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More Value Chain Model Examples and Templates

Value Chain Analysis Example

Value Chain Analysis Example

Porters Value Chain Model

Porters Value Chain Model

Value Chain Model

Value Chain Model

Finance Acquisition Value Chain Model

Finance Acquisition Value Chain Model

Value Chain

Value Chain

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Guide and Best Practices

A Value Chain is a strategic analytical and decision-support tool that highlights the bases where businesses can create value for their customers and optimize the value creation process.

How to create a value chain diagram

  • Identify the scope of the analysis, if it’s the entire organization or a subset of process(es) / product(s).
  • Identify activities inside for the given scope, plot these on a value chain model diagram in Creately.
  • Invite others who are relevant to this, to collaborate and contribute to the model.
  • Identify value that’s created by each activity. Identify value factors in each activity. Use icons/colors/comments or markers to indicate value factors for each activity.
  • Alternatively create separate detailed flowcharts for each main activity in another set of diagrams and link them to the main diagram.
  • Identify what you would like to change in each activity. You can use comments or other sets of shapes to keep track of these visually.
  • Identify priorities for the changes you want to make. Pick the easy wins first to increase customer value.
  • Include the drawn model in another value chain analysis document with your notes or use the Creately Value Chain Analysis model as the working document while you collaborate with others to implement the plan.
  • Embed your value chain model in necessary documents, company wikis or PowerPoint presentations so everyone can easily track the progress.

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Value Chain Example

Value Chain Example

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Value Proposition Diagram

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Value Proposition Canvas Example

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Porters Five Forces Analysis

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VRIO Model

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Supplier Chain Process Flow

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