Earned value is a project technique you can use to monitor, track and report on the performance of any project. This document is a cheat-sheet of formulas you can use to confidently calculate earned value.
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While no one likes to do it, laying off people sometimes is a cost-effective way of saving a business in a struggling economy. If you are thinking about laying people off (and we sincerely hope you don't have to), calculate the long-term costs involved in such a drastic move.
While no one likes to do it, laying off people sometimes is a cost-effective way of saving a business in a struggling economy. If you are thinking about laying people off (and we sincerely hope you don't have to), calculate the long-term savings your company could reap from such a drastic move.
Here in Excel form is a handy calculator for multi-criteria decision-making (e.g. build or buy decisions).
A handy directory for cataloging and referencing application package suppliers and their product offerings.
Here's a template, with attached examples, for testing your Data Warehouse canned queries (analytical reports).
How to make sure that all costs are reflected against the project.
Here's a discounted cash flow model for a complete business. Find out fast the market value of company assets.
Keep a lid on contractor costs by formalizing the process of “casual” or “temporary” position requisitions.
If September 11, 2001, wasn't a wake-up call that workplaces disasters can and do happen, it should have been. Here is a checklist for actions you and your company will need to take in the event of a disaster. Download it, read it, take it to heart, develop your own action plans, practice them and be ready just in case.