Collaborating for Successful EVM: Five Fundamental Roles
How Organizations Can Cooperative Effectively to Achieve EVM Success
Planning, measurement and control have always been the basic tenets of successful project management. Unfortunately, for many organizations, these principles can be difficult to put into action – particularly in the form of Earned Value Management (EVM). While the concept itself is fairly straightforward and has been in use for some time now, successful EVM requires action and cooperation from virtually every person who touches the project.
Collaborating for Successful EVM: Five Fundamental Roles discusses:
- The five key areas of responsibility in EVM
- Reasons that EVM is not working— or not working as it should
- The necessity of EVM training and cultivating an “EVM culture”
EVM requires detailed, defined plans for all work and constant evaluation and analysis as the work is completed. Its success rests on the integration of a combination of skills and the sharing of knowledge and information.