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    Value Management

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  14-02-2007

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 4183-2007 VALUE MANAGEMENT
    4 - Preface
    5 - Contents
    6 - Foreword
    9 - 1 Scope and definitions
    9 - 1.1 Scope
    9 - 1.2 Definitions
    9 - 1.2.1 Basic function
    9 - 1.2.2 Entity
    9 - 1.2.3 Essential function
    9 - 1.2.4 Function
    9 - 1.2.5 Function analysis
    10 - 1.2.6 Study
    10 - 1.2.7 Study Facilitator
    10 - 1.2.8 Supporting function
    10 - 1.2.9 Total cost
    10 - 1.2.10 Value
    10 - 1.2.11 Value Analyst
    10 - 1.2.12 Value for money
    10 - 1.2.13 Value Management
    11 - 1.2.14 Value Management brief
    11 - 1.2.15 Value Management Study (or Study)
    11 - 1.2.16 Value Management Study Facilitator (or Study Facilitator)
    11 - 1.2.17 Work Plan
    11 - 1.2.18 Worth
    11 - 1.3 Applications of value management
    13 - 1.4 Links to other systems and processes
    14 - 2 Guiding principles
    19 - 3 Value management studies
    19 - 3.1 Introduction
    19 - 3.2 Prescribed work plan
    19 - 3.2.1 General
    20 - 3.2.2 Pre-workshop planning
    21 - 3.2.3 Workshop
    23 - 3.2.4 Post workshop
    24 - 3.2.5 Post Study
    24 - 3.3 Appropriate mix and commitment of group members
    25 - 3.4 Management of value management studies
    25 - 3.5 Senior management commitment and support
    25 - 3.6 Effective facilitation
    26 - 4 Value analysts
    26 - 4.1 Application
    26 - 4.2 Prescribed work plan
    27 - 4.3 Activities
    28 - 4.4 Interface with value management studies
    29 - 5 Embedding value management
    29 - 5.1 Organizational culture and processes
    29 - 5.2 Enhancing value management culture
    29 - 5.3 Building on existing practices

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    Defines terms, establishes the essential elements of Value Management and clarifies roles and responsibilities. It provides guidelines for the application of Value Management to products, processes, services, organizations and systems.

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    This Standard sets requirements for the use of Value Management independent of the specific industry or economic sector in which it is applied. The application of Value Management will be influenced by the varying needs of an organization, its particular objectives, its products and services and the specific processes and systems employed.This Standard may be applied at any point in the life of a product, process, service, system or organization but the maximum benefit is usually obtained by applying Value Management as early as possible. Often, a number of discrete Value Management Studies are carried out at different points in the life cycle.

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    Committee OB-006
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Reconfirmed 27/07/2018.
    This standard has been reconfirmed in Australia in 2018 and remains current in New Zealand. Reconfirmation Notice 27/07/2018
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    History - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    First published as Joint Standard AS/NZS 4183:1994.
    Revised and designated as AS 4183-2007.
    Reconfirmed 2018. Originated as AS/NZS 4183:1994. Revised and designated as AS 4183-2007.

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