Value Proposition Design
Now, more than ever, Australian manufacturers should be thinking about their businesses in a new way: how can I improve and transform my business, using digital technologies and business model innovation, to change the way I can create, deliver and capture value, be more resilient, cost competitive and future-ready?
A great value proposition is at the heart of every great business model: what value do we deliver to the customer, which customer problems do we solve, and which customer needs are we satisfying? Designing good value propositions is therefore an important step in the creation of new business models.
This webinar will help you on a journey towards crafting great value propositions through
(a) showing you how to define value proposition hypotheses
(b) providing you with frameworks to help understand what customers really want, and
(c) showing you how to validate value propositions in the market.
These frameworks will help you address customer jobs, pains points and gains with your product/service offerings.
This series is designed to support manufacturing & process related industries including Food & Beverage, Meat processing, Dairy, Agri-business, Defence, Pharmaceuticals etc.
The workshop is aimed at manufacturing business owners or senior leaders with the responsibility for the development and evolution of a company’s business model. There are limited places available.
Value Proposition Design for Industry 4.0 training will cover:
- What is a value proposition?
- Why a value proposition?
- Design & testing a value propositions
- Customer profile canvas
- Value proposition map/canvas
- Common mistakes
Businesses can use this time to find opportunities and test new ways of working, keep people motivated and engaged to transform their business.
Training date: 04/06/20; Starting time: 8:30am, duration 1hr
The training will be delivered virtually via webinar.
Further details to access the training will be provided after registration.
This training is being delivered in partnership with the Victorian Government, Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions.