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Marketing Value Streams

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CIOPages.com Marketing Value Streams deliverable captures the critical end-to-end flows in the marketing function from a stakeholder perspective. The marketing value streams offer a structural foundation to map and define/redefine a stakeholder experience and technology enable a core process efficiently and optimally. The value streams are a business architecture deliverable useful in representing the “How” to complement the “What” (a Marketing capability).

Marketing Value Streams

What does the Marketing Value Streams deliverable include?

  • Marketing Value Streams deliverable includes Level 1 and Level 2 activity flows.
  • Each marketing value stream represents an activity flow to accomplish a goal/objective from a stakeholders’ perspective.
  • The marketing value streams are in PowerPoint format for ease of consumption.

What it is not and does not include?

  • The Marketing Value Stream maps do not include Visio or equivalent diagrams.
  • The deliverable does not follow any structured modeling language or notation such as UML or BPMN.
  • The value streams are higher-level flows and do not include detailed process maps
  • The marketing value streams represented in this deliverable are not the Lean value stream mapping to reduce process inefficiencies
  • The marketing value streams do not include the Sales and Customer Relationship Management Value Streams.

Which Marketing Value Streams are a part of this deliverable?

  • Market Research to Insight
  • Market Needs to Product Opportunities
  • Audience to Segmentation
  • Segments-to-Personas
  • Product Offering to Value Proposition
  • Product Value to Pricing Strategy
  • Product Vision to Marketing Plan
  • Prospect to Lead
  • Content and Collateral
  • Creative Development
  • Media Management

How do we use Marketing Value Streams?

A marketing value stream helps document an end-to-end flow delivering a business outcome to a stakeholder.  Today, in an era where customer experience is a paramount consideration, a value stream diagram can help distill the flow action-oriented steps.  (Customer could mean any of the stakeholders including prospects, clients, employees, suppliers, and partners.)

Whereas a process map delves into intricate detail, a value stream is at a higher level abstraction.

There are several use cases for value streams.

  • A value stream can be a proxy for business and technology to be on the same page with regards to how a stakeholder value flow works and value is delivered.
  • A value stream may be translated into a customer journey map with additional details about feelings and emotions in each stage.
  • A value stream, when juxtaposed against capabilities, can provide visibility into the intersection of the what and the how.  Similarly, processes pegged to various stages/steps of a value stream could drill down into that one click below details.
  • Value streams are an integral part of the business architecture and the yang to the yin of business capabilities.


  • As the CIOPages.com Marketing Value Streams Model is a digital product, there are absolutely NO Returns.
  • Depending on your industry, the marketing processes and practices you follow, some of the value streams may not be relevant to you.
  • If you are a consultant or a consulting company, there is a different pricing, license, and terms.
  • Sold on an as-is basis and without any warranties.
  • This sale does not include implementation help or support. If you need professional services assistance, please contact us.
  • Please review our standard terms of service.

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What are Value Streams?

Business Architecture Value Streams are an end-to-end flow of activities depicted from a stakeholder perspective. Value Streams are the second pillar, alongside Business Capabilities, in the business architecture realm. In essence, if Capabilities are the “What,” the Value Streams are the “How.”

How should I use Marketing Value Streams?

  • Leverage the value streams to figure out how an enterprise delivers value to a stakeholder or a specific activity.
  • Identify the Flow and Value of a particular stream of activities and re-engineer the process for enhancing the experience and increasing the value of the outcomes.
  • Mapping Value Stream stages to Capabilities and Applications/Services help architects understand the footprint and coverage of information technology that underpins the value streams and capabilities
  • Analyzing the Value Streams and then juxtaposing with Customer Journey Maps and Personas helps in optimizing the omnichannel experience.

However, our Company is Unique – will it fit us?

Of course, each company is slightly different regarding how some Value Streams work. However, while there may be divergence at the edges, there is much convergence at the core of most firms. You need to research markets, develop offerings, segment markets, price products, and leverage channels – the differences may be in the relative emphasis on the critical value streams and absence or presence of specific capabilities and competencies based on your unique needs.

Last but not the least, we do not expect our Value Stream Model (or any other model in fact) to fit you 100%. We hope you to take this as a straw model or a base and a springboard to achieve the level customization and specificity you desire.

What is my ROI?

The Value of Time Spent:

Typically, it takes a team of 5-7 to conceptualize and compose Marketing Value Streams:

  • A Product Manager
  • Business Architect and Process Architect
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Marketing Functional Experts – 2 or 3 to represent the broad spectrum of marketing areas.

Now you can multiply the average hourly cost of the team and the hours spent, and you will get the story.

Opportunity Cost:

In addition to the time spent and the associated costs of drafting routine Value Streams, you also have an opportunity cost. By quickly adding/deleting/modifying the base set of Value Streams will allow you the luxury of spending the balance of your quality time in conceptualizing and crafting the unique value streams. These delta value streams should capture the essence of your company and its practices, principles, and perspectives. Of course, let’s not forget the “Day Job” each of the SMEs (subject matter experts) could be doing.


Instead of spending countless hours stretched across weeks or months, you can have a baseline of Value Streams in a couple of sittings. That helps you expedite and accelerate the transformation.


Marketing Value Streams

U.S. $299U.S. $799

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