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Value Chain Analysis

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value chain analysis

Training Description

The Private Sector is regarded as the engine of economic recovery in most of war torn Sub Sahara African countries. With the adoption of capacity recovery policies much support should be directed to private sector, including micro, small and medium enterprises as well as small holder farmers. The growing understanding that the private sector is not operating in isolation, and need for strategic alliances in competitive economic development is the essence of value chain development course

How to Register:

Katarina Tarimo Shyres

Deadline: no deadline for tailor made course; for open registration course visit MMA website:

Training Cost

EURO 1,500 for 2 weeks course; EURO 750 for 1 week course. Fee includes course materials, lunch and refreshments during the course (10 days for 2 weeks course) and (5 days for 1 week course)

Intended Audience

Development practitioners, Government officials, in the agriculture, fisheries, forestry and other natural resources

Training ContactTraining Course Description / Outline

Managing the Transition to a Value Chain training program focuses on the challenges involved in value chain management. Moving from and old supply chain model to a new value chain model involves greater collaboration between business units and partners. The training program also focuses on some challenges in the execution of your business design and strategy. The training program also covers managing the transition to the optimal value chain. The training program looks at various models for change that can be implemented, prerequisites for change, areas in which change can be measured, and the areas of training and skills.

Learn To

Motivate employees.

Recognize challenges presented when evaluating business relationships in value chain management.

Recognize challenges involved in gaining cost leadership.

Recognize functions of training during transition to value chain management.

Identify ways to overcome motivation and measurement challenges when managing change.

Differentiate between quality and productivity challenges when implementing change.

Recognize the challenges posed by benchmarking when managing change.



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