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value engineering

An organized effort directed at analyzing the function of Department of Defense systems, equipment, facilities, procedures, and supplies for the purpose of achieving the required function at the lowest total cost of effective ownership, consistent with requirements for performance, reliability, quality, and maintainability.
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Kassa presents readers with a concise guide to improving business processes through the implementation of value analysis and value engineering.
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We can improve the current situation by implementing the Value Analysis into stage-gate model.
Ongoing value analysis that links corporate operations to stock market value, and identifies sources of actual and potential value, has been relatively rare in the corporate boardroom.
Moreover, process value analysis, activity-based costing, and performance measurement and their application are themselves changing as we learn more about them.
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We conducted a shareholder value analysis of Kodak's financial model to illustrate this methodology.
In collaboration with members and through data integration, Premier developed a solution to assist with value analysis, a process hospitals use to assess new products prior to using them in the treatment of patients.
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ValueConnect, a performance improvement program engineered with healthcare reform in mind, offers Premier's 2,300 hospital members the opportunity to standardize an approach to value analysis across the entire alliance.