The Value Management Benchmark: Research results of an international benchmarking study
Thomas Telford, 1998 - 70 من الصفحات
Value management (VM) is a structured, team-oriented approach to problem solving that can be applied to the concept, design, construction and on-going management phases of a project. The primary reasons for any client or consultant to commission a VM study is to achieve value improvements and/or monetary savings. The Research documentThis document presents the findings of the three year research programme that formed the basis for the Framework results. It compares and contrasts the various methodologies, tools, and techniques of VM.
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Issues Addressed by the Research Project
Areas of Further Research
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address Level application of VM approach Australia Balfour Beatty benchmarking study brainstorming BSRIA Building Research Establishment certification CIRIA client organisation client representatives cost datum development of VM document ensure EPSRC fieldwork framework functional analysis guidance notes Heriot-Watt University highlighted HM Treasury identified implementation independent team indicated institutional interest in VM internationally interviews involved job-plan Kelly and Male Kelly J.R. knowledge base Male S.P. metrics North America notes and standards occupation participants performance potential pre-workshop procurement professional associations professional development programme project life cycle project management proposed public sector qualifying associations recognised research project RICS SAVE International skills stage stakeholders strategic brief structure study facilitator supply chain Thomas Telford tools and techniques UK construction industry undertaken University of Canberra University of Leeds value engineering value opportunity points VM activity VM facilitator VM practice VM practitioners VM process VM services VM studies VM workshop