|Organization||Asian Institute of Management RVR Center for Corporate Social Responsibility|
|Framework Title||Value Chain Analysis|
|Focus||Assessment: Footprint and Stakeholders|
Value Chain Analysis
DESCRIPTION: The Value Chain Analysis presents 10 components that are analyzed for each process in the value chain. These components include the physical aspects, procedures and processes, as well as the social and environmental impact of the value chain process. This framework also includes a gap analysis to help companies assess how companies could improve their CSR programs. In actual usage, the supporting functions (e.g Finance, IT, HRM) that are not clearly part of the supply chain must also be evaluated.
USAGE: Companies could use this framework in order to aid in footprint analysis. The objective is to help companies identify opportunities to improve its operations-- in order to minimize its negative impact and maximize positive impact.
TO CITE: Herrera, M.E.B. and Alarilla, M.C.I. (October 2012). “Developing An Integrated BOP Engagement Strategy.” RVR Occasional Paper, Makati City Philippines.
Value Chain Analysis: Operations (Example)