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# What is VAVE

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• 1)介绍Max Value2)一种评估方式（VAVE的内容）Unnecessary cost occupied of 25%~75% =&gt;Bench Mark by cost model简化版3)Important Value4）介绍Healthy Business;国内的企业的现状This best value is determined by two considerations: performance and cost.价值曲线Over year, recently healthy business
• 1）Function定义2)如何定义这些功能是有一套系统化的方法的，Identify, Clarify, and Name FunctionsIs that exactly what it does for the customer?Is that exactly what the customer wants it to do?Is that exactly what the customer believes he&apos;s paying for?Quantify Functions When PracticableUnify the Function and Its SpecificationsAnalyze Aesthetic FunctionsClassify Functions As Either Basic or Secondary
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• 1. 1
Basic VA&VE
Value Analysis & Value Engineering
• 2. Content
What is VAVE？
Why do we need VAVE？
How do we start to learn VAVE？
• 3. What
is VAVE？
• 4. History
Came from GE
Company
During World War II
“Asbestos Event”
• 5. History
Book
“Techniques
of Value
Analysis
Engineering”
• 6. Formula
V=F/C
F function：功能重要性系数 C cost：成本系数 V value：功能价值系数
• 7. V=F/C
• 8. V=F/C
Transition
Value
Cost
F function：功能重要性系数 C cost：成本系数 V value：功能价值系数
• 9. Value is increased by increasing performance if the customer needs,
wants, and is willing to pay for more performance
What is Value?
[Definition] A product or service is generally considered to have good value if that product or service has appropriate performance and cost
Value is always increased by decreasing costs (while, of course,
maintaining performance).
V=F/C
• 10. Maximum Value
Normal Degree of Value
Importance of Value
• 11. What is Function?
The basic purpose of each expenditure, whether it be for hardware, the work of a group of men, a procedure, or whatever, is to accomplish a function. It is necessary to establish the language of function and stay within this language.
V=F/C
• 12. Use Function
Aesthetic Function
Basic Function
Secondary Function
• 13. What is VA/VE?
Synonymous with the terms value management and value analysis, value engineering is a professionally applied, function-oriented, systematic team approach used to analyze and improve value in a product, facility design, system or service-a powerful methodology for solving problems and/or reducing costs while improving performance/quality requirements. By enhancing value characteristics, Value Engineering increases customer satisfaction and adds value to your investment. Value Engineering can be applied to any business or economic sector, including industry, government, construction and service. Using Value Engineering is a very successful long-term business strategy.“ Lawrence D. Miles
• 14. What is VAVE?
Term: VA= VE= Value Management
Process: Function-oriented & Systematic approach to analysis product
Purpose: Solving problems and/or reducing costs /improving value
Field: industry, government, construction and service
• 15. What is different VAandVE?
VA
VE
Existing product or service
Manufacture, After sales
Process innovation
Unnecessary cost, Improvement performance
New product or service
Prototyping, Design or Per-manufacture
Function breakthrough
Increase Value
• 16. What is different VA and VE?
VE
VA
VA/VE
• 17. System Methodology Simple
Function Analysis
Cost Analysis
Do Job Plan
• 18. Why
do we need
VAVE？
• 19. VAVE Expands Markets
• 20. Company - Volume Increasing
• 21.
• 22.
• 23. Product Cycle
Volume
Sales Volume and Profit
Profit
Introduce
Growth
Maturity
Decline
• 24. Product Cycle Develop
Effect of timing and degree of change from performance-
oriented skills to value oriented
Skills
• 25. Resource develop
Different resource assigned by value oriented
• 26. VAVE Reduce Cost
• 27. Boss requirement
VAVE is effective approach for cost reduction
• 28.
• 29. Cost Reduction Approach
VE 40%
VA 20%
Others 10%
IE 10%
Purchase10%
QC 10%
Data from Semi-conduct Company
• 30. Benefit
Expand Market and Jobs
Elimination of Human Toil
Opportunity
Effect of Design Time Shortage
Lack of Measurement in Value Work
Human Factors
• 31. How
do we start to learn VAVE？
• 32. Training & Learning
• 33. Practice Tools
• 34. Relative People
Product
• 35. What can we do now?
Package
Shipment
Material
Deploy VAVE to Supplier
Idea Generate
Others
• 36. Story
King Worries
• 37.
• 38. Lesson Review
What is VAVE
VAVE History
VAVE formula and definition
What is value and function
What is different between VA and VE
VAVE system methodology
Why do we need VAVE
VAVE Expands Markets
VAVE Reduce Cost
Others
How do we start to learn VAVE？
How to learn and get trained VAVE?
Practices and relative people
Cooper Way
Opportunity field
Thank You