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Value Based Organisations: the Value Chain Approach

  • David Walters

Abstract

The student will be able to:
  • differentiate between alternative perspectives of value — the customer and the organisational views;

  • discuss the importance of value-in-use as a concept for effective planning;

  • understand the development of value chain theory and its application to strategic analysis.

Keywords

Supply Chain Consumer Surplus Trade Creditor Intangible Asset Operation Strategy 
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© David Walters 2002

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  • David Walters

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