PROJ 592 Week 5 DQ 1 Earned Value Calculation

PROJ 592 Week 5 DQ 1 Earned Value Calculation


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PROJ 592 Week 5 DQ 1 Earned Value Calculation

(PROJ 592 Project Cost and Schedule Control - DeVry)

This week we are introduced to Earned Value techniques. Why is this method any different than just comparing the traditional budget to date with the expenditures to date? After reviewing the EV technique and calculations, does the method have any use when monitoring a project?

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Week 5: Project Monitoring and Control - Discussion

Earned Value Calculation (graded)

This week we are introduced to Earned Value techniques. Why is this method any different than just comparing the traditional budget to date with the expenditures to date? After reviewing the EV technique and calculations, does the method have any use when monitoring a project?

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