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    Earned value management in Sweden--experiences and examples member content open

    By Antvik, Sven In project-oriented organizations, earned value management (EVM) has emerged as an important tool for managing large and complex projects. This paper examines a case study showing how the Swedish…

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    Using earned value management to predict buffer penetration in critical chain project management member content open

    By Silber, Georg To prevent project delays, many organizations are now using critical chain (CC) project management, a method that helps organizations--because it acts as a project buffer--more effectively secure…

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    You’d call anything a project just so you can manage it member content open

    By Lang, Joan | Robertson, Patricia A. Have you ever wondered how you could "impose" project management upon your "volunteer" roles so you would have properly planned events that are on schedule, well communicated, and with all the risks…

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    What makes earned value and other advanced PM techniques so hard to successfully implement? member content open

    By Peterson, Craig D. | Oliver, Mike | Webb, Scott Information technology (IT) projects are notorious for exceeding cost and schedule constraints and falling short of scope and quality requirements. To prevent such failures, many organizations, as…

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    Project interdependency management member content open

    By Audet, Luc | McEwan, Eric | Sargent, Eric Do you know where all your projects are? Will they bring home the things you expect, when you expect them? Has your project slipped because another didn't deliver a capability as required? Few…

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    Sleepless in Seattle? Avoid the scheduling nightmares member content open

    By Nielsen, Jeffrey S. What keeps you awake at night? It's probably not schedule development, but maybe it should be! How can you increase the effectiveness of your scheduling efforts? Take a fun look at schedules, and…

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    Earning the right to earned value member content open

    By McGee, Jim Even though earned value management (EVM) has long informed the United States (US) Department of Defense’s approach to managing projects, even though numerous consultants have continuously advised…

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    Integrating scheduling and earned value management (EVM) metrics member content open

    By Sparrow, Harry Unlike traditional accounting-oriented project progress measures, earned value management (EVM) enables project managers to obtain more detailed and more objective indications of actual project…

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    Earned Value Management: From Data Analysis to Executive Action member content open

    By Udell, Ellen B. Although many practitioners who believe that the true contribution of earned value (EV) is its capacity to identify cost and schedule variances, many also complain about EV’s shortcomings: It cannot…

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    Planning and scheduling member content open

    By Moylan, William A. Planning and scheduling are distinct but inseparable aspects of the successful project. Planning selects policies and procedures in order to achieve objectives; scheduling converts a project action…

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