Value Analysis in Value Engineering

Your Motivation

  • Product, process and material costs are above the original budget
  • Newly designed products cause difficulties in assembly and production
  • Lack of innovation leads to repetition of the same mistakes and problems
  • Poor product performance due to the need for a balanced price-performance ratio
  • Difficult maintenance and service work due to lack of prevention in the development phase

General Learning Objectives

  • Identification and elimination of unnecessary product costs
  • Analyze alternative design concepts based on performance and cost
  • Understanding product function costs
  • Identifying design concepts with better performance and lower costs

Main Focus

Identify customer needs

  • QFD Phase I
  • Kano model

Functional analysis

  • Product life cycle
    analysis
  • Function tree analysis

Functional cost analysis

  • BOM cost analysis
  • Functional cost matrix

Concept selection

  • Definition of alternative concepts
  • Pugh concept selection tool
  • Iterations to define the final concept

Target Group

Regardless of your experience, you are welcome to attend this course. There are no special requirements.

The training is relevant for the following target groups, among others:

  • Product engineers
  • Technicians

Further Information

  • Participants: <10
  • Languages: Spanish, English
  • Mode: Onsite, remote
  • Pedagogy: Training enriched with real-life examples and exercises
  • Assessment: Based on participant interaction and final assessment

Implemented tools:

  • 8D Standard worksheets
  • 5W/2H – IS/IS NOT
  • Ishikawa analysis – Delta-Analysis – 5Why

Contents

JORGE CORONA

UPCOMING TRAININGS

22 - 24
May
, Remote
13:00 - 18:00
22 - 24
May
, Remote
13:00 - 18:00
No event found!

Value Analysis in Value Engineering

Your Motivation

  • Product, process and material costs are above the original budget
  • Newly designed products cause difficulties in assembly and production
  • Lack of innovation leads to repetition of the same mistakes and problems
  • Poor product performance due to the need for a balanced price-performance ratio
  • Difficult maintenance and service work due to lack of prevention in the development phase

General Learning Objectives

  • Identification and elimination of unnecessary product costs
  • Analyze alternative design concepts based on performance and cost
  • Understanding product function costs
  • Identifying design concepts with better performance and lower costs

Main Focus

Identify customer needs

  • QFD Phase I
  • Kano model

Functional analysis

  • Product life cycle
    analysis
  • Function tree analysis

Functional cost analysis

  • BOM cost analysis
  • Functional cost matrix

Concept selection

  • Definition of alternative concepts
  • Pugh concept selection tool
  • Iterations to define the final concept

Target Group

Regardless of your experience, you are welcome to attend this course. There are no special requirements.

The training is relevant for the following target groups, among others:

  • Product engineers
  • Technicians

Furhter Information

  • Participants: <10
  • Languages: Spanish, English
  • Mode: Onsite, remote
  • Pedagogy: Training enriched with real-life examples and exercises
  • Assessment: Based on participant interaction and final assessment

Implemented tools:

  • 8D Standard worksheets
  • 5W/2H – IS/IS NOT
  • Ishikawa analysis – Delta-Analysis – 5Why

JORGE CORONA

Upcoming Trainings

22 - 24
May
, Remote
13:00 - 18:00
22 - 24
May
, Remote
13:00 - 18:00
No event found!

Value Analysis in Value Engineering

Value Analysis in Value Engineering