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Reducing Process Costs with Lean, Six Sigma, and Value Engineering Techniques by Jon M. Quigley, Kim H. Pries

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CHAPTER 5 – The DoD Approach
I. Rubric for the DoD Approach
Criteria Level 1 (50–59%) Level 2 (60–69%) Level 3 (70–79%) Level 4 (80–100%)
Analyze how indi-
vidual stakeholders
are affected by
economic change
Analyzes how in-
dividual stakehold-
ers are affected by
economic change
using limited critical
thinking
Analyzes how in-
dividual stakehold-
ers are affected by
economic change
using some critical
thinking
Analyzes how in-
dividual stakehold-
ers are affected by
economic change
using good critical
thinking
Analyzes how in-
dividual stakehold-
ers are affected by
economic change us-
ing excellent critical
thinking
Analyze the change
in the dollar`s
value on the DoD
work
Analysis of the
change in the
dollar`s
value on
the DoD work
demonstrates limited
comprehension of
the impact
Analysis of the
change in the
dollar`s
value on
the DoD work
demonstrates some
comprehension of
the impact
Analysis of the
change in the
dollar`s value on the
DoD work demon-
strates considerable
comprehension of
the impact
Analysis of the
change in the
dollar`s value on
the DoD work dem-
onstrates thorough
comprehension of
the impact
Analyze the power
of different stake-
holders to make
protabledecisions
Analysis of the
power of different
stakeholders to make
protable decisions
provides limited
information for each
project studied
Analysis of the
power of different
stakeholders to make
protable decisions
provides some
information for each
project studied
Analysis of the
power of different
stakeholders to make
protable decisions
provides consider-
able information for
each project studied
Analysis of the
power of different
stakeholders to make
protable decisions
provides thorough
information for each
project studied
Analyze the public
vs. private provi-
sion of a good or
service
Analysis of the
public vs. private
provision of a good
or service provides
limited information
on both advantages
and disadvantages
Analysis of the
public vs. private
provision of a good
or service provides
some information on
both advantages and
disadvantages
Analysis of the
public vs. private
provision of a
good or service
provides consider-
able information on
both advantages and
disadvantages
Analysis of the
public vs. private
provision of a
good or service
provides thorough
information on both
advantages and
disadvantages
Apply the cost-
benetmethodof
inquiry to current
projects
Applies the cost-
benet method of
inquiry to current
projects with limited
effectiveness
Applies the cost-
benet method of
inquiry to current
projects with some
effectiveness
Applies the cost-
benet method of
inquiry to current
projects with consid-
erable effectiveness
Applies the cost-
benet method of
inquiry to current
projects with a high
degree of effective-
ness
Compare charac-
teristics of different
structures of busi-
ness organizations
Compares charac-
teristics of different
structures of
business organiza-
tions with limited
organization
Compares charac-
teristics of different
structures of
business organiza-
tions with moderate
organization
Compares charac-
teristics of different
structures of busi-
ness organizations
with good organiza-
tion
Compares charac-
teristics of different
structures of busi-
ness organizations
with exemplary
organization
Compare public
and private sectors
Compares public
and private sectors
with limited refer-
ence to goods and
services produced
and employment
levels
Compares public
and private sectors
with some reference
to goods and ser-
vices produced and
employment levels
Compares public
and private sectors
with considerable
reference to goods
and services pro-
duced and employ-
ment levels
Compares public
and private sectors
with thorough refer-
ence to goods and
services produced
and employment
levels

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