Annual Conference 2012
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In 2012 the Canadian Society of Value Analysis (CSVA: www.scav-csva.org) held its annual conference for the first time in Western Canada – in Calgary, Alberta. The theme of the conference was: Delivering Value!
Today, more than ever, organizations are being called upon to deliver priority services and programs, and to do so with continually increasing expectations for quality, timeliness and cost effectiveness.
Traditional approaches to delivering these services and programs are no longer sufficient. New tools are needed to meet Increasingly complex challenges. Value Analysis and Risk Analysis can:
- Optimize the use of resources by helping decision makers balance key stakeholders needs with resources.
- Achieve buy-in for change. A VA team reaches a common understanding of key needs and solutions.
- Deliver services and infrastructure under fiscal and staffing constraints. Value Analysis is a structured approach to innovation that reliably generates alternative solutions to problems.
The Conference will bring together representatives from government and industry, as well as practitioners to demonstrate the use of value and risk analysis on today’s challenges.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Value Analysis , what is it?
Value and Risk Analysis for infrastructure, buildings, transportation, municipal facilities
Value Analysis and Sustainability
Quality and Value in Product Development
Establishing project scope with VA Avoiding optimism bias in project estimates
Making realistic and understandable commitment through risk based estimating
Value for Money in Alternative procurement for infrastructure
Tool s for the Product Development cycle
VA for IT projects
Quality and Value in product development
Risk Management techniques for complex projects
Developing a Value Analysis Program
Value Analysis Training for staff
Lessons learned in coordinating VA and Risk studies