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Value chain model item - firm infrastructure
from deck Value Chain Presentation Diagrams (PPT Template)

Explaining Value Chain Elements - Firm Infrastructure

Slide Content

The slide is aimed at explaining the different elements of the value chain with a focus on "Firm Infrastructure." It details the primary activities such as Inbound Logistics, Operations, Outbound logistics, Marketing and Sales, and Service, and the support activities, which includes HR Management, Technology Development, and Procurement. Each primary activity is essential for delivering products to customers, whereas support activities are crucial for maintaining the company's operations efficiently.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a palette of blues and grays.
  • A factory-like icon at the very top represents value chain concept.
  • The slide title is prominently displayed at the top in bold text.
  • To the left, a large text area labeled "Firm Infrastructure" allows for additional descriptions or notes.
  • The main body of the slide is divided into labeled sections, each representing an element of the value chain.
  • Each value chain element is paired with a descriptive icon: human silhouette for HR, gears for Technology Development, and a clipboard for Procurement.
  • There are additional icons for the primary activities below: a truck for Inbound Logistics, factory for Operations, vehicle for Outbound Logistics, "S" dollar sign for Marketing and Sales, and handshake for Service.
  • The right side features a shaded area with the word "Margin" indicating the result of these activities.

The slide has a professional and systematic look with its organized structure and relevant icons. The color scheme provides a clear distinction between different sections and focuses attention on the main topic.

Use Cases

  • Presenting an overview of a company's value chain in a business strategy meeting.
  • Educational purposes, such as teaching business students about the components of a value chain.
  • Internal training sessions for employees to understand how their roles fit into the larger company process.
  • Consulting presentations to help clients identify areas of improvement within their firm infrastructure.

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