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This Cost Reduction framework is created by former McKinsey, BCG, Deloitte, EY, and Capgemini consultants. It identifies over 45+ Cost Reduction initiatives mapped to the Michael Porter Value Chain.
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Though there are multiple levers to maximizing an organization's profitability, costs are the most directly controllable by any organization. Profitability is being challenged by increased costs, stagnated revenue growth, and increased capital costs in today's economic climate.

Therefore, a strategic focus on Cost Reduction is crucial in today's economic climate. Reasons include:

Intense market competition and globalization have increased pressure on companies to lower costs to remain competitive. Recent trends in de-globalization are adding increased cost pressures.

Economic uncertainties, such as recessions or market downturns, necessitate Cost Reduction measures to maintain profitability and financial stability.

Cost-conscious customers seek value for money, and organizations that can offer competitive prices gain a significant Competitive Advantage in attracting and retaining customers in today's economic landscape.

Success or failure in cost reduction will determine tomorrow's winners and losers.

This PowerPoint presentation details Cost Reduction opportunities across the Value Chain (as defined by strategist Michael Porter). Cost Reduction initiatives are categorized in the areas of...

•  Enterprise-wide Opportunities (includes Share Services, Outsourcing, Product Innovation ideas)

•  Asset Management Opportunities

•  Function Specific Opportunities (includes IT/MIS, Finance & Accounting, HR, Procurement/Sourcing, Product Development, Logistics & Fulfillment, Sales & Marketing, Operations, Services)

The Michael Porter Value Chain is a framework that identifies primary and support activities within an organization's operations. Primary activities include inbound logistics, operations, outbound logistics, marketing and sales, and customer service, while support activities include procurement, technology development, human resources, and firm infrastructure. It helps analyze an organization's activities to understand its Cost Structure and Competitive Advantage.

In this presentation, over 45 Cost Reduction initiatives have been identified across the Porter Value Chain. For each initiative, specific examples are provided, along with projected potential cost savings.

Cost Reduction allows organizations to allocate resources to innovation, technology adoption, and market expansion. Moreover, Cost Reduction can enhance efficiency, improve operational performance, and drive higher profitability.

This presentation emphasizes the necessity of focusing on cost reduction to survive economic downturns, highlighting the importance of capturing opportunities created by such periods. It also details specific examples of cost reduction initiatives in areas like IT, logistics, and product innovation, with potential savings quantified.

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This Cost Reduction framework is created by former McKinsey, BCG, Deloitte, EY, and Capgemini consultants. It identifies over 45+ Cost Reduction initiatives mapped to the Michael Porter Value Chain.
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