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUR STAFF
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 23: MASLOW’S HIERARCHY OF NEEDS THEORY
    3. THEORY 24: ALDERFER’S EXISTENCE, RELATEDNESS AND GROWTH (ERG) THEORY
    4. THEORY 25: MCCLELLAND’S ACHIEVEMENT AND ACQUIRED NEEDS THEORY
    5. THEORY 26: HERZBERG’S MOTIVATION AND HYGIENE THEORY
    6. THEORY 27: ADAMS’ EQUITY THEORY
    7. THEORY 28: VROOM’S EXPECTANCY THEORY
    8. THEORY 29: THE HACKMAN AND OLDHAM JOB CHARACTERISTIC MODEL
    9. THEORY 30: ERNST’S OK CORRAL MODEL
    10. THEORY 31: BERNE’S THEORY OF TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS
    11. A FINAL WORD ON MOTIVATION THEORIES
  12. SECTION 4: HOW TO BUILD AND MANAGE TEAMS
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 32: BELBIN’S TEAM ROLES
    3. THEORY 33: MACCOBY’S GAMESMAN THEORY
    4. THEORY 34: LIKERT’S THEORY OF TEAM MANAGEMENT STYLES
    5. THEORY 35: DREXLER/SIBBET TEAM PERFORMANCE MODEL
    6. THEORY 36: HOMAN’S THEORY OF GROUP FORMATION
    7. THEORY 37: TUCKMAN’S GROUP DEVELOPMENT SEQUENCE MODEL
    8. THEORY 38: WHEELAN’S INTEGRATED MODEL OF GROUP DEVELOPMENT
    9. THEORY 39: LOCKE’S GOAL SETTING THEORY
    10. A FINAL WORD ON TEAM THEORIES
  13. SECTION 5: HOW TO ANALYSE ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 40: HANDY’S MODEL OF ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE
    3. THEORY 41: DEAL AND KENNEDY’S RISK AND FEEDBACK MODEL
    4. THEORY 42: MORGAN’S ORGANISATIONAL METAPHORS
    5. THEORY 43: GRAVES’ CULTURAL LEADERSHIP THEORY
    6. THEORY 44: SCHEIN’S THREE LEVELS OF ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE
    7. THEORY 45: JOHNSON AND SCHOLES’ CULTURAL WEB
    8. THEORY 46: HOFSTEDE’S SIX CROSS-ORGANISATIONAL DIMENSIONS
    9. THEORY 47: HARGREAVES AND BALKANISED CULTURES
    10. A FINAL WORD ON ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE THEORIES
  14. SECTION 6: HOW TO MANAGE CHANGE
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 48: KÜBLER-ROSS’S CHANGE CYCLE
    3. THEORY 49: SHEWHART’S PLAN–DO–CHECK–ACT (PDCA) MODEL
    4. THEORY 50: LEWIN’S UNFREEZE–CHANGE–REFREEZE MODEL
    5. THEORY 51: LEWIN’S FORCE FIELD ANALYSIS
    6. THEORY 52: KOTTER’S EIGHT-STEP APPROACH TO CHANGE
    7. THEORY 53: MOSS KANTER AND CHANGE MASTERS
    8. THEORY 54: BURKE-LITWIN’S DRIVERS FOR CHANGE
    9. THEORY 55: EGAN’S SHADOW-SIDE THEORY
    10. A FINAL WORD ON CHANGE MANAGEMENT THEORIES
  15. SECTION 7: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 56: JOHNSON AND SCHOLES’ SEVEN STAGES OF STRATEGIC PLANNING
    3. THEORY 57: ANSOFF’S MODERNIST APPROACH TO STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
    4. THEORY 58: PETERS AND WATERMAN’S POST-MODERNIST APPROACH TO STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
    5. THEORY 59: QUINN, HAMEL AND PRAHALAD: THE NEW MODERNIST APPROACH
    6. THEORY 60: THE BOSTON CONSULTING GROUP MATRIX MODEL
    7. THEORY 61: THE MCKINSEY 7-S FRAMEWORK MODEL
    8. THEORY 62: JOHNSON, SCHOLES AND WITTINGHAM’S STAKEHOLDER MAPPING THEORY
    9. THEORY 63: PORTER’S VALUE CHAIN THEORY
    10. THEORY 64: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES THEORY
    11. THEORY 65: SWOT ANALYSIS
    12. THEORY 66: PEST/PESTLE ANALYSIS
    13. THEORY 67: SCENARIO PLANNING
    14. A FINAL WORD ON STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT THEORIES
  16. SECTION 8: HOW TO MANAGE QUALITY
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 68: DEMING’S SEVEN DEADLY DISEASES
    3. THEORY 69: JURAN’S QUALITY TRILOGY
    4. THEORY 70: CROSBY’S MATURITY GRID
    5. THEORY 71: PETERS, WATERMAN AND AUSTIN’S EXCELLENCE MODEL
    6. THEORY 72: ISHIKAWA’S FISHBONE MODEL
    7. THEORY 73: IMAI’S KAIZEN 5S HOUSEKEEPING THEORY
    8. THEORY 74: THE BENCHMARKING MATRIX
    9. THEORY 75: THE EXCELLENCE MODEL
    10. A FINAL WORD ON QUALITY MANAGEMENT THEORIES
  17. SECTION 9: HOW TO EXERCISE AUTHORITY, POWER AND INFLUENCE
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 76: WEBER’S TRIPARTITE CLASSIFICATION OF AUTHORITY
    3. THEORY 77: FRENCH AND RAVEN’S SOURCES OF POWER THEORY
    4. THEORY 78: SOURCES OF INFLUENCE
    5. THEORY 79: MACHIAVELLI’S GUIDE TO SURVIVAL
    6. THEORY 80: RONSON’S PSYCHOPATH TEST
    7. A FINAL WORD ON AUTHORITY, POWER AND INFLUENCE THEORIES
  18. SECTION 10: THE BEST OF THE REST – A MISCELLANY OF GREAT IDEAS FOR MANAGERS
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. THEORY 81: THE PARETO PRINCIPLE
    3. THEORY 82: THE EISENHOWER PRINCIPLE
    4. THEORY 83: THOMAS AND KILMANN’S CONFLICT RESOLUTION MODEL
    5. THEORY 84: GRINDER AND BANDLER’S NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING (NLP) FILTERING THEORY
    6. THEORY 85: GOLEMAN’S THEORY OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
    7. THEORY 86: BOYD’S OODA LOOP
    8. THEORY 87: LUFT AND INGRAM’S JOHARI WINDOWS
    9. THEORY 88: SMART GOALS
    10. THEORY 89: THE MCNAMARA FALLACY
    11. A FINAL WORD ON THE BEST OF THE REST
  19. THE ONE THEORY THAT SHALL RULE THEM ALL, AND WHY WE PICKED IT
  20. A VERY FINAL WORD
  21. FURTHER READING
  22. INDEX
  23. IMPRINT