The Value Flowchart BM 498 11211 Blackboard (1)

The Value Flowchart BM 498 11211 Blackboard (1) - The Value...

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The Value Flowchart Lee Tom Perry Business Management 498
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The Value Flowchart The Strategic Logic of the Value Flowchart (VFC) 2. VFC Strategic Objectives, Themes & Execution Goals Map of Current Strategy 4. Rate Your Current Strategy Worksheet -Keep? -Change? -Too close to call? 5. VFC Strategic Options Worksheet 6. VFC Strategy Executio n Map Execute Strategy Analyze Current Strategy Hold Current Position (i.e., strengthen and sustain competitive advantages ) K e p C h a n g VFC Next- Move Analysis Worksheet Too Close to Call 1. Industry Analysis Worksheet 3. Competing on Resources Worksheet
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The Value Flowchart How do you go about creating a tight connection between strategy and execution?
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The Value Flowchart The Value Flowchart Accomplish Strategic Objectives (i.e., Gain Sustainable Competitive Advantage) Create New Unique Value (i.e., Competitive Advantage) Craft a Unique Value Proposition Capture Superior Value (i.e., Economic Profit) Build Capacities and Capabilities to Create New Unique Value Sustain Competitive Advantage to Accomplish Strategic Objectives Compete and/or Cooperate to Capture Superior Value
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The Value Flowchart Winning Using the language of the Value Flowchart: Why do companies win? How do companies win? Publicans
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The Value Flowchart Why is a tight connection between strategy and execution important?
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The Value Flowchart The Value Flowchart VFC Strategy Port (A) (B) Craft a Unique Value Propositio n Create New Unique Value Accomplis h Strategic Objectives Build Capacities and Capabilities to Create New Unique Value Sustain Competitive Advantage to Accomplish Strategic Objectives Build Capacities and Capabilities to Create New Unique Value Compete and/or Cooperate to Capture Superior Value Sustain Competitive Advantage to Accomplish Strategic Objectives Compete and/or Cooperate to Capture Superior Value Capture Superior Value Craft a Unique Value Proposition Accomplish Strategic Objectives (i.e., Gain Sustainable Competitive Advantage Create New Unique Value (i.e., Competitive Advantage) Capture Superior Value (i.e., Economic Profit) Insert the VFC Execution Plug into the Strategy Port VFC Execution Plug
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The Value Flowchart The Value Creation and Capture Process: Either value is created at each link in the value chain or the link can be removed
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The Value Flowchart Talk to your neighbor for 2-3 minutes about: Unanswered questions about the Value Flowchart; or Any sources of confusion.
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The Value Flowchart Discussion Questions Why does a business need a strategic objective? Why is it important when creating a unique value proposition to balance value creation and value capture? In a dynamic business environment, why is it helpful to create multi-year strategy execution maps?
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The Value Flowchart New Strategic Themes Map for Construction Equipment Rental Network (CERN)
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The Value Flowchart Figure 3. CERN’s VFC Strategy Execution Map (Year 1)  1. Acquire 24 <$4M (US) businesses in Germany, Poland, and Estonia and
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BUS M 498 taught by Professor Rogermccarty during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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The Value Flowchart BM 498 11211 Blackboard (1) - The Value...

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