Few years ago I heard for the very first time about VfM methodology. Here is the best description of how to apply the concept to infrastructure projects from the financial perspective to both public and private clients. If you go to at the end of the website then you will be able to download the "Assessing Value For Money: A Guide To Infrastructure Ontario’s Methodology" developed by one of my coworkers back then.
Businesses have a tendency to focus on one or other of the three E’s: Economy – doing things as cheaply as possible, avoiding spending more than is necessary Efficiency – doing things as smoothly as possible, eliminating processes and activities...
Cesar Gutierrez's insight:
El nacimiento de la cuarta "e" como integración de las anteriores y basada totalmente en el concepto original de cuánto obtengo por mi dinero: value for money!
As it was expected, VFM was meant to be applied not only to traditional industries but the emerging ones as well. This is a very useful example of how it interacts with social businesses and a simple way to generates greater value for delivering same sort of services as before.
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