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Margin: elements of value chain model
from deck Value Chain Presentation Diagrams (PPT Template)

Value Chain Model Elements – Margin

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide depicts components of a company's value chain divided into primary and support activities, highlighted by a turquoise diagonal stripe labeled 'Margin'. Each activity is represented by an icon: 'Firm Infrastructure' with a factory icon, 'HR Management' by a person, 'Technology Development' by gears, 'Procurement' by a clipboard, 'Inbound Logistics' by a delivery truck, 'Operations' with a factory conveyor, 'Outbound Logistics' by a delivering van, 'Marketing and Sales' by a money symbol, and 'Service' by a headset. The 'Margin' stripe illustrates that the created and captured value minus the cost of creating value equals profit margin.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a large, bold title at the top in a deep blue font.
  • A set of nine grey horizontal bars are arrayed in two columns, each with an icon aligned to the left and descriptive text to the right.
  • Icons corresponding to each value chain element: a factory, person, gears, clipboard, delivery truck, factory conveyor, delivering van, money symbol, and headset.
  • A prominent turquoise diagonal stripe bisects the slide, in between the two columns of elements, labeled with the word 'Margin' in white capital letters.
  • Two blocks of text to the right, explaining the concept of profit margin as the remainder of created and captured value after the cost of creating that value.
  • The general color palette of the slide is composed of greys, blue, and turquoise.

The slide has a balanced, professional appearance with a clear visual hierarchy. The division of content and use of icons make it easy to understand the relationship between components of the value chain and the idea of margin.

Use Cases

  • Explaining the value chain concept in a business strategy or operations management presentation.
  • Training sessions for employees to understand the various parts of the company's operations and their impact on profitability.
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  • Training sessions for employees to understand the various parts of the company's operations and their impact on profitability.

  • As part of a financial analysis to align costs with specific activities within the company and identify areas for improvement.
  • During a workshop or seminar on business models and efficiency to illustrate how different activities contribute to the overall margin.
  • In investor briefings to showcase how the organization manages its value chain and optimizes profit margins.

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