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Value Matrices

You use a value matrix to measure multiple components of processes or products. You're created with two forms: two-dimensional and three-dimensional. Value chains are created primarily with drawing programs for presentations; however, considering that most number decisions are based in Excel, you also can create matrices and metrics in Excel for presentations or strategic cross sections of a market or business.

Creating a 2D Matrix

A two-dimensional matrix is a cross section between components where the equal components or intersections are checked. Figures 26.32 and 26.33 show two matrices: The first shows the structure on the worksheet, and the second illustrates a final form with formatting. In Figure 26.32, the 2D matrix measures the product and the components within the product. It provides a cross-section overview of the product's components as a whole. Figure 26.33 shows the matrix in final formatted form.


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