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Value Management & Partnering Facilitation


Value Management & Partnering Facilitation

How we help

Value Management is a structured, systematic search for value improvement within projects, processes, or service delivery systems to improve value and solve problems in line with your objectives.

Benefits include capital cost savings, the best project team for the job, clearer decision making and better function for your budget.

Ours is a system-wide approach to assessing the relationship between activities, their cost, and their worth. This lets us explore different methods of achieving the outcomes that improve value.

RDT Pacific works with organisations from both the private and public sector, with our workshop facilitators qualified to practice the joint Australian and New Zealand Standard for Value Management.

We also apply this process to the development of working relationships in the form of Partnering arrangements and Team Dynamics workshops.

Our Service

Value Management

Our service supports and enhances the following processes:

  • Strategic planning
  • Strategic asset planning
  • Brief definition and clarification
  • Design testing and ratification
  • Value enhancement
  • Problem-solving
  • Post-occupancy evaluation

Partnering / Team Dynamics

RDT Pacific is able to facilitate partnering arrangements through team dynamics workshops to improve working relationships among project stakeholders, by harnessing their collective efforts, fostering collaboration and eliminating confrontation.

First, we help parties examine the total system and generate a partnering charter which defines the vision, values and mutual goals. We then develop tools to measure and improve communication and coordination and address formal problem solving and dispute avoidance throughout the project.

In our experience, when properly applied, formalised partnering arrangements lead to:

  • Greater returns on investments
  • More effective use of everyone’s time
  • Reduced exposure to litigation
  • Reduction in stakeholder costs
  • Improved project quality
  • Reduced overhead costs
  • Open flow of information
  • Greater innovation
  • Better conflict resolution
  • Increased openness and trust