Earned value analysis (EVA) for PMP & CAPM Exams
☑ Earned value analysis (EVA) for PMP & CAPM Exam
☑ 8 steps to performing earned value analysis effectively.
☑ To get essential early warning signal in Projects
☑ How to track project from Time & cost point of view
Earned value management, earned value project management, or earned value performance management is a project management technique for measuring project performance and progress in an objective manner.
This course will help you to understand Earned value analysis (EVA) for PMP & CAPM Exams
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.
This course covers, Earned value analysis (EVA) concept with one practical example with samples questions.
Earned value analysis is the project management tool that is used to measure project progress. It compares the actual work completed at any time to the original budget and schedule. It forecasts the final budget and schedule and analyzes the path to get there. It gives you the essential early warning signals.
There are 8 steps to performing earned value analysis effectively. It may seem like alot at first glance, but for small projects this takes five minutes once you learn how to do it:
- Determine the percent complete of each task.
- Determine Planned Value (PV).
- Determine Earned Value (EV).
- Obtain Actual Cost (AC).
- Calculate Schedule Variance (SV).
- Calculate Cost Variance (CV).
- Calculate Other Status Indicators (SPI, CPI, EAC, ETC, and TCPI)
- Compile Results
In this course I have covered theory part as well as practical example with help of Project management software like Microsoft Project.
Earned Value Analysis (EVA)
Earned Value Analysis (EVA) Introduction
Earned Value Analysis (EVA) Practical Example
Earned Value Analysis (EVA) with MS Project Software
To Complete Performance Index
Earned Value Analysis (EVA) Formulas
Earned Value Analysis (EVA) Practice Quetions