Project Management with the lights on: Earned Value Management using Odoo

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7. Earned Value Management 7

19. Earned Value Management 19

6. 6 Work Plan

8. 8 Basic Elements

15. 15 Performance Measurement

9. 9 Planned Value 1

11. 11 Earned Value 2

13. 13 Actual Cost 3

18. 18 Performance Analysis and Forecasting

20. 20 Schedule 1

24. 24 Cost 2

32. 32 Guidance for use of key EVM Practices

2. Project management about Deming’s Cycle Earned Value Management 2

33. 33 Establish a Performance Measurement Baseline 1

35. 35 Measure and analyze performance against the Baseline 2

1. 1 Odoo Experience 2015 Project Management with the lights on: Earned Value Management using Odoo Jordi Ballester Alomar (Eficent)

5. Patterns and trends will help to identify: ● Where problems are occurring ● Whether problems are critical or not ● What will it take to get the project back on track Earned Value Management 5 ... or go back to the usual divination techniques.

3. Identifying patterns and trends... something humans are quite good at. And patterns and trends in the past can be good predictors of the future. Earned Value Management 3

26. Cost Variance (CV) Earned Value Management 26 CV = EV - AC

17. Mapping the % complete to project stages allows to implement fixed formula or percent complete . Earned Value Management 17

23. Schedule Performance Index (How efficiently are we using time?) Earned Value Management 23 SPI = EV / PV

27. Cost Performance Index (How efficiently are we using our resources?) Earned Value Management 27 CPI = EV / AC

29. Estimate at Completion (What is the project likely to cost?) Earned Value Management 29 EAC = BAC / CPI

30. Variance at Completion (Will we be under or over budget?) Earned Value Management 30 VAC = BAC - EAC

31. Estimate to Complete (What will the remaining work cost?) Earned Value Management 31 ETC = (BAC - EV) / CPI

22. Earned Value Management 22 Schedule Variance (Are we ahead or behind schedule?) SV = EV - PV

28. To-Complete Performance Index (How efficiently must we use our remaining resources?) Earned Value Management 28 TCPI = (BAC - EV) / (BAC - AC)

14. Actual Cost is an indication of the level of resources that have been expended to achieve the actual work performed to date. Earned Value Management 14 Planned Value Earned Value Actual Cost

10. Planned Value describes how far along project work is supposed to be at any given point in the project schedule. Constitutes the Performance Measurement Baseline Earned Value Management 10 Budget at Completion Planned Value

37. Find the module: project_earned_value_task in: earned-value Thanks to 37 Jordi Ballester Alomar Email: Twitter: @jbeficent_erp Website:

12. Earned Value is a snapshot of the work progress at a given point of time. Reflects the amount of work that has actually been accomplished to date, expressed as the planned value for that work. Earned Value Management 12 Planned Value Earned Value

25. Cost Variance (Are we under or over our budget?) Earned Value Management 25 Time now Cost Variance CV = EV - AC

36. ● Record resource usage during project execution ● Objectively Measure the Physical Work Progress ● Credit Earned Value according to Earned Value Techniques ● Analyze and Forecast cost/schedule performance ● Report performance problems and/or take action Earned Value Management 36

16. Work performance is measured periodically, such as weekly or monthly. Discrete efforts that span one to two periods are often measured with fixed formula techniques (0-100, 50-50,..) Discrete efforts of longer duration (greater than two periods) are measured with other techniques, including those known as weighted milestone and percent complete . Earned Value Management 16

21. Schedule Variance determines whether the Project is ahead or behind schedule. Earned Value Management 21 Schedule Variance Time now Time behind SV = EV - PV

34. ● Decompose the work to a manageable level ● Assign unambiguous management responsibility ● Develop time-phased budget for each work task ● Select the appropriate Earned Value Measurement Technique ● Maintain Integrity of Performance Measurement Baseline Earned Value Management 34

4. Earned Value Management (EVM) attempts to answer to the following questions: ...are we ahead or behind schedule? efficiently are we using our time? ...when is the project likely to be completed? ...are we currently over or under our budget? efficiently are we using our resources? ...what is the remaining work likely to cost? ...what is the entire project likely to cost? much will we be under or over budget at the end? Earned Value Management 4


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