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Procurement component explaining value chain diagram
from deck Value Chain Presentation Diagrams (PPT Template)

Explaining Value Chain Elements - Procurement

Slide Content

The slide presents the procurement component of the value chain, explaining its role within the larger business context. The procurement block is highlighted, indicating a particular focus on this element. Firm infrastructure, HR management, and technology development are listed as supporting activities, with inbound logistics, operations, outbound logistics, marketing and sales, and service as primary activities. These elements together contribute to the company's margin, showcasing how procurement is integrated within the entire value chain.

Graphical Look

  • The slide features a large title at the top in bold font.
  • There is a distinct diagram that is shaped like an arrow, pointing to the right, representing the value chain.
  • The arrow diagram is divided into segments, each labeled with different aspects of the value chain.
  • One segment of the arrow diagram is highlighted in green, labeled "Procurement" to denote focus.
  • Each segment of the arrow diagram contains an icon that corresponds to the respective value chain element.
  • To the left, there is a green tab also labeled "Procurement" that stands out from the rest.
  • A text box to the left invites the insertion of a description, indicating it's a placeholder for further information.

The slide has a professional and clean design with a grey and green color scheme that emphasizes the procurement element. The visual representation of the value chain in an arrow shape effectively conveys the flow of activities in an organization.

Use Cases

  • Illustrating the concept of the value chain in a business strategy presentation.
  • Focusing on procurement in a company-wide training session about purchasing and supply chain management.
  • Analyzing each component of the value chain during a management meeting to identify areas for improvement.
  • Demonstrating the interconnectedness of various operational elements to stakeholders or investors.

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