Yes, you CAN measure - and communicate - the value of information products and services.
Document the value chain, and transform the way you think about, manage and report on your product portfolio and your information service contributions to your organisation goals.
In these resources you'll find sample analyses of: Efficiency · Innovation · Generating revenue · Risk management · Transparency · Making smarter decisions.
You can advance your information strategy with the practical activities and research insights in Jinfo's Focus areas when you become a client.
Contact me to discuss your unique needs, and we can map our methods and experience to address your opportunities and challenges".
Work on your own – Content
Use the activities outlined and described in these articles to analyse, develop and report on your contributions to value in your organisation
How do other information teams do it? Community dialogue
There's no "right" way to analyse your Value Chain. Jinfo Community sessions offer the opportunity to discuss the process, challenges and results with peers. Anonymised notes available from these past sessions:
Jinfo Consulting on Value Chain
Analysing your Value Chain is one of the most important fundamentals you can master.
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"We engaged with Jinfo Consulting to conduct Value Chain analysis to understand how our customers generate revenue and where our services in the research group add the most value. After working through the analysis, it was clear where we could best help the business grow value – and demonstrate to them our value. As a result, we were able to fine-tune our strategy, services and outreach. We are now building core services specific to the parts of the Value Chain where we have the greatest impact."
Information Manager, insurance industry