Jinfo Webinar Value Chain (step two - how well do you know the Value Chain?)
Jinfo Webinar

26th August 2021

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[Focus: Value Chain]


Most information teams know more than they may realise about their users and what they are trying to accomplish. But there is nothing like first-hand information from the people you support. 

The next activity is to conduct research with your users to test your assumptions about their workflows and what they value, so that you can:

  • Validate your hypotheses about the components of success
  • Fill in your knowledge about how your audiences act, think and operate
  • Get the overview of accomplishment that all relevant teams are working towards.

In this webinar, we will walk through the activity Jinfo has designed to work with your stakeholders to complete your view of the Value Chain. 

To get the most out of this recording, review this article from our Focus on Value Chain: 

Viewing this recording alongside the activity will enable you to continue the process of analysing your Value Chain. 

To work with tailored guidance from Jinfo’s experienced analysts, contact us about Consulting on Value Chain today.

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