A building fit-for-purpose is a structure designed and built utilising a combination of several skillsets with a variety of components and materials.
How do organisations learn about the components of the value chain structure (internally & externally) that combine to create effective relationships between clients, vendors and, suppliers to ensure product and services are aligned to agreed specifications?
Here at Peasum, our understanding is that an organisation’s collaborative value chain structure should:
- Fully support cross-functional roles and responsibilities with the right tools for the job
- Adopt a practice that enables relational change management and that ensures the best-skilled resources are in place to deliver business solutions also ensuring optimum user adoption and utilisation
- Improve exploration & understanding of business needs aimed at ensuring fit-for-purpose solutions are delivered to meet business requirements
- Align best practices, taking steps to ensure they are dynamic in their approach to continuous improvement through the adaptation and utilisation of innovative technology and business processes
In view of these points, Organisations should maintain a fine balance between the delivery of great products and services that enhance revenue and growth with an experience that also guarantees great customer satisfaction – do you agree and share these views and if you don’t, please let us know what you think!