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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 6 – Classical Value Analysis / Value Engineering
Techniques
I. Rubric for Classical Techniques
Criteria Level 1 (50–59%) Level 2 (60–69%) Level 3 (70–79%) Level 4 (80–100%)
Analyze economic
conditions that en-
courage an enter-
prising workplace
Analyzes economic
conditions that
encourage an enter-
prising workplace
with limited results
Analyzes economic
conditions that
encourage an enter-
prising workplace
with some results
Analyzes economic
conditions that
encourage an enter-
prising workplace
with good results
Analyzes economic
conditions that
encourage an enter-
prising workplace
with excellent
results
Analyze enterpris-
ing skills to set
goals
Analyzes enterpris-
ing skills to set
goals with limited
objectivity
Analyzes enterpris-
ing skills to set
goals with some
objectivity
Analyzes enterpris-
ing skills to set
goals with good
objectivity
Analyzes enterpris-
ing skills to set
goals with excellent
objectivity
Analyze given
scenario
Analysis of given
scenario provides
limited insight
Analysis of given
scenario provides
some insight
Analysis of given
scenario provides
considerable insight
Analysis of given
scenario provides
thorough insight
Analyze the effect
of competition
Analyzes the effect
of competition with
limited reference to
consumer and busi-
ness behavior
Analyzes the effect
of competition with
adequate reference
to consumer and
business behavior
Analyzes the effect
of competition
with considerable
reference to con-
sumer and business
behavior
Analyzes the effect
of competition with
thorough reference
to consumer and
business behavior
Analyze the impact
of the competition
Analysis of the im-
pact of the competi-
tion demonstrates
limited use of a
SWOT
Analysis of the
impact of the com-
petition demon-
strates some use of a
SWOT
Analysis of the im-
pact of the competi-
tion demonstrates
considerable use of
a SWOT
Analysis of the im-
pact of the competi-
tion demonstrates
thorough use of a
SWOT
Analyze the
resources that may
be needed for a
new benchmark
Analyzes the
resources that may
be needed for a new
benchmark with
limited results
Analyzes the
resources that may
be needed for a new
benchmark with
some results
Analyzes the
resources that may
be needed for a new
benchmark with
good results
Analyzes the
resources that may
be needed for a new
benchmark with
excellent results
Apply research and
critical-thinking
skills to evaluate
ideas
Applies limited
research and critical-
thinking skills to
evaluate ideas
Applies some
research and critical-
thinking skills to
evaluate ideas
Applies good
research and critical-
thinking skills to
evaluate ideas
Applies thorough
research and critical-
thinking skills to
evaluate ideas
Assess research
information
Assessment of
research information
demonstrates limited
use of criteria
Assessment of
research information
demonstrates some
use of criteria
Assessment of
research informa-
tion demonstrates
considerable use of
criteria
Assessment of
research information
demonstrates thor-
ough use of criteria

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