This guide from the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) is intended to help practitioners to carryout diligent review of project baseline to ensure alignment with scope of work, resources and schedule.
This guide from the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) recommends best practices for using Earned Value Management System in an Agile Project Management environment including Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), Integrated Master Schedule, Progress Measurement Metrics and Baseline Changes Management.
Though this procedure was prepared by the US Department of Energy for its use, it can still be used as a guide for conducting project cost and schedule performance analysis by any Project Controls professional.
Are you looking for ways to use Earned Value in Microsoft Project or how to generate s-curves data from Microsoft Project? Then this whitepaper titled Simple Earned Value by Martin Vaughan of Core Consulting is for you.
Construction Business Owner (CBO) is hosting a free webinar on how technology has revolutionised the role of a project manager. The webinar will be presented by Andy Keidel of Fogel-Anderson Construction Co..
Earned Value Management (EVM) is a great method for project performance management and Earned Schedule extends EVM making it easier to forecast completion dates based on Earned Value data. If you would like to learn more then join Shohreh Ghorbani of Project Control Academy as she hosts a webinar on Earned Schedule.
If you are keen to know more about project delays, then this webinar on how to manage construction delays by the Encore Group is for you. The webinar will discuss how delays affect construction projects, how to identify, analyse and assess the impact of delays when they occur and how to deal with EOT requests.
APM is hosting a free webinar on how to improve personal and professional performance on 12th June 2019. The hour long session by Tim Podesta will focus on how data can be used to drive continuous improvement.
All projects require performance management and one method of monitoring and tracking project performance is through the use of s-curve. In this white paper from Midori Media, the s-curve is demystified by looking at the why use an s-curve, types of s-curves, how to generate and analyse an s-curve.