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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 12 – Other Methods
I. Rubric for Other Methods
Criteria Level 1 (50–59%) Level 2 (60–69%) Level 3 (70–79%) Level 4 (80–100%)
Create design
briefs
Creates design
briefs with limited
effectiveness
Creates design briefs
with some effective-
ness
Creates design briefs
with considerable
effectiveness
Creates design briefs
with excellent ef-
fectiveness
Assess problems
associated with
improper or inad-
equate design
Assesses problems
associated with im-
proper or inadequate
design using limited
critical thinking
Assesses problems
associated with im-
proper or inadequate
design using some
critical thinking
Assesses problems
associated with im-
proper or inadequate
design using good
critical thinking
Assesses problems
associated with im-
proper or inadequate
design using excel-
lent critical thinking
Apply the design
process to the de-
sign and manufac-
ture of products
Applies the design
process with limited
success to the design
and manufacture of
products
Applies the design
process with some
success to the design
and manufacture of
products
Applies the design
process with consid-
erable success to the
design and manufac-
ture of products
Applies the design
process with a high
degree of success
to the design and
manufacture of
products
Assess projects
and recommend
changes for im-
provement
Demonstrates an
ability to assess
projects and recom-
mends changes for
improvement with
supervision
Demonstrates an
ability to assess
simple projects
and recommends
minor changes for
improvement
Demonstrates an
ability to assess
projects and recom-
mends changes for
improvement
Demonstrates an
ability to assess
complex projects
and is able to assist
others with their
assessment as well
as recommend
many changes for
improvement
Communicate
design ideas
Communicates
design ideas with
limited clarity
Communicates
design ideas with
some clarity
Communicates
design ideas with
considerable clarity
Communicates
design ideas with
a high degree of
clarity
Compare given
aspects for validity
Comparison of given
aspects demonstrates
limited understand-
ing of validity
Comparison of given
aspects demonstrates
some understanding
of validity
Comparison of given
aspects demonstrates
considerable under-
standing of validity
Comparison of given
aspects demonstrates
thorough under-
standing of validity
Create a design
plan
Creates a design
plan with limited
organization
Creates a design
plan with some
organization
Creates a design
plan with consider-
able organization
Creates a design
plan with excellent
organization
Create a design
solution to user
needs
Creates a design
solution with limited
understanding of
user needs
Creates a design
solution with some
understanding of
user needs
Creates a design
solution with consid-
erable understanding
of user needs
Creates a design
solution with excel-
lent understanding
of user needs
Create design
drawings
Creates design
drawings with
limited awareness of
accuracy
Creates design
drawings with some
awareness of ac-
curacy
Creates design draw-
ings with competent
awareness of ac-
curacy
Creates design draw-
ings with thorough
awareness of ac-
curacy
Demonstrate prod-
uct testing with
established criteria
Demonstrates lim-
ited understanding
of product testing
Demonstrates some
understanding of
product testing
Demonstrates
considerable under-
standing of product
testing
Demonstrates thor-
ough understanding
of product testing

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