Based on our value propositions what kinds of activities are key to our business?
What kinds of activities are key to our distribution channels?
What kinds of activities are important if we want to maintain our customer relationships?
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Planning and Managing an Evaluation
Defining Evaluation Questions and Measurement Standards
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Defining Evaluation Questions
1. Electricity can pass through molten lead(II) bromide because of the presence of
a. free electrons
b. moveable ions
c. moveable atoms
d. lead metal
2. When a dilute salt water is electrolysed, a colorless gas is given off at the anode. The gas is
Stakeholder Participation in Monitoring and
It provides guidance and options for staff to improve planning, monitoring and
evaluation activities in the context of results based programme management. This
tool clarifies the signi
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4. VALUE PROPOSITIONS
- How does your product or service meet the needs of your customers?
explain how your product solves customers problems, needs or improves
- Deliver specific benefits (quantified value),
1. If a real estate agent received a commission of 6 percent of the selling price of a certain house, what was the
selling price of the house?
(1) The selling price minus the real estate agent's commission was $84,600.
(2) The selling price was 250 percen
A business model focused on reducing costs.
A business which is cost-driven focuses on creating a lean cost structure through offering cheaply
priced value propositions, a high degree of automation, and outsourcing of costly fun
2.7 EXERCISE 1 Extraction of Iron
What is introduced into the top of the blast furnace?
What is introduced lower down the blast furnace?
How is the furnace heated? (give an equation)
What is the main reducing agent and how is it
1. A gas station sells regular gasoline for $2.39 per gallon and premium gasoline for $2.79 per gallon. If
the gas station sold a total of 550 gallons of both types of gasoline in one day for a total of $1,344.50,
how many gallons of premium gasoline were
- Thinking that you have enough information. If you do, youre right and if you dont
- Thinking that you DONT have enough information. If you dont, then youre right and if
you do youre wrong.
Realize that budget is negligible: Customers discount will wow customers and keep them coming back
Utilize surprise reciprocity: surprising the customer with discounts or a free add-ons.
Make it personal: Provide a personal service to the custom
6. KEY PARTNERSHIPS
- Which partnerships are critical to our business?
- Who are our critical suppliers?
- Which of our suppliers and partners are sourcing
our key resources?
- What type of partnerships would suit our needs?
- What is the best cluster/ su
How do you deliver your products to your customers.
WHICH CHANNEL TO CHOOSE?
- Competency? Know how, when and where.
- Efficiency? low costs
- Effectiveness coverage and quality
- Control Network, timing and focus
- Network (Increased custom
Factors to Consider During Customer Segmentation
- Income Level
- Personal preferences (diet, transportation, habits)
Focus on one line of Product and service
Multiple related lines of pro
Through which Channels do our Customer Segments want to be reached?
How are we reaching them now?
How are our Channels integrated?
Which ones work best?
Which ones are most cost-efficient?
How are we integrating them with customer routines?
5. KEY RESOURCES
What Key Resources do our Value Propositions require?
What Key Resources do our Distribution Channels require?
What Key Resources do our Customer Relationships require?
What Key Resources do our Revenue Streams require?
Resources allow an
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