Value Net vs. Value Chain

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Value Net vs. Value Chain
Shabnam Nazelian, Student (University), Iran, Member
What is the difference between the "value net" and the "value chain"?
 

 
Value Net and Value Chain
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
Hi Shabnam, look here for more info on the value chain, a well known model by Porter.
 

 
Value Net versus Value Chain
Himanshu, Student (University), United Arab Emirates, Member
Value Net Model talks about cooperation and coopetition to maximize the market share (inspired by Porter's 5 forces)
Value chain is about analyzing and optimizing all activities and processes within a firm.
 

 
Value Chain versus Value Net
Younis Jabarzadeh, Project Manager, Iran, Member
Hi Shabnam, we can say that the Value Chain is part of a Value Net. A value chain is a sequence of functions operating in order to produce a value (product or service) for customers. Imagine a car making company from mines and steel factories, various parts manufacturers, assembly line, dealers and customers. This semi- series line can be called a value chain (compatible with the vertical pivot in the above chart. The main players or actors in a value chain are suppliers, company and customers. But in value net we may have other players like competitors who may be included in other value chains (different from ours).
 

     
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