Earned Value Analysis in Project Management: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet


Note if you are taking the PMP® exam from 26 March 2018 onwards: click here to read the updated PMP® study material based on PMBOK® Guide 6th Edition.

Cheers, Stefania

Earned value analysis in project management (EVA) is a technique for measuring project performance against project scope, schedule, and cost baselines. It is based primarly on earned value management (EVM) and forcasting and it is one of the most difficult parts of the PMP® certification exam to master. Here you will find an all-in-one project management graphic that summarizes:

  • the main parameters and formula to calculate the performance measurement and forecasting metrics of a project
  • how they are used and interpreted
  • their parent-to-child relationships

Read on!



 



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Hi, I am Stefania, hearth and keyboard behind Tipsographic, a free online resource for everybody interested in project management and agile. I specialize in project management tips, tools, and tricks. When I'm not writing, you can find me road cycling around Tuscany or spending time with friends and family.

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