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Earned value analysis worked example
 
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Earned value analysis explained for project management
 
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21. Earned Value Analysis
 
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Earned Value Analysis (EVA) is an industry standard method of measuring a project's progress at any given point in time, forecasting its completion date and final cost, and analyzing variances in the schedule and budget as the project proceeds PLEASE REFER THE LINKS AS FOLLOW IF YOU NEED LEARN MORE: - You Can Ace Your PMP® Exam With The World’s Most Popular PMP® Video Training Course! : http://bit.ly/2AnUnGh - The PMI-ACP® Exam Simulator Features : http://bit.ly/2k7GuoW - CAPM® Exam Prep and CAPM® Exam Simulator : http://bit.ly/2Af7dWC - Free PMI-ACP® Exam Simulator : http://bit.ly/2nixIWw - The CAPM® Exam Simulator Features : http://bit.ly/2Ah2qUE - The PMP Exam is Changing in 2018 : http://bit.ly/2AmSk5f - PMP Exam Prep Essentials Overview Your Condensed PMP® Exam Prep Study Guide : http://bit.ly/2ngB8ZQ - eBook The PMP Exam Prep Essentials Study Guide : http://bit.ly/2ngB8ZQ - The PMP Exam Printable FlashCards (PDF FlashCards Only) : http://bit.ly/2ByCiTE - The PMP Exam eFlashCards (Portable eFlashCards Only) : http://bit.ly/2i3lUBQ - The PMP Exam FlashCards (eFlashCards & PDF Bundle) : http://bit.ly/2BAEuKr - PMP Exam Formula Study Guide (Free, Redacted Version) : http://bit.ly/2kbPoBU - The PM StudyCoach (For PMBOK Guide 5th Edition) : http://bit.ly/2Bnn035 - The PDU Podcast (Year 3) : http://bit.ly/2AmAY65 - Earn PDUs with The PM PrepCast : http://bit.ly/2zAXgjc - Earn PDUs with The Agile PrepCast : http://bit.ly/2Alns2n - The PM PrepCast (For PMBOK Guide 5th Edition) : http://bit.ly/2ipC5NZ - The Free Agile PrepCast : http://bit.ly/2kd0VRl - The Agile PrepCast : http://bit.ly/2nieb8w - The PDU Podcast (Year 2) : http://bit.ly/2Af9qRU - The PDU Podcast (Year 1) : http://bit.ly/2Af9ykm - The Free PM PrepCast - Sample Videos and Free PMP Exam Prep Material : http://bit.ly/2k9tBuK - The PDU Podcast (Monthly Subscription) : http://bit.ly/2ne1uLO - PMP Exam Formula Study Guide : http://bit.ly/2ALYfRU
PMBOK 6: Earned Value Management Analysis in simple language
 
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The video starts with an example. A contractor was given a project to install 50 desktop machines for a client at USD 1000 in 5 days. So the total contract is for USD 1000. The project manager analyzed and figures out that it requires USD 100 for 10 machines per day in 5 days. Estimation of USD 100 per day makes the project cost as USD 500. USD 500 is the project cost baseline. The project cost baseline has nothing to do with what the contractor is getting. These are 2 separate conversations. This is explained in a very simple language with the help of a Table. The Table contains Day 1 to Day 5 as Rows and Plan value, Actual value and Earned value as columns. On Day-1 you install 7 machines and actually spent USD 120, whereas planned was USD 100. So you can say that you have spent USD 120 against USD 100 and installed 7 machines against 10 machines. But as per the plan, you were supposed to spend USD 10 per machine. Now earned value comes into the picture. Earned value is a combination of actual quantity and planned rate. It is the terminology what is the worth of work completed against my budget. Earned value = the value of work you have done=7 *10 = USD 70 on Day1 On Day1 we actually have done the work worth USD 70 whereas we have spent USD 120 Here Planned Value =USD 100, Actual Value=USD 120 and Earned Value= USD 70. In simple language Earned value is the value of my completed work as per my cost baseline. For variance and more details please enroll in our online course at https://www.izenbridge.com/pmp/online-course/
Calculating Earned Value Analysis (EVA) in Project Management — Episode 34
 
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EVA is a very important KPI for project managers because this simple metric can give you an immediate pulse on your projects. In Episode 34 you'll learn how easy it is to calculate Earned Value. Learn more about effective project management on our website: https://www.easyprojects.net/ https://goo.gl/uVgyeX Watch the others Episodes of "Project Management Made Easy" Course: Episode 35 "WBS: Work Breakdown Structure in Project Management" https://youtu.be/yhekQBeiEoY Episode 33 "What is Change Management?" https://youtu.be/tjj-NwixMkk FREE Project Management eBOOK for new project managers. DOWNLOAD HERE: https://goo.gl/5Dct2L Check out our Blog on project management to learn more about calculation Earned Value Analysis (EVA) to finish projects on time and budget: https://goo.gl/uJaaEF
PMP Exam:  Earned Value Management  - Part 1, Basic Concepts
 
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Sir Ganttalot helps you prepare for the PMP exam by explaining Earned Value Management. This is a three part lesson. Part 1 covers basic concepts, i.e. how to derive PV (Planned Value), EV (Earned Value) and AC (Actual Cost). (These terms are also known as BCWS, BCWP and ACWP respectively.) Part 2 shows how to apply these items to calculate variances (SV - Schedule Variance, CV - Cost Variance, SPI - Schedule Performance Index, CPI - Cost Performance Index). Part 3 explains how Earned Value Management is used to forecast project performance by calculating EAC - Estimate at Completion, ETC - Estimate to Complete, VAC - Variance at Completion, and TCPI - To Complete Performance Index.
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How to interpret an earned value graph
 
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Projektmanagement Projektcontrolling mit Earned Value Analyse TM
 
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Projektcontrolling wird im Verhältnis zur Projektplanung häufig vernachlässigt. Dieser Beitrag stellt die Earned Value Analyse und Prognose und ihre praktische Handhabung als ein wichtiges Tool des Projektcontrollings dar.
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PMP Exam:  Earned Value Management  - Part 2, Variances and Index Values
 
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Sir Ganttalot helps you prepare for the PMP exam by explaining Earned Value Management. This is a three part lesson. Part 1 covers basic concepts, i.e. how to derive PV (Planned Value), EV (Earned Value) and AC Actual Cost. (These terms are also known as BCWS, BCWP and ACWP respectively.) Part 2 shows how to apply these items to calculate variances (SV - Schedule Variance, CV - Cost Variance, SPI - Schedule Performance Index, CPI - Cost Performance Index). Part 3 explains how Earned Value Management is used to forecast project performance by calculating EAC - Estimate at Completion, ETC - Estimate to Complete, VAC - Variance at Completion, and TCPI - To Complete Performance Index.
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Earned Value Analysis
 
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This video describes key concepts of Earned Value Management and use an example to illustrate key concepts
Earned Value Analysis in Ms Project 2016 - EVA Tips & Tricks 2018
 
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Ms Project Tips & Tricks 2018 - Understanding Earned Value Analysis in Ms Project 2016. Earned value analysis EVA is a tool for controlling project progress. Microsoft Project 2016 uses earned value, earned value cost indicator and earned value schedule indicators to display earned value information.
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Project Management Earned Value Analysis -  PMI Training
 
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Project Management Earned Value Analysis - PMI Training
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PMP Exam: Earned Value Management - Part 3, Forecasting Completion
 
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Sir Ganttalot helps you prepare for the PMP exam by explaining Earned Value Management. This is a three part lesson. Part 1 covers basic concepts, i.e. how to derive PV (Planned Value), EV (Earned Value) and AC Actual Cost. (These terms are also known as BCWS, BCWP and ACWP respectively.) Part 2 shows how to apply these items to calculate variances (SV - Schedule Variance, CV - Cost Variance, SPI - Schedule Performance Index, CPI - Cost Performance Index). Part 3 explains how Earned Value Management is used to forecast project performance by calculating EAC - Estimate at Completion, ETC - Estimate to Complete, VAC - Variance at Completion, and TCPI - To Complete Performance Index.
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Earned Value Management Formulas in  5 Minutes!
 
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PMP Exam Audio Prep: http://praizionmedia.com/praizion/?pa... Our project management courses are credit eligible for contact hours or professional development units (PDUs). Participants studying for the PMP® exam can claim the contact hours earned to satisfy PMI's eligibility requirements for the PMP® exam. Project managers seeking to maintain their PMP certification can claim the PDUs earned to satisfy PMI's Continuing Certification Requirements. Mission Statement At Praizion Media, our goal is to significantly enhance core competency in project management and equip participants with the necessary tools and skills to hit--the-ground-running in their project work. We are committed to providing clear understanding of the PMBOK® Guide, project management, project management tools, techniques and concepts to participants worldwide. With a mind-set of quality and excellence, we strive to: • Uphold the project management methodology advocated by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). • Present real world project management concepts and examples in an accessible, understandable framework. • Provide PMP® candidates with a mechanism to gauge understanding and preparedness for the PMP® exam. • Reinforce project management sensibility through targetted learning instruction.
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Earned Value Analysis Case Study
 
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Earned value management for a small construction project
Earned Value Analysis - Pt. 1
 
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In this Video Colin Balchin from http://www.adept-knowledge.com covers some of the principles of Earned Value Management. Earned Value Analysis is one of the most common techniques of performance measurement. It integrates cost, time, and scope metrics on a project. This Topic is covered in greater depth on the following courses: Operational Project Management - http://www.adept-knowledge.com/training/courses/opm.html Tactical Project Management - http://www.adept-knowledge.com/training/courses/tpm.html APMP Certificate - http://www.adept-knowledge.com/training/courses/apmp.html Principles of Project Control - http://www.adept-knowledge.com/training/courses/ppc.html PMI ® Project Management Professional Certification - http://www.adept-knowledge.com/training/courses/pmicert.html Applied Project Management - http://www.adept-knowledge.com/training/courses/appliedpm.html Colin Balchin of Adept Knowledge Management
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How to make predictions using earned value analysis
 
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Earned Value Analysis
 
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In this Video Colin Balchin from http://www.adept-knowledge.com covers some of the principles of Earned Value Management. Earned Value Analysis is one of the most common techniques of performance measurement. It integrates cost, time, and scope metrics on a project.
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How to Work with Earned Value Analysis in Microsoft Project 2016 - Part 1
 
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Get the complete 18-hour Project 2016 Beginner to Expert course for $1 here ► https://streamskill.com/p/streamskill-membership/?product_id=46085&coupon_code=YT1DOLLAR During this Microsoft Project 2016 advanced training tutorial video, we will talk about the basic terminology of earned value analysis and will explain some of the ways in which Project 2016 does earned value analysis. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Project 2016 advanced training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3ijsaeOSiLehF1bquXCxmHv Project 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3g_ABHdUU7RoGJJm-YFr4_Y Excel 2016 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 VBA for Excel tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hWRi0mgxdyWkT0QaYKuBGZ Visio 2013 for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jpAwkTGD6hGNxF8ML_FfsF SharePoint 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jloGuvewOe0Iv1EE2POKge Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Hello again and welcome back to our course on Project 2016 Advanced. In this section we’re going to start to look at Earned Value Analysis. I am going to assume that you have come across Earned Value Analysis before but even so I’m going to start in this section by clarifying the terminology and just explaining some of the ways in which Project 2016 does Earned Value calculations for us. And then in the next section I’ll take a look at one or two examples of Earned Value Analysis using our website project. And we’re starting off with version 16 of the website project here. Now let’s start with some very basics of terminology. What I’ve got here is a four day task and let’s say that the value of this task is $100. It doesn’t really matter what I mean by the value as such. Let’s just say that as far as my project is concerned the value of this task to the project is $100. If I assess the situation at the end of the second day, so this is at the end of Tuesday, and I decide that although I’m halfway through the duration of the task I’ve actually achieved ¾ of the outcome, so I’m ¾ of the way through deducing the result that is clearly a good situation to be in or at least it appears to be because I seem to have done more work than I was scheduled to do. But supposing that in order to do that I had used twice as many resources. So although I’ve achieved three days worth of value I’ve used four days worth of effort. So two people for two days. Now this simple example explains what Earned Value Analysis is all about. It’s not enough to say I am a certain proportion of the way through a task there fore this is the situation. You also need to know how much of the value of the task you’ve achieved. If you’re halfway through that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ve achieved half of the value. And you also need to know the cost of what you’ve done. Again you may be halfway through the duration of the task. That doesn’t necessarily mean that you used half of the amount of cost that you’d allowed for. You may have used a lot more than half of the cost. As I say, you may have had two people working on it instead of one. You may have used less than that amount of cost. Maybe somebody only had to work on it half time and yet they’ve still got half of the value of the task done but with less than half of the cost. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
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MS Project 2013 - Earned Value Analysis
 
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MS Project 2013 - Earned Value Analysis Watch more videos at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/videotutorials/index.htm Lecture By: Mr. Akshay Marge, Tutorials Point India Private Limited
PMP Exam Prep  - Earned Value Management (#1)
 
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PMP® Expert Aileen Ellis of AME Group Inc. on earned value management. Aileen Ellis, PgMP®, PMP®, is The PMP® Expert. She is the owner and proudly the only instructor for AME Group Inc., a Registered Education Provider (REP®) through the Project Management Institute (PMI®). She personally instructs project managers to gain the confidence and knowledge to pass the PMP® Exam and the CAPM® Exam. She has helped more than 10,000 professionals obtain their PMP® and over 1,000 professionals obtain those coveted letters: CAPM®. Working with thousands of students from dozens of countries, Ms. Ellis has gained a thorough understanding of the ins and outs of the PMBOK® Guide, the exam content, and proven test-taking strategies. ************************************ Want to hire Aileen to help you pass the PMP Exam? Contact Aileen at [email protected] Aileen runs live face to face workshops as well as provides online coaching for very motivated individuals. ************************************ Social ************************** My website: http://www.aileenellis.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PmpExamExpert/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pmpcertificationexpertaileen Twitter: http://Twitter.com/aileenellis
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Earned Value Analysis - Example
 
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PMP®  Earned Value Management : Cost Control | iZenBridge
 
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Stuck with PMP? Enroll in our PMP Online Training and Get PMP in 45 Days with PMBOK5 http://goo.gl/l2aQOq Be a part of the latest discussions on PMP Training and PMP Exam http://goo.gl/91L1cw One of the most important topics from the PMP exam point of view. We begin with an example- primary assumption of earned value is -- whatever we do in a project has some value. "This value is the amount of work we are getting against our budgeted amount" -The earned value calculation we use budgeted amount budget at completion -Earned value measures the performance, schedule and time in monetary terms Explained with the help of an example -Earned value curve or S-Curve discussed -What is cost variance and schedule variance -Cost performance index and schedule performance index The entire topic is discussed and explained with the help of an example so as to give an idea of the practical implication of the process. Watch the full video session and drop us a feedback. We would love to add more value to our video presentations with your assistance.
10.5 Earned Value Analysis EVA
 
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Earned Value Management Part I
 
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I share with you me and my team's experiences in designing and developing ITSM / ITIL Solutions. We consult Fortune 500 companies and also Government agencies in IT Service Management domain. The objective is to simplify a complex topic. Please share your feedback. [email protected]
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PMP Earned Value Analysis
 
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This video provides you a basic concept on how Earned Value Analysis work. Explained to you Earned Value Management Acronym, provide tip how to memorize the EVM formulas. How to calculate Earned value EV, Cost Variance CV, Schedule Variance SV, Cost Performance Index CPI, Schedule Performance Index SPI, Estimate at Completion EAC, Estimate to Completion ETC and so on. This video also provided a simple Earned Value Analysis example to illustrate how to establish the Earned Value Analysis Matrix and explained the analysis result.
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EARNED VALUE, CPI, SPI, CV, EV?- PMP EXAM PREP
 
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http://pmpbraindump.com/praizion/?page_id=67 - Attend a 35 hour course & study for your PMP Exam from Home! http://www.praizion.com EARNED VALUE BASICS - Solving problems and looking at the basic formulas for EV metrics. The projects I used EVM had defined points in the project where different % percentages were claimed as complete. A project could be broken down at the Project Manager's discretion into: Milestone 1 - 20% complete Milestone 2 - 50% complete Milestone 3 - 30% complete The PM has to decide at what point to claim work as complete and how much will be claimed. The success in EVM implementation revolves around accurate Budgeting (BAC) and the breakdown into PV for the relevant time periods and also BCWP (EV itself) the work has to be Budgeted as accurately as possible. Sometimes the work is under budgeted which gives inaccurate EV metrics. You may refer to this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earned_value_management For extra reading. Also there is a study material Earned Value Basics 2 on the LMS for further study.
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How to Work with Earned Value Analysis in Microsoft Project 2016 - Part 2
 
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Get the complete 18-hour Project 2016 Beginner to Expert course for $1 here ► https://streamskill.com/p/streamskill-membership/?product_id=46085&coupon_code=YT1DOLLAR During this Microsoft Project 2016 advanced training tutorial video, we will concentrate on the examples of earned value analysis as well as discuss some important points about the topic. We will also cover the key project options that are relevant to earned value analysis. Checkout some of our other training on YouTube: Project 2016 advanced training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3ijsaeOSiLehF1bquXCxmHv Project 2016 beginner training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3g_ABHdUU7RoGJJm-YFr4_Y Excel 2016 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hFUdlWMkTLZL-Fr3oRGN35 VBA for Excel tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3hWRi0mgxdyWkT0QaYKuBGZ Visio 2013 for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jpAwkTGD6hGNxF8ML_FfsF SharePoint 2013 training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzj7TwUeMQ3jloGuvewOe0Iv1EE2POKge Stay in touch: SimonSezIT.com: http://www.simonsezit.com/ StreamSkill.com: http://streamskill.com/ YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/foiItB Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14m8Rwl Twitter: http://bit.ly/177EU5J Google+: http://bit.ly/11JbHdb If you enjoyed the video, please give a "thumbs up" and subscribe to the channel ;-) Welcome back to our course on Project 2016 Advanced. In this section I’m going to concentrate on an example of Earned Value Analysis and reporting. But first of all I need to cover some general points about Earned Value Analysis, very important points in fact, and then I need to look at the key Project options that are relevant to Earned Value Analysis. The first important point is that Earned Value Analysis is done on the basis of comparing progress with a baseline. It therefore makes it absolutely essential that you have saved a baseline. Also the fact that you are comparing progress means that you must have recorded some progress. So you may be in the very early stages of a project, maybe you only have one task in progress but until you have recorded some progress information then Earned Value Analysis won’t tell you anything at all. The second important point which is closely related to that one is that you should have pretty much all of your tasks, resources, assignments, etcetera in place before you save the baseline which you are going to use for Earned Value Analysis. There is little point in say putting half a dozen tasks, saving the baseline and then putting in another 20 tasks and expecting Earned Value Analysis to tell you anything useful. Now that’s not to say that you won’t have change during the life of a project. Let’s take the Farm_Foods_Web_Site_16 as an example. Earlier on in the course we added a task here, task 21 User Testing, and because it wasn’t in the baseline that we saved earlier on if we now run Earned Value Analysis and the figures for User Testing will be included we will get a slightly misleading set of results in relation to User Testing, Testing and in fact the whole project due to the fact that in the comparison between the project as it is now and the baseline that was saved earlier on there is a difference of one task. You may well accept discrepancies like this one on the grounds that they are relatively small percentage of figures overall. But if you really did discover that you’d missed a whole chunk of a project or perhaps part of a project is de-scoped, a whole set of tasks are to be taken out, it would be much more useful to save a new baseline or at least adapt the original baseline to take those tasks out of the original baseline. Sorry, we couldn't fit the entire video transcription here since YouTube only allows 5000 characters.
Views: 5125 Simon Sez IT
Project performance measurement- Earned Value analysis
 
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This short video explains how Microsoft Excel can be used to conduct Project Earned Value Analysis.
EVM 123 Earned Value Management Basics
 
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40 DAYS TO PMP EXAM SUCCESS VIDEO GET THE WHOLE SERIES ONLINE AT WWW.PRAIZION.COM Great study program to help you STUDY in a methodical way. Comes with our Audio and DVD PMP products: 40 Days to PMP Exam Success Program Introduction Day 1 Our project management courses are credit eligible for contact hours or professional development units (PDUs). Participants studying for the PMP® exam can claim the contact hours earned to satisfy PMI's eligibility requirements for the PMP® exam. Project managers seeking to maintain their PMP certification can claim the PDUs earned to satisfy PMI's Continuing Certification Requirements. Mission Statement At Praizion Media, our goal is to significantly enhance core competency in project management and equip participants with the necessary tools and skills to hit--the-ground-running in their project work. We are committed to providing clear understanding of the PMBOK® Guide, project management, project management tools, techniques and concepts to participants worldwide. With a mind-set of quality and excellence, we strive to: • Uphold the project management methodology advocated by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). • Present real world project management concepts and examples in an accessible, understandable framework. • Provide PMP® candidates with a mechanism to gauge understanding and preparedness for the PMP® exam. • Reinforce project management sensibility through targetted learning instruction.
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Primavera P6: Earned Value and Baselines
 
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Bill Pepoon, Managing Partner at Construction Science and Primavera Scheduling, explains how Earned Value settings can cause problems with baselines.
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Schedule Toolkit - Earned Value Analysis
 
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Learn how to get the most out of the XER Schedule Toolkit's Earned Value Analysis Tools
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Earned Value Management and Microsoft Project 2010
 
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A tutorial on Earned Value Management and how to work with it in Microsoft Project 2010 by Simon Hoare **N.B.: Best watched in HD and full screen.** 00:00 Introduction 01:16 Part I - EVM 13:59 Part II - EVM in MS Project For more information, see http://simonhoare.be Music: Tikhy Vecher by La Minor used under Creative Commons licence. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/La_Minor/Live_at_Pacific_Parc_09062009/La_Minor_Live_at_Pacific_Parc_Vol1_1143 Made with Windows Live Movie Maker, Microsoft Power Point 2010 and a lot of patience.
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Engineering Deliverables in [Oracle] Primavera P6 & Earned Value Demo
 
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Engineering Deliverables in [Oracle] Primavera P6 & Earned Value Demo This video is a demonstration of our methodology of Engineering EPC Deliverables specifically for Earned Value in Oracle Primavera P6. This Methodology is using activities that represents "rules of credit" and Activity Coding used to identify Deliverable types. Along with certain P6 layouts used to organized and report the health of the project. A User Defined Field is introduced & 1 Global Change is deployed. APA Disclaimer: This is not an instructional video. It is a demonstration. It is intended to open up discussion between APA.com & our potential clients. Or to open up ideas for users to initiate on their own. If you feel more instruction is necessary, feel free to contact us for setting up sessions. www.advancedplanninganalytics.com
Project 2016 Tutorial Using Earned Value Analysis Microsoft Training
 
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Learn about Using Earned Value Analysis in Microsoft Project at www.teachUcomp.com. A clip from Mastering Project Made Easy v. 2016. http://www.teachucomp.com/free - the most comprehensive Project tutorial available. Visit us today!
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Earned value analysis using Microsoft Project (MSP)- Calculating Cost variance and schedule variance
 
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This short video explains the inconsistency of MS Project in dealing with status dates. It also demonstrates how Excel and MSP can be used in parallel to conduct a reliable analysis of earned value.
Using Earned Value Analysis to Manage Projects
 
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Dr. Mark Gershon introduces Earned Value Analysis as a project management tool. The lecture is part of Temple University's Singapore Executive MBA (EMBA) program. Dr. Gershon is the chairman of the Management Science and Operations Management department at Temple University and is a Six Sigma Master Black Belt.
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Understanding Earned Value Analysis | PMP Exam preparation | Edureka
 
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( PMP Certification Training - https://www.edureka.co/pmp ) Watch sample class recording: http://www.edureka.co/pmp?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=earned-value-analysis Earned Value Analysis is an objective method to measure project performance in terms of scope, time and cost. Watch the video to learn more on this concept, which describes the following: 1. What is Earned Value Analysis (EVA)? 2. Why is EVA needed? 3. Definition 4. Formulas Related Posts: http://www.edureka.co/blog/winning-edge-with-pmp-training/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=earned-value-analysis http://www.edureka.co/blog/guide-to-pmp-exam-preparation/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=earned-value-analysis Edureka is a New Age e-learning platform that provides Instructor-Led Live, Online classes for learners who would prefer a hassle free and self paced learning environment, accessible from any part of the world. The topic ‘Earned Value Analysis’ has been widely covered in our course ‘PMP Exam Preparation’. For more information, please write back to us at [email protected] Call us at US: 1800 275 9730 (toll free) or India: +91-8880862004
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Graphical Reports | Earned Value analysis | Cost Problems in Ms Project 2016 📐⏳✍️🏘️
 
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In this Microsoft Project 2016 Tutorial, you will learn about: 1. Working with graphical report in Microsoft Project 2016 2. Using Earned Value Microsoft Project 2016 3. Viewing Project Schedule Status Microsoft Project 2016 4. Looking for Schedule progress Problems Microsoft Project 2016 5. Looking for cost problems Microsoft Project 2016 6. Printing views and reports Microsoft Project 2016 In this Beginners to Advanced Microsoft Project Professional 2016 course you will be learning the very basics of Microsoft Project Professional and will learn advanced topics as we move on. Microsoft Project 2016 is used to manage your projects schedule, timeline, resources and many more. Ms Project is widely recognized by the Project management experts to manage project ranging from small to very large industrial and constructional Projects.
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Primavera P6 Training: Intro to Earned Value
 
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http://mssprojectsanalytics.com MSS Inc. certified Primavera P6 consultants discuss the introduction to Earned Value in Primavera P6. MSS Inc. has developed an online Primavera P6 training video course covering the fundamentals of project management in Primavera P6 Release 7. Click on the link to get access to a sample video lesson. http://mssprojectsanalytics.com/get-your-free-sample-video-tutorial/?hsCtaTracking=15a5a0b0-b298-4277-990c-989c656bad4b%7C800e8319-41f1-498c-9247-a796a12ae8b5
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Earned Value Analysis Template
 
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You are trying to measure project performance and progress by scope, schedule and cost. Get this template @ http://www.demandmetric.com/content/earned-value-analysis-template
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Earned Value Analysis (EVA) – With Excel | Project Management | Harper Classroom
 
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This HOW TO video will generate, in Excel, the template presented in the video “Earned Value Analysis (EVA) – Concepts & Mechanics”. Therefore, this video can be considered an extension or demonstration of the material presented in the concepts & mechanics video.
شرح القيمة المكتسبة بطريقة بسيطة Earned Value Management
 
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هذه المحاضرة جزء من كورس PMP على موقع يوديمي باللغة العربية للاطلاع على الكورس منا هنا: http://bit.ly/pmp-arabic كما يمكنكم الاطلاع على خارطة الطريق لاجتياز امتحان PMP من هنا: http://logaritm.net/?p=635 ومراجع وماتيريال PMP من هنا: http://logaritm.net/?p=699 وتخفيضات على كورسات يوديمي من هنا: http://logaritm.net/?p=708 شرح جميع المعادلات المتعلقة بالقيمة المكتسبة Earned Value بطريقة بسيطة شرح كيفية حساب TCPI وحساب توقعات الكلفة تم إعداد هذا الفيديو لصالح موقع لوغاريتم http://Logaritm.net م. سعد المرعي
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OCTOBER 2012 - CALCULATING EARNED VALUE AND ESTIMATE TO COMPLETE IN PRIMAVERA P6
 
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CALCULATING EARNED VALUE AND ESTIMATE TO COMPLETE IN PRIMAVERA P6
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Earned Value Calculations -  Solving For EV - PMP Exam Prep
 
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When preparing for the PMP Certification Exam, we are required to memorize and calculate several equations for Earned Value (EV). More recently, these simple equations are presented with a twist. Watch this video and learn how to handle these tricky questions.
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Earned Value with MS Project 2007 (Pt. 1 of 2)
 
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Using EVM techniques with MS Project is easier than you think! See more at www.jerryrobbins.net/evm
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