By Verna Allee | April 06, 2012 at 01:48 PM EDT | No Comments
Introduction to Value Network Analysis
with Verna Allee
Boston/Cambridge June 22, 2012
People naturally network as they work so why not model work itself as a network?
This is the simple premise underlying value network modeling. Any time people come together they take on different roles and define how they will interact. Value network modeling makes this natural pattern of work visible. It captures the real way that people get their work done. The value network mapping approach is intuitive and easy to learn. It scales from simple routine tasks to complex activities involving thousands of people and organizations.
Value Network Analysis (VNA) provides a powerful network ecosystem perspective into how processes and people create value. It shows both structured relationships and the informal yet essential flow paths of knowledge sharing and support – that are required for a sustainable, resilient, and innovative enterprise. In this lively one day workshop you will learn the basics of value network modeling and analysis. In the workshop we will:
- Compare value network theory and method to other ways of modeling a business.
- Demonstrate Value Network Analysis (VNA) with examples and cases.
- Learn the basics of the ValueNet Works® method and engage in practice sessions.
- Lay the foundation for participants to pass the ValueNet Works® Qualification Test.
Cost for the workshop is $275 USD
Workshop fee includes the ValueNet Works Qualification Test for each participant (a $250 value)
Register at: http://bit.ly/IKs6pE
For more information contact:
Verna Allee firstname.lastname@example.org or
Maya Townsend email@example.com
Exact location and times to be announced.
Verna Allee, M.A., President of ValueNet Works (www.valuenetworks.com), is a pioneer and expert with more than two decades of experience in value networks, intangibles, knowledge management, and new business models. She has been a trusted advisor to many different companies, is a Fellow of the World Business Academy, advisor to the European Commission, and sits on a number of Advisory and Editorial Boards. She is the author or editor of four books and more than 50 industry articles. Ms. Allee holds degrees from JFK University and UC, Berkeley and is a visiting lecturer at many universities around the world.