Earned value management - Is it worth the effort?

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Posted by APM on 9th Aug 2010

On the 19th of May 2010 Paul Naybor presented to the South Wales and West of England branch on the subject of Earned value management - Is it worth the effort?

Paul's presentation looked at examples of earned value in use, asked why more project managers don't use earned value and suggested a road map to earned value maturity.

The presentation can be downloaded below.

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