Chapter 19. Measuring Performance with Earned Value Analysis

Measuring Performance with Earned Value Analysis

Chapter 19 at a Glance

In this chapter you will learn to:

Set a status date and see earned value indicators for schedule performance.

See earned value cost performance indicators.

Looking at task and resource variance throughout a project’s duration is an essential project management activity, but it does not give you a complete picture of the project’s long-term health. For example, a task might be over budget and ahead of schedule (possibly not good) or over budget and behind schedule (definitely not good). Viewing schedule or cost variance alone does not tell you much about performance ...

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