This is the most basic and fundamental of models. It could be used for a startup or an already existing company (regardless of size). It helps understand most aspects of a company at one glance of the model. To me, value proposition and revenue streams are key.
"Governance, Risk, and Compliance process through control, definition, enforcement, and monitoring has the ability to coordinate and integrate these initiatives." A 3-in-1 model that covers all the elements that SHOULD become part of any company's base: Governance, Risk and Compliance.
This is classic for those who are interested in Strategic Leadership etc. Think of Steve Jobs using this model in 1997 when he came back to turnaround the company by changing product development, reshuffling the BOD's and revitalising innovativeness within Apple's culture and Narayan Murthy in 2013 when he is called back to look at tumbling share prices and decline of IT services industry in India as such.
Dragon's den way of calculating the value of a company or a project or an idea that the participants have bought forward. This is the usual norm amongst most venture capitalists and the small notebooks they use are usually combinations of ROI and IRR and a payback period for their investment against the value of the company !
SPACE: a fairly self explanatory model which stands for Strategic Position and ACtion Evaluation. The analysis allows to create an idea of the appropriate business strategy for the enterprise. The analysis assesses the internal and external envrionment and allows to design an appropriate strategy.
The innovation matrix. I disagree with this example where it says Apple is a sustaining innovation example. I think it fits into disruption more and then goes on to sustaining its product line by continuous reiteration.