Project value management

Looking for a way to stay ahead of the pack in today’s competitive environment.  Companies are turning to project value management to consistently achieve project results at less cost and greater benefit.

This blog and PowerPoint describes the purpose, benefits, principles and process of project value management (PVM), which is a powerful intervention strategy that is gaining ground as a technique to obtain maximum project value for money spent.

In recent years, several major NZ projects have benefited from PVM, including the construction of hospitals, office blocks, retail centres, industrial complexes, and restoration and quake-proofing of buildings.

PVM advocates the use of group-based facilitated workshops to obtain ideas to improve project value.  Such workshops involve a multidisciplinary group of project stakeholders. There are several PVM professional facilitators operating in the NZ construction industry, most within project management consultancies, who … Read More »



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