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Content of value chain diagram
from deck Value Chain Presentation Diagrams (PPT Template)

Content of Value Chain Model Explanation Template

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide outlines the sections included in a series of diagrams that explain the value chain model. It begins with the definition of the "Value Chain," moving on to its essential "Elements." The next sections deal with practical steps for using the model and the interconnected subactivities of primary and support activities. The sequence continues with understanding the "Reliance between The Elements," ways to "Increase Value," and concludes with comparing changes to "Generic Strategies" and a "Priority of Changes Diagram."

Graphical Look

  • Title is placed at the top in large, bold font, colored dark blue.
  • A turquoise horizontal banner under the title features text, "Value Chain Explanation Diagrams," in white capital letters.
  • A list of eight items is aligned to the left, each starting with a number followed by a topic description.
  • To the right side, there is a circular icon featuring a representation of a money bag and graph lines connecting square nodes.
  • The icon has a teal circle border, and its elements are in gray and teal.
  • The background of the slide is white.
  • A decorative bracket-like shape in dark blue is located on the left edge, partially overlaying the text area.

The slide presents a clean and professional look with a balanced use of white space and color highlights. The icon adds a visual element to the otherwise text-heavy slide, providing a break for the audience's focus.

Use Cases

  • Introducing the concept of the value chain in a business strategy or operations management presentation.
  • Explaining each component of a value chain during an educational seminar or workshop.
  • Guiding a team through the process of analyzing their organization's value chain during a strategic planning meeting.
  • Using as a reference in a consulting presentation to suggest improvements in a client's value creation process.

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