Added Value Analysis

 

 
   

Objectives

  • To optimize the definition of the requirements: objective costing, reduction of unnecessary expenditure;

  • To monitor the added value analysis process;

  • To adopt an added value analysis attitude.

Duration: 3 days

   
 

Program

I. Introduction

  • Terminology;

  • Aims;

  • Application fields;

  • Added value analysis process;

  • Process specificity.

II. Standards

III. Requirements s analysis

  • SPIN;

  • Requirements;

  • Applicant, customer;

  • Supplier;

  • Product, usage, system.

III. Managing a added value analysis team

  • Formalizing the problem;

  • Choice of the participants & team building;

  • Team commitments;

  • Process & objectives;

  • Work plan of an Added Value Analysis.

Case study

IV. Search for solutions

  • List of requirements;

  • Elements of the external contexts;

  • Combination of the ideas;

  • Hierarchisation & valorization of the functions.

Case study

 

V. Phases

  • Action orientation;

  • Information research;

  • Functional analysis;

  • Solutions search & evaluation;

  • Provisional assessment;

  • Delivery control.

Case study

VI. Tools

  • Environment chart;

  • Functional tree structure;

  • FAST Diagram;

  • Criteria list;

  • Functional hierarchy;

  • Cross-sorting method;

  • Summary.

VII. Specifications

Case study

VIII. AVA project & assessment

  • Synthesis;

  • Assessment of acquired knowledge;

  • Implementation within the company.

 

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