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Value Proposition

The Value Proposition Cell reflects the choices made by the business for the targeted customer segment, the kind of needs its product will serve and the prices at which its products will be offered. The value here, is a measure of all the benefits (tangible and intangible) that a customer receives from the product or service.

Who are the customers we are addressing?
What products/services will entice them?
Why do they behave in that manner?
What price point will make them enticed to respond?
Will you be able to offer them at that price? Why? Why not?
What methods adopted to create value for customers, investor, and employees?
How has it received by them?
How has the value translated to revenue (value capture)?

Most Effective Way to Understand the Customer is Journey Maps

By Clicking either Internal or External Dimensions, you will find out Cells and Dimensions that reflect Internal processes and External environmental competitive dynamics.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking a Cell, you will find out what each Cell means in the business management context. Moreover, it will probe you on questions that you should be asking yourself before making strategic decisions.

By Clicking either Internal or External Dimensions, you will find out Cells and Dimensions that reflect Internal processes and External environmental competitive dynamics.

By Clicking either Internal or External Dimensions, you will find out Cells and Dimensions that reflect Internal processes and External environmental competitive dynamics.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.

By Clicking the 5 Facets, you will select strategic decision areas, and in each, you will find out the respective Cells you need to consider in choosing strategies.