(Noun) Represents a sequence of activities that create an overall result for a customer, stakeholder, or end user.
Original Source: ArchiMate® 3.1 Specification | Doc. No. C197
(Noun) The sequence of activities required to design, produce, and deliver a good or service to a customer, and it includes the dual flows of information and material.
Original Source: Value Stream Mapping: How to Visualize Work and Align Leadership for Organizational Transformation, Karen Martin and Mike Osterling, 2013, published by McGraw Hill
(Noun) Describes the key value-creating activities for discrete areas within the Value Network where some unit of net value is created or added to the Digital Product as it progresses through its lifecycle.
Description: The IT4IT™ Reference Architecture defines seven essential value streams for digital management; referred to as the IT4IT Value Streams.
Original Source: The Open Group Snapshot: The Open Group IT4IT™ Standard, Version 3.0: A Reference Architecture for Managing Digital | Doc. No. S220
(Noun) A representation of an end-to-end collection of activities that create an overall result for a customer, stakeholder, or end user.
Original Source: TOGAF® Standard, 10th Edition | Doc. No. C220