Eclectic Implementation Model - Explained
What is the Eclectic Implementation Model?
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Why is the Eclectic Implementation Model?
The Eclectic Implementation model states that strategy implementation is the integration of separately-developed, strategic variables into practice.
An implementation process (or model) must demonstrate the following variables:
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Logic - Logic is the use of facts, experience, and instinct in developing a rational framework for integrating strategy into the organization. It also allows for deductive construction (improving implementation through activities and sequences).
Operational - A model for implementation should be expressed in terms of operational and concrete actions that are tangible, verifiable, meaningful, and objective.
Economic - A model for implementation should be able to address complex process with efficiency an by employing a minimal number of variables.
Balanced - A model for implementation should balance theory and practice, facts and assumptions. It should indicates what to do and the implications of those actions.
Manageable - A manageable model for implementation must make complexity and uncertainty manageable within the limits of our cognitive abilities.
Efficient - The Efficiency of a model for implementation deals with resource and capability constraints. Thus, there are three forms of efficiency:
- Economic - Least financial costs
- Cognitive - Minimal decision making in the face of limited cognitive capabilities.
- Ethical - Decision and actions are carried out with the least intervention in a manner that prevents unexpected and harmful consequences for individuals.
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- Competition Profile Matrix
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- Value Creation Index
- Minimum Efficient Scale
- PEST(LE) Analysis
- Industry Lifecycle Analysis
- Company Lifecycle - Definition
- Porter's Five Forces
- Modes of Management
- External Factor Evaluation
- Business Performance Measurement
- Balanced Scorecard
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- Quality Management
- Action Profit Linkage Model
- Business Activity Monitoring
- Gap Analysis
- Strategy Diamond
- BCG Growth-Share Matrix
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- Value Reporting Framework
- Pyrrhic Victory