The Complete Business Frameworks Reference Guide is a comprehensive 350+ slide PowerPoint that covers 51 common management consulting frameworks and methodologies (listed below in alphabetical order). A detailed summary is provided for each business framework. The frameworks in this deck span across Corporate Strategy, Sales, Marketing, Operations, Organization, Change Management, and Finance.

You can preview and get it here:

https://flevy.com/browse/business-document/complete-business-frameworks-reference-guide-644

These frameworks and templates are the same used by top tier consulting firms. With this comprehensive document in your back pocket, you can find a way to address just about any problem that can arise in your organization. 

The level of detail varies by framework, depending on the nature of the management model. Examples, templates, and case studies are provided.

Full List of Business Frameworks & Management Methodologies:

1. ABC Analysis
2. Adoption Cycle ( Consumer Adoption Curve)
3. Ansoff Market Strategies
4. Balanced Scorecard
5. BCG Growth-Share Matrix
6. Benchmarking
7. Blue Ocean Strategy
8. Break-even Analysis
9. Business Unit Profitability
10. Economics of Scale 
11. Environmental Analysis
12. Experience Curve
13. Cluster Analysis
14. Company & Competitor Analysis
15. Consumer Decision Journey ( McKinsey Consumer Decision Journey)
16. Core Competence Analysis
17. Cost Structure Analysis
18. Customer Experience
19. Customer Satisfaction Analysis
20. Customer Value Proposition
21. Fiaccabrino Selection Process
22. Financial Ratios Analysis
23. Gap Analysis
24. Industry Attractiveness & Business Strength Assessment
25. Key Purchase Criteria
26. Key Success Factors (KSF)
27. Market Sizing & Share
28. McKinsey 7-S
29. Net Present Value
30. PEST Analysis
31. Porter Competition Strategies
32. Porter's Five Forces
33. Portfolio Strategies
34. Price Elasticity
35. Product Life Cycle
36. Product Substitution
37. Relative Cost Positioning
38. Rogers' Five Factors
39. Scenario Techniques
40. Scoring Models
41. Segment Attractiveness
42. Segmentation & Targeting
43. Six Thinking Hats
44. Stakeholder Analysis
45. Strengths & Weaknesses Analysis
46. Structure-Conduct-Performance (SCP)
47. SWOT Analysis
48. SWOT Strategies
49. Treacy / Wiersema Market Positioning
50. Value Chain Analysis
51. Venkat Matrix

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