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Earned value management can be a wonderful tool…to integrate scope, time and cost.…This integrated approach to managing the project…gives us visibility into project performance…and lets us forecast future performance.…More important, earned value can be an early warning sign…that we need to make adjustments if we want to stay on the project plan.…If you are currently utilizing earned value management…in your work environment, I hope this course provided you…a simple way to understand earned value…and practice working on a few of the equations.…
If you want to learn about earned value management…to help you on your quest to become a project management professional,…you certainly are on the right path.…Again, make sure you don't just memorize the equations…but really understand the logic behind them.…While earned value is a wonderful project management tool,…its implementation can seem overwhelming.…Earned value can be a struggle for many organizations…due to a lack of planning.…
To truly utilize earned value management,…
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- What is earned value management?
- Who uses EVM?
- Determining budget at completion, planned value, and earned value
- Calculating schedule and cost variance as well as schedule and cost performance index
- Forecasting future costs
- Computing TCPI for project success
- Exploring limitations of EVM<br><br>
- The PMI Registered Education Provider logo is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.