Porter's Value Chain

June 20, 2014
Ultimately, success in business depends on finding your competitive advantage, which is to say that which makes you superior to your competitors and is perceived as valuable by your customers.  One approach for figuring that out is through value chain analysis, as developed by Michael Porter.  The value chain is a sequence of activities that exist in almost every business. The question is , what value each of activity holds to the business.
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‪Porter's Value Chain‬‏ - YouTube

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Value Chain Analysis Explained - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaJFJ4vxt2M

Using Porter's Value Chain

http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newSTR_66.htm

‪The integrated supply chain, the value chain, Porter model - Procurement training - Purchasing‬‏ - YouTube

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‪Porter's Value Chain In the Dell Corp‬‏ - YouTube

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Business Architects: What’s at the “core”?

What is the most important part of that model? It’s the bottom-half, illustrated as the “primary activities” or value chain. Porter is smart enough to avoid the word “core” because it has the connotation of “in the center” when he wanted to illustrate that value chains are not “in the center.” They traverse “end-to-end”.
http://eavoices.com/2014/04/05/business-architects-whats-at-the-core/
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