Assessing the economic value from capital and non-capital initiatives that impact the overall enterprise value chain is more complex than initiatives that impact individual functional areas or departments. For example, the benefits from upgrading an ERP system have many dependencies; and assessing the causes and effects requires a methodology to simplify the value creation assessment, and to effectively and practically measure the benefits of an enterprise application during and after implementation.
The ValueChange program provides an effective approach for assessing the positive impact on the overall value chain from technology and service investments. It also teaches specific examples of how streaming and improving the value chain and business processes result in various economic benefits— such as reductions in Fixed Costs (GS&A), Variable Costs (GoGS), and Cost Avoidance; as well as revenue increases and revenue protection. ValueChange teaches how to quantify value-chain operational benefits, and their impact on the income statement and balance sheet.
Who should attend? For any business area or operational manager in an enterprise that needs to assess and communicate the value created in an operational area; including, but not limited to, Manufacturing, H.R., Distribution and Logistics; as well as functional staffs such as Operational Excellence, Six Sigma, and Continuous Process Improvement.