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If you have 2 or more projects running concurrently, how do you easily show each of those projects were doing in a single matrix?. I think variance against the plan would be best way, since budget or schedule may not be the same of each projects. What is your opinion?
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If you can work out the Earned Value of each project , You can show the Schedule Performance Indices and the Cost Performance Indices to quickly show if the projects are on schedule or on budget.
You can also highlight the major risks , Estimated Completion dates, High level objectives of each project.
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1 reply by Anish Abraham
Dec 13, 2017 11:54 PM
Anish Abraham
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Thanks Deepesh for the response.



Dec 13, 2017 10:43 PM
Replying to Deepesh Rammoorthy, PMP®
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If you can work out the Earned Value of each project , You can show the Schedule Performance Indices and the Cost Performance Indices to quickly show if the projects are on schedule or on budget.
You can also highlight the major risks , Estimated Completion dates, High level objectives of each project.
Thanks Deepesh for the response.



I do not understand what you are trying to do?
What is the objective and what do you want to show?
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1 reply by Anish Abraham
Dec 14, 2017 2:36 PM
Anish Abraham
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Well, the objective is to show the performance of concurrent projects in a single matrix.

I think I will go with Basi on this.



Showing CPI, SPI, SV and CV of each project in a single matrix will give the status of each project.
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1 reply by Anish Abraham
Dec 14, 2017 8:11 AM
Anish Abraham
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Thanks Basi, for your feedback.



Dec 14, 2017 5:30 AM
Replying to Basi Reddy Venkata Reddy
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Showing CPI, SPI, SV and CV of each project in a single matrix will give the status of each project.
Thanks Basi, for your feedback.



I do the same as Basi. I can easily do a dashboard of the project indices.
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1 reply by Anish Abraham
Dec 14, 2017 2:24 PM
Anish Abraham
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Thanks, Stephane for your response.



I don't see a problem indeed. There are a lot of project management tools which allow you to control several projects individually and all together, distribute company resources (such as employees, time) and tasks, track general statistics and so on. Just choose the one you enjoy the most and use it :)
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1 reply by Anish Abraham
Dec 14, 2017 2:38 PM
Anish Abraham
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Thanks for your response.



Dec 14, 2017 8:46 AM
Replying to Stéphane Parent
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I do the same as Basi. I can easily do a dashboard of the project indices.
Thanks, Stephane for your response.



Dec 14, 2017 12:20 AM
Replying to Mounir Ajam
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I do not understand what you are trying to do?
What is the objective and what do you want to show?
Well, the objective is to show the performance of concurrent projects in a single matrix.

I think I will go with Basi on this.



Dec 14, 2017 9:21 AM
Replying to Kate Lynska
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I don't see a problem indeed. There are a lot of project management tools which allow you to control several projects individually and all together, distribute company resources (such as employees, time) and tasks, track general statistics and so on. Just choose the one you enjoy the most and use it :)
Thanks for your response.
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