Value Portfolio

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Value Portfolio

Value Portfolio is a framework to make a decision on which business the company should focus on. It is shown by matrix having 4 areas divided by shareholder's point of view like ROI or business value and management's point of view like consistency with corporate vision. It is proposed by BCG.

While PPM and GE's Business Screen are frameworks to manage cash flow, Value Portfolio is a framework to considering businesses reorganization.

An example of Value Portfolio
In Value Portfolio, the size of circle shows capital expenditure

BCG Value Portfolio

Challenge business

This should be made profitable, otherwise shareholder will require it to exit.

Main business

This should be expanded further.

Give-up business

This should be exited earlier.

Opportunity business

This should be met with company vision, otherwise employees will be demotivated and brand value will be injured.


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