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What is strategy without execution?  Merely theory.

A successful business requires both a well developed strategy and the ability to execute on that strategy.  Many companies develop robust strategies, but fail at operationalizing their strategies into implementable steps.

Flevy has just released a free primer on the topic Strategy Development and Strategy Execution.  It is a 54-slide deck that discusses 12 frameworks, spanning both strategy development and execution.

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Topics covered include: Porter’s Five Forces, Consolidation-Endgame Curve, Hoshin Kanri, Product Lifecycle, Consumer Adoption Curve, Balanced Scorecard, Blue Ocean Strategy, BCG Matrix, SWOT, PEST, Marketing Mix, and Organizational Hurdles.

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In previous articles, we have covered various PowerPoint template/diagram compilations that focus on business frameworks and management models.  Here are some examples:

This latest may be the biggest of them all — 100 Business Excellence Frameworks.  The total document spans close to 400 slides.

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Here is the full list of business excellence frameworks/methodologies covered:

  • 3 Cs Strategy Triangle
  • 4 Ps Marketing Mix
  • 5S Principles
  • 8D Problem Solving
  • Activity Based Costing
  • ADKAR Change Model
  • Agile Model
  • AHRI Model of Excellence
  • Ansoff’s Growth Matrix
  • APQC Benchmarking Methodology
  • ASTD Competency Model
  • Australian Business Excellence Framework
  • Balanced Scorecard
  • Baldrige Performance Excellence Model
  • BCG Matrix
  • Beer & Nohria’s E & O Theories
  • Blue Ocean Strategy
  • Branding Pentagram
  • Bridges’ Transition Model
  • Business Process Redesign
  • Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)
  • Cause & Effect Diagram
  • COBIT 5
  • COPC-2000
  • Cost of Quality
  • Covey’s Seven Habits
  • Covey’s Time Management Matrix
  • Crosby’s Law of 10
  • Curry’s Pyramid
  • De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats
  • Deming Cycle
  • Drucker’s Management By Objectives
  • DuPont Analysis
  • EFQM Business Excellence Model
  • Eight Types of Waste
  • Emotional Competence Framework
  • Five Principles of Lean
  • Four Stages of Contribution Model
  • Gemba Framework
  • Greiner’s Growth Model
  • Harmon’s Process-Strategy Matrix for Outsourcing
  • Harvard Model of Strategic HRM
  • Heinrich’s Rule on Safety
  • High-Impact Learning Organization
  • Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions
  • Hoshin Kanri Strategy Deployment
  • House of Gemba
  • IMPA HR Competency Model
  • ISO 9001 Quality Management
  • ISO/IEC 15504 (SPICE)
  • ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management Systems
  • IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL v3)
  • Kotter’s Eight Phases of Change
  • Kraljic’s Purchasing Model
  • Lean Leadership & Kaizen Model
  • Lean Levers
  • Lean Management Model (TPS)
  • Lean Maturity Model
  • Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team
  • Lewin’s Three Stage Change Model
  • MABA Analysis
  • McKinsey 7-S Framework
  • Mistake Proofing Process
  • NAPA Competency Model for HR Professionals
  • Nolan’s Stages of Growth for IT Systems
  • Ofman’s Core Quadrants
  • Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3)
  • PACE Prioritization Matrix
  • Payoff Evaluation Matrix
  • PDCA Problem Solving Process
  • People Capability Maturity Model (PCMM)
  • PEST Analysis
  • Porter’s Five Forces
  • PRINCE2 Project Management
  • Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Outsourcing Model
  • Scrum Model
  • Senge’s Five Disciplines
  • SERVQUAL
  • Shingo Model for Lean Transformation
  • SHRM Elements for HR Success
  • Six Sigma Methodology
  • Strategic Business Planning Methodology
  • Strategic Dialog
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Talent Management Framework
  • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
  • Total Quality Management
  • TRADE Best Practice Benchmarking Model
  • Training Within Industry (TWI)
  • Treacy & Wiersema Value Disciplines
  • Tuckman’s Model of Team Development Stages
  • Ulrich’s Five Rules for Leadership
  • Ulrich’s HR Competency Model
  • Ulrich’s Matrix on the Four Roles of HR
  • Ulrich’s Stages of Employee Connection to the Organization
  • Value Chain Model
  • Value Stream Mapping
  • Value-based Management
  • Xerox Benchmarking Model

This deck is a collection of PowerPoint diagrams and templates used to convey 100 different business excellence frameworks comprising key strategy, marketing and sales, finance, operations, IT, organization, change and HR models.

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LearnPPT has finally released a new business document. It’s called the Complete Consulting Frameworks Toolkit and that name is not an understatement.  The document is currently only available for download on Flevy.

This is a VERY comprehensive document with over 300+ slides–covering 50 common business frameworks and methodologies (listed below in alphabetical order). A detailed summary is provided for each framework. The included frameworks span across Corporate Strategy, Sales, Marketing, Operations, Organization, Change Management, and Finance.

Here is the full list of included frameworks and methodologies:

  1. ABC Analysis
  2. Adoption Cycle
  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. Core Competence Analysis
  16. Cost Structure Analysis
  17. Customer Experience
  18. Customer Satisfaction Analysis
  19. Customer Value Proposition
  20. Fiaccabrino Selection Process
  21. Financial Ratios Analysis
  22. Gap Analysis
  23. Industry Attractiveness & Business Strength Assessment
  24. Key Purchase Criteria
  25. Key Success Factors (KSF)
  26. Market Sizing & Share
  27. McKinsey 7-S
  28. Net Present Value
  29. PEST Analysis
  30. Porter Competition Strategies
  31. Porter’s Five Forces
  32. Portfolio Strategies
  33. Price Elasticity
  34. Product Life Cycle
  35. Product Substitution
  36. Relative Cost Positioning
  37. Rogers’ Five Factors
  38. Scenario Techniques
  39. Scoring Models
  40. Segment Attractiveness
  41. Segmentation & Targeting
  42. Six Thinking Hats
  43. Stakeholder Analysis
  44. Strengths & Weaknesses Analysis
  45. Structure-Conduct-Performance (SCP)
  46. SWOT Analysis
  47. SWOT Strategies
  48. Treacy / Wiersema Market Positioning
  49. Value Chain Analysis
  50. Venkat Matrix

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.

For other, more in-depth business methodology framework and methodology documents, take a look here:

Growth strategy is typically the crux of any organization’s business strategy. Achieving sustainable growth is a challenge faced by all companies, whether you’re just a startup or a gorilla.

There are several main barriers that inhibit continued growth. These include coming up with break-through innovations, execution challenges, and balancing growth at the expense of profitability.

In framing the growth challenge, there are typically 3 “horizons” a company must cross and overcome. The first is to extend and defend it core business. This is critical for near-term performance and, oftentimes, too much of a focus. Successfully growing through this horizon requires very strong operational managers and leadership. The second horizon is to build emerging businesses. The objective is to drive or invest in ventures that leverage or replicate the existing business model and capabilities. Successful navigation through this horizon requires entrepreneurial members and business builders. The final horizon focuses on creating viable options for future growth. This requires input from “visionaries” and unconventional thinkers.

LearnPPT has a comprehensive Growth Strategy toolkit, which discusses these growth challenge and presents several frameworks in addressing, creating, and managing sustainable business growth. You can find the document here:

This toolkit is 31 slides. It presents and compares the traditional approach to growth strategy, such as Porter’s Five Forces, to the newer age Blue Ocean Strategy methodology of creating an uncontested market. In addition, it lays out a framework for undertaking a growth strategy project initiative. (You can find a detailed description of the document at the bottom of this post.)

LearnPPT is a leading online resource for presentation materials. Its range of products range from PowerPoint templates to business strategy frameworks (like the one on pricing strategy). All documents were created for an by top management consulting firms. Since its founding in 2010, the LearnPPT documents have been used by customers in Fortune 500 companies, top MBA programs, and leading management consultancies across over 45 countries.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE GROWTH STRATEGY TOOLKIT

The Growth Strategy Strategy Toolkit is a 31-slide PowerPoint. It contains both instructional slides about growth strategy frameworks and editable templates. This document is divided into 4 sections:

  • Growth Challenge (6 slides)
  • Traditional Strategy Thinking (5 slides)
  • Modern Strategy Thinking (11 slides)
  • Growth Strategy Project (5 slides)

Growth Challenge
In this first section, we explain how all companies are faced with the challenge of achieving sustainable growth. Specific growth challenges and situations are identified and explained. We show how a successful company must navigate across 3 growth “horizons,” which involve both optimizing the existing core business and creating new ones. Specific barriers and paths to growth are enumerated.

Traditional Strategy Thinking
This section discusses the focus and thinking of traditional growth strategy frameworks, such as Porter’s Five Forces and the GE-McKinsey Matrix. There is a deep dive into Porter’s Five Forces, including template slide for presenting a Porter’s Five Forces analysis summary.

Modern Strategy Thinking
This third section is the largest section of the document. It includes a detailed comparison between Traditional Growth Strategy Thinking versus Modern Growth Strategy Thinking across the areas of industry, strategy, market, resources, among other components. The focus is on teaching the Blue Ocean Strategy framework, include the related topics of portfolio positioning, value identification, and value curves. Specific examples are provided, along with template slide for presenting a Value Curve analysis summary.

Growth Strategy Project
This final project teaches how to conduct an actual growth strategy project. A three-phase approach to strategy development is introduced. Specific work streams, activities, and deliverables are identified for each phase of the project. This is the same approach to conducting a growth strategy engagement used by many strategy consulting firms.