Schedule of Events

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Saturday, June 6, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM      BREAKFAST - For REGISTERED Pre-Summit Workshop Attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED) 

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM      FULL DAY PRE-SUMMIT COURSES    

ABDs of Advanced Value Engineering – Day 1

Instructor: Frank Vicidomina, PE, CVS-Life

PDUs: 7.5 hours / 15 hours total

Core Competencies:

  • Value Methodology

  • Transform Information      

  • Team Facilitation 

  • Function Analysis

  • Cost Analysis        

  • Pre-Workshop Stage          

  • Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)      

  • Post-Workshop Stage        

  • Value Program

Beyond FAST - Applying 21st Century Function Models,Tools and Techniques

                                       Instructor: Bruce Lenzer, CVS-Life, FSAVE, CQM/OE, CLA, CAQMSA (Synergy Value Solutions, LLC)

PDUs: 7.5 hours / Core Competencies: Team Facilitation; Function Analysis

Effective Facilitation

Instructor: John Sloggy, PE, CVS (Value Based Design)

PDUs: 7.5 hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation

                                               

VE in Combination with Mediation: Supertool for Multiparty Plan Making

Instructor: Dorine Cleton, LLM (CLETON&COM)

PDUs: 7.5 hours / Core Competency: Pre-Workshop Stage

                                               

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM      LUNCH - For REGISTERED Pre-Summit Workshop Attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED) -

 

1:00 PM – 5:00 PM       HALF-DAY PRE-SUMMIT COURSE

Pump Up Your Presentations

Instructor: Douglas Carter, BSc, B.Ed, OCT (Presentations Etc. Inc.)

PDUs: 3.5 hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation

 

 

       

Sunday, June 7, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM      BREAKFAST - For REGISTERED Pre-Summit Workshop Attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED) 

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM      FULL DAY PRE-SUMMIT COURSES

ABDs of Advanced Value Engineering – Day 2

Instructor: Frank Vicidomina, PE, CVS-Life

PDUs: 7.5 hours / Core Competencies: See Above

Creative Techniques and Facilitation Training

Instructor: Amin Terouhid, PhD, PE, VMA, PMP, PSP, DRMP (Adroit Consultants, LLC

PDUs: 7.5 hours / Core Competencies: Team Facilitation; Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

The Many Uses of Functional Performance Specification

Instructor: Lucie Parrot, CVS-life, FSAVE – Martin Parrot Inc.

PDUs: 7.5 hours

Core Competency:

  • Value Methodoology         

  • Transform Information      

  • Function Analysis

  • Cost Analysis        

  • Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

Quantitative Risk Analysis & Risk Management Techniques for Value PractitionersInstructor: Greg Brink, CVS, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-PBA, CCEA, ENV SP (Value Management Strategies, Inc.)

PDUs: 7.5 hours / Core Competencies: Value Methodology; Cost Analysis

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM      LUNCH - For REGISTERED Pre-Summit Workshop Attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED)

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM       SAVE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MEETING

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM       PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION

 

 

             

Monday, June 8, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM      BREAKFAST

 

COLLEGE OF FELLOWS BREAKFAST  

PDUs: 1.0 hours                                       

8:00 AM – 8:30 AM      WELCOME                                                                                                                          

Renee Hoekstra, CVS, SAVE International President     

 

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM      KEYNOTE ADDRESS                                                                                                        

Speaker: Barry Kern, CEO and President, Kern Studios

 

9:30 AM – 10:00 AM    NETWORKING BREAK       

                                                                                                                         

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM   CONCURRENT 1A – TEAM FACILITATION (Professional Development Session)                                                     

Unleashing Team Potential: An Introduction to Liberating Structures

Instructors: Ashley Hauser, MSOD, VMA and Giuseppe Nespoli, MSOD, VMA (Value Management Strategies)

PDUs: 2.0 hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation

CONCURRENT 1B – POST WORKSHOP                                                                          

10:00 AM             Expanding the Implementation Phase to Include Field Verification Assessments of Reported Acceptance of VE

Study Alternatives (Mark Watson – HDR)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Post Workshop Stage

10:30 AM             Obstacles to the Implementation of Value Engineering in German Construction Projects (Natalia Bienkowski –

Technical University of Dresden)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology

11:00 AM              How to Improve Your Presentation (Kyle Schafersman – Strategic Value Solutions, Inc.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

11:30 AM              Creating Competitive Patents/IP Competency with Multi- FAST(R) (Won Jin Sunu – Society of Korean Value

Methodology)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Post-Workshop Stage

 

CONCURRENT 1C – TRANSPORTATION TRACK (COST ANALYSIS)                                       

10:00 AM            Value Engineering with Integrated Risk Management for Transportation Projects (Mark Gabel, MSCE, PE, CVS

– Washington State Department of Transportation)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

 

10:30 AM             Risk Management and Allocation in Design-Build for Transportation Projects (Mark Gabel, MSCE, PE, CVS –

Washington State Department of Transportation and Conrad Felice)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

               

11:00 AM              Risk Analysis Details and Options for Use in Establishing Contingencies (Michael Smith, Ovidiu Cretu, PhD, PE

– HNTB Corporation, David Dye, Grace Olaleye)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis

                                     

11:30 AM              Base Uncertainty in Cost Estimating and the Implications in Value Engineering (Ovidiu Cretu, PhD, PE – HNTB

Corporation and Mark Gabel, MSCE, PE, CVS – Washington State Department of Transportation)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

    

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM      LUNCH                                                                                                                                           

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM       CONCURRENT 2A – VALUE METHODOLOGY (Professional Development Session)                                              

                                       Developing SAVE International's Formal Response to Mitigate Misinformation on What Constitutes a Value

Study

                                       Instructor: Patrice Miller, CVS (RHA, LLC)

                                       

PDUs: 2.0 hours

Core Competency: Value Methodology

Have you ever been frustrated by receiving a VM RFP that is scoped as a one-day workshop with no Job Plan....and function analysis is not even expected?  When reading these RFPs, you realize this particular procurement office has no clue on what constitutes a value study.  How do you respond to this type of RFP?  If you don't respond, do you provide feedback to educate their organization on VM?  This interactive session will help our industry advocate, educate and promote VM by developing SAVE International's standard response to these RFPs.

 

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM        CONCURRENT 2B – WORKSHOP STAGE                                                                       

1:00 PM               Global Value Enhancement- A Strategic Growth Pillar for Business (Sanjay Gaikwad – Alliance Laundry

Systems)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

1:30 PM                Application of Value Analysis/Value Engineering Principles to a Commercial Cylindrical Lock (Suresh Jayabal

– Allegion)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis         

 

2:00 PM              Value Engineering: A Case Study on Street Light Junction Box (Prof. R. M. Belokar – Punjab Engineering

College)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology

2:30 PM               Value Methodology Study on Excavator Cabin - Controls & Structures (Mihir Tungare – TATA Technologies)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Cost Analysis  

 

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM        CONCURRENT 2C – TRANSPORTATION TRACK (COST ANALYSIS)             

1:00 PM                Utilizing a Modified Function Value Resource Matrix in Transportation Projects (Thomasa W. Hume, CVS and

Mark Sujka – Washington State Department of Transportation

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

                               

1:30 PM                Unit Price Visualization Tool in GIS Environment for Cost Estimating (K. Joseph Shrestha and H. David Jeong –

California Department of Transportation)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis   

       

2:00 PM               Value Engineering and the Importance of Considering Cognitive Bias (Mark Sujka and Thomasa W. Hume,

CVS – Washington State Department of Transportation)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation    

2:30 PM               OPEN          

                               

3:00 PM – 3:30 PM      NETWORKING BREAK                                                                                                                                                                          

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM      CONCURRENT 3A – POST WORKSHOP (Professional Development Session)                                                         

VM Report Training

Instructor: Laurie Dennis, CVS-Life, PE

                                               

PDUs: 2.0 hours

Core Competency: Post-Workshop Stage

The Value Engineer (VE) report is often overlooked during value training with little or no guidance for the future value practitioner and as an afterthought by some value practitioners. However, the VE report lives beyond the workshop in the files of the clients and users of those value studies. When a project or product has budget or schedule issues or concerns, one of the first documents management reaches for is the VE report.

For many clients, the VE report becomes the primary marketing tool for future value studies and maintenance of their value program. In addition, the quality of many of these reports reflect the lack of focus and reflects poorly on the value community.

The purpose of this session is to give the attendees, owners, users and practitioners, input, tools and techniques to improve the quality of the VE report and discuss opportunities for improvement in the future.             

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM      CONCURRENT 3B – WORKSHOP STAGE                                                                  

3:30 PM               Value Analysis for Torque Converter Cover Assembly (Manthan Lad – Schaeffler Group USA)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation  

         

4:00 PM               Value Analysis to Improve Value of Diagnostic Process (Ranbir Kumar – TATA Motors Ltd.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program 

              

4:30 PM               Integrating Suppliers in VA/VE Studies (Marc Pauwels – Krehl & Partner - The Value Manager)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

5:00 PM              Value Engineering: Definition of Functions Through Requirements and Specifications on Product Design (Sara

Camacho – Universidad Panamericana)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

 

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM      CONCURRENT 3C – TRANSPORTATION TRACK

3:30 PM               Baseline – Confirming Interchange VE Study Yields $11M Cost Savings (Warren Knoles, PE, CVS – Crawford,

Murphy & Tilly)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Transform Information 

4:00 PM               Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (Fred Tharp – Sewerage and Water Board of New

Orleans)              

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program

                                               

4:30 PM               Best VE Recommendations Ever (Blane Long – HDR, Inc.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program

                                                    

5:00 PM               Building a VE Program - Oregon DOT (Zach Davis – Oregon Department of Transportation)               

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program     

            

7:30 PM – 9:30 PM       INTERNATIONAL FORUM

 

 

                                                                                            

Tuesday, June 9, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM      BREAKFAST                                 

      

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM     VM GUIDE UPDATE                                                                                                                                                                            

9:00 AM – 9:45 AM     TIGER TEAM PRESENTATION                                                                                                                                                     

9:45 AM – 10:00 AM    NETWORKING BREAK                                                                                                                                                                                  

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM   CONCURRENT 4A – COST ANALYSIS (Professionaln Development Sesison)                                                         

Life Cycle Cost Analysis Techniques

Greg Brink, CVS, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-PBA, CCEA, ENV SP (Value Management Strategies, Inc.)

                                               

PDUs: 2.0 hours

Core Competency: Cost Analysis

This 2-hour Continuing Education (CE) course will explore a streamlined method to perform life cycle cost analysis using advanced techniques, such as risk analysis and sensitivity analysis, to improve the decision-making process during Value studies.  Additionally, graphic presentation methods that simplify cash flow analysis will be addressed so that participants can easily present a range of possible net present value (NPV) costs and schedules for future major maintenance events. Additional techniques will explore integration of risk-based cash flow analysis for estimating the total cost of ownership of alternatives to help stakeholders understand the implications project development and design decisions.  Armed with improved information concerning life cycle cost, participants can balance initial and future cost to optimize their designs, improve the Value of their programs, and support their design decisions with defensible cost analysis leading to a higher probability of net Value Improvement and ultimate Value Alternative implementation.

 

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM   CONCURRENT 4B – PERFORMANCE                                                                             

10:00 AM             The Many Uses of Functional Performance Specification (Lucie Parrot – Martin Parrot Inc.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis     

     

10:30 AM             Giving a Client Value - Whatever That Is! (John Downer – PENSPEN LTD)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology    

  

11:00 AM              Effectiveness Evaluation of KAVE Model for VE Alternative Verification (Byung-Soo Kim – Kyungpook National

University/Korea Value Engineering Institute) NOT CONFIRMED

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology

11:30 AM              An Experiment Comparing COMBINEX and Choosing by Advantages to Evaluate Alternatives               

(John Koga – Lean Construction Value Specialties LLC)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)                

 

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM   CONCURRENT 4C – SERVICE INDUSTRY (WORKSHOP STAGE)                                     

10:00 AM             New Three Techniques for New Store Opening and New Business Investment (Hisaya Yokota – Functional

Approach Institute Co., Ltd.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program      

         

10:30 AM             The Function Analysis Business Planning System as New Methodology for Business Startups (Noriko

Murakami – Legend Consulting Company Limited)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis

11:00 AM              Development of a New Improvement Method of Combining Multiple Facilities for a Better Commercial

Complex (Daisuke Kaida – Higuchi Group / FA Development Department)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Cost Analysis  

11:30 AM              Value Study of a Business Process with Application of Statistical and Lean Tools: A Case Study in Canteen

Services (Sandeep Singh – Tata Motors)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Transform Information 

 

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM     AWARDS BANQUET LUNCHEON                                                                              

                                                               

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM       CONCURRENT 5A – PROGRAMS (VALUE PROGRAM)                                                     

1:00 PM                Adopting Value Management in the Organisation: Challenges for VM Champions (Timme Hendriksen – Value

FM/ProRail)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program 

              

1:30 PM                Creating Value in Army Programs to Benefit the Soldier (Sharon Aldijaili – SAIC)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology      

2:00 PM               Improving cities through Systems Thinking (Abraham Lukose – ATINA Systems)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Transform Information 

 

2:30 PM               Texas Department of Transportation – Status of the Value Engineering Program (Jane Lundquist – Texas

Department of Transportation)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program               

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM       CONCURRENT 5B – MVF FORUM / TEAM FACILITATION (Professional Development Session)                       

Facilitating the Value Methodology

Instructor: Ginger Adams, IAF CPF, CVS-Life, FSAVE (Advantage Facilitation Services)

 

PDU Hours: 2.0

Core Competency: Team Facilitation

Facilitation is one of the critical skills necessary for the effective operation of a VM study team, yet many VM practitioners have little or no facilitation training. The proposed session offers participants an opportunity to learn about basic facilitation training skills from a Certified Professional Facilitator who is also a Certified Value Specialist-Life. Usually presented as a hands-on, interactive training experience, attendees will discuss how to manage groups of people so that: everyone on the team is treated with respect and dignity; personality differences do not disrupt the team’s progress; and team members stay focused and on track.

 

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM       CONCURRENT 5C – SERVICE INDUSTRY (VALUE METHODOLOGY)             

1:00 PM                VM of "Five Senses Appeal" through its Value Measuring Method (Kazuhiro Fukae – Higuchi Group /

Functional Approach Development Department)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis      

    

1:30 PM                New Method to Apply VM to Analyze the Use Function and the Esteem Function of Yakigurit (Keiko Ishii –

Functional Approach Institute Company Limited)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

2:00 PM              The VM based “Smile Make” Methodology Development for the Managers in Service Industry (Sayaka

Uchimura – Saizeriya Co.,Ltd)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology

      

2:30 PM               VM Study on the Personnel Evaluation System (Tomohisa Kakiyama – Higuchi Group)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

 

3:00 PM – 3:30 PM      REFRESHMENT BREAK          

                                                                                        

3:30 PM – 4:00 PM      CONCURRENT 6A – FAST OR NOT (FUNCTION ANALYSIS)                                     

3:30 PM               When and How to Use Tabular Function Analysis (Don Stafford – Strategic Value Solutions, Inc)                

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

 

4:00 PM              The Case for Generic Fast Diagrams (James McCuish – Pinnacle Results LLC)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis

 

4:30 PM               Value Engineering Supported Software Development for Measuring the Unity Between Players (Istvan Tarjani

– FOKUSZ-2 Ltd)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Pre-Workshop Stage

5:00 PM               Function Analysis - Perspectives & Alternative Approaches (Jayesh Suhas Shimpi – HCLTechnologies Limited)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Function Analysis          

 

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM       CONCURRENT 6B – TRANSFORM INFORMATION (Professional Development Session)

Transforming Information for Enhancing Value Studies

Instructor: Thomas Cook, CVS

PDUs: 2.0 hours

Core Competency: Transform Information

Session Objective will be to interactively demonstrate real world techniques for defining, collecting, organizing, and transforming data to aid Value Teams’ understanding of the value index (function cost divided by function worth).

This transformation occurs initially in the pre-study information and data gathering period. Relevant data on cost, process, risk, quality, user expectations, goals etc need to be collected, demystified, and packaged in a concise, digestible format for effective use during the Value Study.

This training session will demonstrate how to further transform this information, with an eye on function, by the Value Study Team to enhance their insights during the Information/Function Analysis Phase.

This conference session will show best practice in identification, collection, modeling, packaging, all with the goal of transforming information and data to aid a Value Study Team in discovering new perspectives and opportunities.

 

3:30 PM – 5:30 PM      CONCURRENT 6C - COST ANALYSIS                                                                                       

3:30 PM               Estimate Reconciliation for Capital Construction Projects During a Value Engineering Workshop (Chongba

Sherpa – VJ Associates)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Cost Analysis  

4:00 PM               Cost – Rate of Return – Value (Zsuzsanna Szeles – Budapest Metropolitan University)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Cost Analysis  

4:30 PM               Design of sustainable buildings through Value Engineering Methodology (Sherif Hammam – ICPM Group)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program

5:00 PM               Sustainable Result-Based- Management Projects using VM Techniques (Tareq Rasheed Mohammad – United

Nations)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology      

                                                                                            

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM     BREAKFAST                                 

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM     CLOSING KEYNOTE                                                                                                                                                                       

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM    CONCURRENT 7A – INNOVATION (TRANSFORM INFORMATION)                   

9:00 AM              Uncommon Denominator (Jeff Rude – Value Management Strategies)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology      

9:30 AM              Technique to Generate Ideas Leading to High-value Alternatives in Creative Phase (Ryohsuke Kimura –

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems,Ltd.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)

10:00 AM             Applications of VE in Alternative Delivery (Chuck Bartlett – Alfred Benesch & Company)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program

10:30 AM             Development of Template for Outlining Science and Engineering Research Based on Functional Thinking in

VE and TRIZ (Kiyohisa Nishiyama – Nagoya University, Graduate School of Engineering)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation   

        

11:00 AM              VM meets the Bermuda Quadrangle with Spiraling Dynamics, Value Methodology’s Role in the Evolving World

of Innovation (Robert Prager – Strategic Value Solutions, Inc.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation

11:30 AM              The Possibility of VE and MOT Techniques in Various Innovation Activities (Manabu Sawaguchi – Value

Innovation Institute Co. Ltd.)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology      

 

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM     CONCURRENT 7B – VALUE METHODOLOGY                                                             

9:00 AM              Implementing Value Engineering for Designing a Student Friendly Wardrobe (Sameera Nag B N – Bangalore

Institute of Technology

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Methodology      

9:30 AM               Realigning Project Scope of Work Using Customized Value Strategy Steps (Ahmed Ali – Azzouni Consulting

Office)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Pre-Workshop Stage     

         

 

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM    CONCURRENT 7C - USACE (VALUE PROGRAM)                                                                 

9:00 AM              Value Concept for Government Programs (Corey White – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program            

   

9:30 AM               Pumping in Value: An Early Value Study for the Davis and Poe Pump Well Systems at Soo Locks Incorporating

the Use of a Facility System Safety (FASS) Tool (Amy Jo Riffee – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Transform Information 

10:00 AM             Programmatic Value Management Studies- Not so Programmatic (Jacob Walsdorf – U.S. Army Corps of

Engineers, Galveston District)

PDUs – 05. Hours / Core Competency: Transform Information 

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM   CERTIFICATION FORUM                                                                                                           

PDUs – 2.0. Hours / Core Competency: Team Facilitation  

10:30 AM –  12:00 PM  USACE PANEL (Professional Development Session) 

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of VE Studies

Instructor: Corey White, PE, CVS – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

 

PDUs: 1.5 hours

Core Competency: Value Program

As the design and construction agent for the U.S. Army and other federal agencies, USACE is one of the largest entities in the world to regularly perform Value Engineering as part of its business practices.  USACE employs over 50 personnel dedicated to managing the Value Program for projects around the world.  This session will be a discussion panel with 3-5 USACE Value Program personnel with experience in contracting, overseeing, and reviewing the efforts conducted by various firms.  This panel will be a discussion of the experiences and lessons learned from these staff in an effort to share our experiences with the private sector to elevate the value of the studies performed and help team leaders better understand the needs and concerns of USACE and its customers.

 

12:00 PM –  1:00 PM     LUNCH - For REGISTERED Government Forum and Post-Summit Workshop/Course Attendees ONLY 

(Ticket REQUIRED) 

12:00 PM – 5:00 PM     AFFILIATE MEETINGS 

 

1:00 PM –  4:00 PM      GOVERNMENT FORUM (Registration required)                                                                                                

PDUs – 3.0. Hours / Core Competency: Value Program

 

1:00 PM – 5:00 PM       MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT WORKSHOP

Facilitation Skills for the Value & Quality Improvement Practitioner

Instructor: Bruce Lenzer, CVS-Life, FSAVE, CQM/OE, CLA, CAQMSA – Synergy Value Solutions, LLC

PDUs: 3.75 hours / 15 hours total

Core Competencies:

  • Value Methodology

  • Transform Information      

  • Team Facilitation 

  • Function Analysis

  • Cost Analysis        

  • Pre-Workshop Stage          

  • Workshop Stage (Six-Phase VM Job Plan)      

  • Post-Workshop Stage

  • Value Program

1:00 PM – 6:00 PM       MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT COURSES

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 1 (VMF1)     

Instructor: TBA     

PDUs: 4.75 hours / 32 hours total                      

 

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 2 (VMF2)     

Instructor: TBA               

PDUs: 4.75 hours / 32 hours total     

Thursday, June 11, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM     BREAKFAST - For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED)                                 

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM     MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT WORKSHOP

Facilitation Skills for the Value & Quality Improvement Practitioner

Instructor: Bruce Lenzer, CVS-Life, FSAVE, CQM/OE, CLA, CAQMSA – Synergy Value Solutions, LLC

PDUs: 7.50 hours / 15 hours​ total

 

8:00 AM – 6:00 PM     MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT COURSES

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 1 (VMF1)     

Instructor: TBA     

PDUs: 8.50 hours / 32 hours total                        

 

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 2 (VMF2)     

Instructor: TBA               

PDUs: 8.50 hours / 32 hours total

12:00 PM –  1:00 PM     LUNCH- For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED) 

Friday, June 12, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM     BREAKFAST - For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED)                                 

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM    MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT WORKSHOP

Facilitation Skills for the Value & Quality Improvement Practitioner

Instructor: Bruce Lenzer, CVS-Life, FSAVE, CQM/OE, CLA, CAQMSA – Synergy Value Solutions, LLC

PDUs: 3.75 hours / 15 hours​ total

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM      MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT COURSES

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 1 (VMF1)     

Instructor: TBA     

PDUs: 7.50 hours / 32 hours total                        

 

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 2 (VMF2)     

Instructor: TBA               

PDUs: 7.50 hours / 32 hours total

12:00 PM –  1:00 PM     LUNCH- For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED) 

Saturday, June 13, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM      BREAKFAST - For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED)                                 

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM      MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT COURSES

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 1 (VMF1)     

Instructor: TBA     

PDUs: 7.50 hours / 32 hours total                        

 

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 2 (VMF2)     

Instructor: TBA               

PDUs: 7.50 hours / 32 hours total

12:00 PM –  1:00 PM     LUNCH- For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED) 

Sunday, June 14, 2020

7:00 AM – 8:00 AM      BREAKFAST - For REGISTERED post-summit attendees ONLY (Ticket REQUIRED)                                 

8:00 AM – 12:00 PM     MULTI-DAY POST-SUMMIT COURSES

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 1 (VMF1)     

Instructor: TBA     

PDUs: 3.75 hours / 32 hours total                        

 

VALUE Methodology Fundamentals 2 (VMF2)     

Instructor: TBA               

PDUs: 3.75 hours / 32 hours total

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