According to businessnewsdaily.com “The value chain analysis involves identifying each part of the value chain and seeing where improvements can be made either from a production standpoint or a cost perspective to ensure consumers are getting the most bang for their buck. When consumers are getting the most out of a product for the cheapest cost, businesses will benefit in the long run.”
So, how do businesses decide what improvements add real value to their services? This is where value chain analysis comes into picture. Managers rely on time-tested value chain models such as Porter’s Value Chain Model to arrive at an appropriate product/service enhancement process. Busy professionals can take advantage of ready-to-use value chain PowerPoint template to put together a quick presentation.
At 24point0, we have professionally designed value chain models to help businesses analyze and improvise their value chains.
Take a look at how a life insurance company can use value chain analysis diagrams.
1) This diagram can be used to identify the opportunity for mobility in the insurance value chain.
2) Take this example below to explain to senior management, the insurance value chain from a customer’s perspective.
3) This value chain diagram below shows how a life insurance company plans to manage complex issues.
4) This value chain cloud below is an unusual example of explaining the value chain concept visually without employing the expected/industry models of the value chain analysis.
Take a look at our value chain slides in the video below.
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