Earned Value Management
Predicting the Future Performance of Projects
Earned Value is the most comprehensive trend analysis technique available to project managers. Using trend data it is possible to forecast cost or schedule overruns at an early stage in a project.
Many IT projects have been declared too costly, too late and often don't work right. Applying appropriate management techniques can improve the situation.
Busted! Seven of the most common myths about Earned Value Management, which continues to be one of the best ways to manage almost any project.
Earned Value (EV) is a management tool for tracking and communicating a project's status. Earned Value Management (EVM) will let you know the actual state of the project.
Earned Value is a technique where the project plan, actual work and work-completed value is monitored to see if a project is on track.
Earned Value Management is a systematic project management process used to find variances in projects based on comparison of worked performed and work planned.
Earned value is one of the most sophisticated and accurate methods for measuring and controlling project schedules and budgets.
This paper explores the three major questions regarding Earned Value: what, why and how? The purpose is to allay any fears the reader might have about applying this useful project management tool and to point the way to making it work.
Earned Value Management is a project management technique where you monitor the project plan, actual work, and work-completed value to see if a project is on track.