Getting Started with Value Chains

I used to think I understood value chains, now I actually do

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It’s generally a good idea to understand how things work together. It doesn’t matter if you’re programming, practicing martial arts, or baking delicious bread. Frameworks are useful tools. In the case of business strategy, value chains are the poster child of frameworks.

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Product at Metabase. Previously growth at Hugo and data science at Squarespace. Writing here now: https://www.conordewey.com

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Conor Dewey

Conor Dewey

Product at Metabase. Previously growth at Hugo and data science at Squarespace. Writing here now: https://www.conordewey.com

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