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Earned Value Management
please share any templates to capture and manage earned value
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It is very easy to create your own EVM Template that suits your project !
well thought of not reinventing the wheel. anyways thanks.
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1 reply by Wade Harshman
Sep 27, 2016 10:17 AM
Wade Harshman
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Please don't dismiss Rami's answer too quickly, because there is more value in creating your own spreadsheet (or similar template) for EVM. When you lay out all the EVM formulas, you'll notice that the variables are rather circular. You have to collect project data to start calculating ratios, and your project data might not exactly fit into a generic template.

Not only that, but some numbers can be generated by multiple methods, depending on the data available or the needs of your project. For example, the PMBOK gives 4 distinct methods to calculate EAC. You'll have to decide which method gives you the most accurate and useful numbers.

Bottom line: although it could save you considerable time if it works, a ready-made template might not necessarily be the best solution for your project.
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Here you go -

http://www.thinkforachange.com/wp-content/...VM-Workbook.xls
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2 replies by Markus Kopko, PMP and Oluwaseyi Afolabi
Sep 05, 2016 2:32 AM
Markus Kopko, PMP
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NIce source, thx for sharing, Anupam
Jan 30, 2021 11:35 AM
Oluwaseyi Afolabi
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Hi, Anupam, kindly reshare

Here is a link to tutorial on earned value analysis using MS Project -
http://epmcentral.com/articles/evoverview.php

It not opening again.

Thank you
Thanks Anupam for sharing this!
thanks Anupam
Sep 03, 2016 10:17 PM
Replying to Anupam
NIce source, thx for sharing, Anupam
Nice template for people that don't own a MS Project license
Thanks Anupam Nice site nice template
Thanks Anupam.Can we generate using MPP?
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1 reply by Anupam
Sep 27, 2016 8:15 AM
Anupam
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Not sure, I didn't tried MPP.

Here is a link to tutorial on earned value analysis using MS Project -
http://epmcentral.com/articles/evoverview.php

Book -
Earned Value Management Using Microsoft® Office Project
http://www.jrosspub.com/earned-value-manag...ce-project.html
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Sep 27, 2016 1:52 AM
Replying to PRABHU MISHRA
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Thanks Anupam.Can we generate using MPP?
Not sure, I didn't tried MPP.

Here is a link to tutorial on earned value analysis using MS Project -
http://epmcentral.com/articles/evoverview.php

Book -
Earned Value Management Using Microsoft® Office Project
http://www.jrosspub.com/earned-value-manag...ce-project.html
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