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Economies of Creativity: The Future of Value Creation

Economies of Creativity: The Future of Value Creation

Economies of Creativity: The Future of Value Creation

Gregory W. Brink, CVS, PMI-RMP, PMP, CCE/A
Gregory W. Brink, CVS, PMI-RMP, PMP, CCE/A
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Economies of Creativity: The Future of Value Creation
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Much emphasis and thought have been placed on realizing cost and time efficiencies in order to create value for an organization. Performing functions cheaper and faster at a sustained or improved level of functional performance does create value through economies of scale; however, in a more dynamic world the value that is created is no longer a sustainable competitive advantage. Organizations need to move from a pure focus on economies of scale to economies of creativity. Through the integration of economies of creativity into an organization, projects, processes, strategies, and products can leverage continuous innovation and ultimately, a stream of sustainable value creation. In an increasingly competitive business landscape, value creation and innovation will be the key to future value creation for all stakeholders of a given organization. This paper explores the concept of economies of creativity through the application of the Value Methodology and how it can be applied to an organization to create value beyond traditional means. The concept of value chain management to drive processes and organizations can be applied to any organization to maximize the benefits of all performed functions.

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Gregory Brink is the Director of Risk Management and Decision Economics for Value Management Strategies, Inc., a Value Engineering and management consulting firm based in Escondido, CA. Mr. Brink has 11 years of experience in management consulting, leading Value Studies, facilitating Risk and Decision Analyses, and performing Economic Analyses. Mr. Brink’s specializations through the use of Value Methodology include quantitative/qualitative risk modeling and analysis, risk management, and program/project management for both private sector and government organizations.
Gregory W. Brink, CVS, PMI-RMP, PMP, CCE/A

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Gregory W. Brink, CVS, PMI-RMP, PMP, CCE/A
on behalf of SAVE International

Gregory Brink is the Director of Risk Management and Decision Economics for Value Management Strategies, Inc., a value engineering and management consulting firm based in Escondido, CA. Mr. Brink has 11 years of experience in management consulting, leading value studies, facilitating risk and decision analyses, and performing economic analyses. Mr. Brink’s specializations through the use of the Value Methodology include quantitative/qualitative risk modeling and analysis, risk management, and program/project management for both private sector and government organizations.

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