The value chain allows managers and directors of organizations the real situation of the company and this contributes to making decision making more timely, effective and secure.
Value Chain Coaching
Now that it is clear that the value chain is important for your company, the question remains: what needs to be done to implement it in your business organization? Some skills can make a big difference when implementing the value chain and Coaching can be a powerful ally in this process.
Coaching is a set of methodologies and techniques from the most varied areas of the humanities. The focus of Coaching is to promote the development of skills that allow the achievement of goals in a short period of time. It is important to say that they can be personal, professional and even company-related objectives as it applies in this case. You can Keep reading about more such methods here.
But, what are the skills that managers and directors need to develop to apply the value chain in their companies? Are they:
- Emotional intelligence
- People management
- Strategic planning
- Effective communication
- Listening in essence
- Time management
- Systemic view
These are some of the many skills developed through Coaching training. To learn more about training that can contribute to your company’s value chain, click here . IBC is the only Coaching school in the country with ISO 9001 certification, which attests to the quality of its training and the effectiveness of its teaching methodology.
Now, tell us: is the value chain already a reality in your company? How the implementation and what was were the results obtained? Tell us a little about your experience and your opinion on the topic below. Spread the knowledge.
Buying raw materials, producing, storing and selling are some of the main activities carried out within a supply chain. However, if analyzed only as part of a unilateral path, they fail to explain the complexity of the process. Therefore, to go further, it is necessary to approach the concept of value chain, since it covers the aspects that provide a product with competitive advantage.
But what are these aspects?
It is that something more, that is, the differential that one product has in relation to the other and what makes it unique or even better. Let us be more specific: quality of raw material, demand, consumer preferences and costs of processes are some of the elements that have specific value within a process and that can provide a competitive advantage for the industry.
Let’s explain it better using an example from the food industry: a company processes meat and buys only animals from small farmers, prioritizing hormone-free raw materials and from a good treatment during creation.