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Value Reference Framework on Value Modelling & Value Architecture
The Value Reference Framework is the essential starting point with guiding principles for any practitioner working with and around value aspects. It provides a structural concept around strategic value definitions e.g. value wants, value needs, value identification, value goals, value issues and problems. Therefore the Value Reference Framework is a basis of reference content to analyze, appraise, approximate, assess and capture a value objects and or value artifacts idea, design, plan, scheme and structure in order to understand the underlying value concept, thought, view, vision as well as perspective.
Government of Canada - Ensuring Value Identification, Value Creation and Value Realization
The Government of Canada case story on the importance of Value Engineering, Value Modelling and Value Architecture in driving transformation in a government. Working with Business Modelling and Business Architecture through the Value Objects and how to apply the Value Decomposition & Composition with examples of Value Modelling. Applying the captured objects from the maps and matrices into models: Example of a Value Measurements & Reporting Model and of a Value & Performance Management Model.
Novozymes Case Story: Aligning the Change and Driving the Value
Thomas Christian Olsen
Discover how Novozymes, the global leader in industrial biotechnology, bioinnovation, industrial enzymes production and microorganisms applied Enterprise Standards to define a state of the art Supply Chain Operating Model. Explore how the Novozymes Leadership team defined a growth strategy with focus on a customer-centric value chain, operating at lowest cost and focusing on a high performance culture. Learn also how they applied Enterprise Standards to outline an execution plan that links strategic objectives with operational execution and measurements.