Value Management

The new worldview, toolset, and way of working that transforms any commercial situation.

Combining flexible diagnostic processes, limitlessly-scalable online Diagnostics, and in-depth know-how, Value Management rapidly establishes, focuses on and delivers on the Things That Matter.

By trying to impose control or engineer change, conventional approaches are failing to do this, and the gap between the results needed and the results achieved is ever wider.

Value Management uniquely succeeds because – unlike such approaches – it is fully Complexity-aware, People-centred and Value-led.

Developed and refined for 35 years, Value Management achieves simplicity the other side of Complexity.

This new standard for how business needs to operate orients everything around purpose and value to:

  • Engage, motivate and change.
  • Be aligned, resilient and coherent.
  • Embed, spread and scale.

Leading companies are already adopting Value Management principles and practices – do you recognise that a new approach is needed and are you brave enough to embrace it?

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Learn more about Value Management:

  • Why it is needed and why it works – failed conventional approaches, complexity, people and value.
  • Where it has most impact – strategic relationships, collaborative working and contract management.
  • What it involves – the Things That Matter, Value Coding, ARC Diagnostics, Value Modes and Ecosystem & Lifecycle Positioning.
  • How it works – diagnostic processes and specific diagnostics, delivered as Value Journeys.

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