Category: Front


Strategy

VMS Value Strategy

The answers to questions like “Why is this the way it is?” and “Why can’t we try a different way?” form the basis of all strategy. Our approach is founded on the tenacity to continually ask why in order to help our clients develop effective strategies and implement them to fully realize value.

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Innovation

Our clients look to us to help them innovate

VMS has the leadership, thinking, and approach to help our clients get the most out of their most valuable resource – their own people. Our clients look to us to help them innovate in the products and services they offer and the processes they use to achieve success.

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Focus

To maintain sharp focus on total value, VMS adopts a broad vision. Our clients rely on this vision to help identify what is important in order to establish the right priorities. The sophisticated analytical tools and facilitation methods we employ help our clients manage risks appropriately and realistically and make decisions that will lead to better value.

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Leadership

Value Leadership Compass

Our passion for value keeps our clients coming back to VMS for support and direction in achieving their goals. At its core, VMS uses Value Methodology to help our clients improve the value of the projects, products, and services they deliver. The value framework demands attention to performance, cost, time, and risk and aligns these to customer priorities. It’s this framework that can solve virtually any problem and optimize the value of any project. Let us help guide you in the direction of success for your project, process, or organization.

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Publications

Our staff literally wrote the books on Value Optimization and Risk Management. Also, these books are used as the foundation for our training programs and the processes we proudly advance at VMS.

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Cost and Time

You can’t consider one without the other. Whether your organization manufactures produces, delivers services, or designs and constructs projects, resources are always precious, and there never seems to be enough time or money. Effective value management requires attention to both total…

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Functions

Value optimization requires a special understanding of the reasons for why things exist, each of which is called a “function.” The analysis of functions allows cost, time, performance, and risk to be correlated in a way that reveals hidden insight. These insights open the door to innovation. Let us help you unlock this door!

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