The need of the hour is a paradigm shift to understand reality as it really is, devoid of all assumed standards built up under exotic names by the self serving counterpart of humanity.
While construction of value system involves analysis, implementation is all about action. With an understanding of how a Value System is constructed, the entrepreneur can now strategize how Value can be realised through the Value System
It is very rare to find a single organization being able to deliver the complete set of the Value Curve on its own. A Value System (i.e. a chain of organisations that contribute specific value to the value curve) is put together for this purpose.
The primary vehicle for delivering the value promised by business idea is the Value Chain of an organisation and hence an understanding of the concepts and principles of the Value Chain would be beneficial for an entrepreneur.
Studies have found that two-thirds to three-quarters of large organisations struggle to implement strategies. A survey of more than 400 global CEOs which reported that executional excellence was number one challenge facing corporate leaders in Asia, Europe and the United States, heading a list of 80 issues, including innovation, geopolitical instability, and the top line growth.
Since strategies exist at various levels of the organization, the strategic plans also exist at all levels. Though the scope and scale of plans, thinking, and managerial activity varies; all plans have two fundamental aspects: ends and means — what is to be achieved and how it is to be achieved.
The opportunities can be viewed from two lenses. First, an internal lens from the business side, and second, an external lens which focuses on macro environment, industry & consumers.