How to apply the value chain? Activities and Linkages


 
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How to apply the value chain? Activities and Linkages
Al
The value chain has two types of activities which are the primary activities and the support activities. I can remember all the elements in these two activities. However I have difficulty in applying them. Are there any linkages between these two activities?
 

 
Linkages are Key
Marc
The linkages are the key. Wal-Mart is a great example. Their distribution network is "inbound logistics." However, they gain great leverage by link...
 

 
Value Chain Activities
Amna
V good question...
 

 
Primary and Support Activities
Hannie
According to Porter, the primary activities are involved in the physical creation of the product and its sale and transfer to the buyer as well...
 

 
How Value Chain can be used for Cost Advantage
Jaap de Jonge, CEO, Netherlands, Editor
In his book Competitive Advantage, Porter gives a detailed description of a Strategic
 

 
Creation of Cost Advantage from Value chain
Sidra Lodhi
The basis purpose of doing Value chain Analysis is to reduce the cost and developing the competitive advantage. So emphasize will be on reducing the c...
 

 
The Value is in the Linkages
James Gunn
The linkages are often where the value is created. In my experience, look for improvements between organisations, along the value chain, first ...
 

 
Extend the Value Chain Model with the APQC Process Classification
Arthur Panton, Consultant, Kenya, Member
It is useful to augment Value Chain classification with the APQC Process Classification Framework. In my experience, the Value Chain serves as the Dom...
 

 
 


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