This course gives you a solid understanding of the fundamental principles of earned value management and teaches you how to use both software models and other practical tools to apply them in everyday project scenarios.Aligned with the ANSI EIA-748 standard for Earned Value Management Systems and PMI®’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition, Project Management Institute, Inc., 2013, the curriculum is compliant with the most up-to-date government specifications for reporting project progress. This elite course is only offered for groups–inquire for your company!
Duration: 3 days (8 hrs./day)
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Course Benefits and Objectives
The principles and processes of earned value management (EVM)
The Performance Management Baseline
The vocabulary of EVM
How earned value calculations are used to express completed work in terms that quantify progress
The use of project performance information in determining corrective action
Why the use of EVM is crucial for securing government project contracts
How to create a project baseline
How to use EVM to evaluate a project’s performance against the baseline
The formulae used to calculate earned value and how to apply them
Ways to identify and make decisions about corrective actions that are needed based on project performance information
How to apply EVM principles and calculations to your own projects using hands-on exercises