Advanced Project Management: Project Performance Management (RV-11303)
To control a project and keep it on budget and schedule, you need to have a quantified sense of where the project is. How is it doing? Is it on time? Is it on budget? Are the deliverable's being delivered? Are the end users satisfied? To achieve this level of project performance assessment requires a deeper understanding of metrics and measures. During this interactive online course, you will go deeper than the Project Management Institute’s Project Management Book of Knowledge® takes individuals in Earned Value Management. This course will also expand your understanding of metrics and Key Performance Indicators, which are essential tools and techniques project managers must develop to effectively conduct project performance measurement on today’s complex projects.
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By the end of this course you will be able to: List the five steps involved in performing Earned Value Management for effective project performance measurement to a project baseline Apply the various earned value equations to develop the variances and values that define the performance of projects Explain the importance of intangible measures in effective project performance measurement and name some of the more common intangible measures State the four types of project-based metrics, according to time frames for making measurements of project performance factors List the six characteristics of effective project-oriented Key Performance Indicators
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