The key to unlocking the door to a plethora of project status metrics is earned value, which is a way of placing a value on the progress of work achieved. But how is earned value specified?
Earned Value Management is a tried-and-tested way of managing project performance. But it has a reputation for being difficult to implement and hard to manage. If you’ve made the decision to implement EVM for project
If you’re considering Earned Value (EV) as a way to develop better project governance, then you’ll know what an undertaking it is to shift the organizational mindset towards that way of working
EVMP (Earned Value Management Practitioner’s) Symposium are holding their annual conference at the Waterview Conference Centre (CEB) in Arlington, Virginia on August 24-25. In it’s 7th year, this conference goes from strength to strength, with over 90% of post 2016 surveyed rating it excellent or
Scheduling guidelines like the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)’s 14 point assessment will fail a schedule of any negative lags (or leads) are found: effectively banning their use entirely. In addition, to DCMA the Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Join our free 60 minute webinar to learn how to use process design/redesign to ensure successful project outcomes. As a program or project manager you know that Productivity and Quality are main drivers for determining if you can successfully
EVM World is a world-class event for Earned Value Management, attracting professionals from around the globe. In its’ 33rd year, this respected event offers an experience not to be missed for every level of Project
eVaintheUK are holding their annual two-day conference on the 17th and 18th May. With the talk of Brexit and the uncertainty of the future, #eVa22’s theme of Brexibility will look at the importance of project controls and governance. The focus of the conference will be the “New Normal”
When only the project is managed, the processes within the project can have poor productivity (taking longer than expected to complete the work) and low quality (either many mistakes are made, or the result doesn’t meet customer requirements).
How frequently do your projects have risk of, or experience, cost overruns, schedule delays, and customer frustration? How much time each week do you spend updating schedules, justifying delays and negotiating budget extensions? These activities can start to