In the blog PMP CertificationTip-Interpreting an earned value graph (Part 1) we interpreted schedule performance and cost performance by looking at a graph. To interpret an earned value graph we need to understand a few critical terms. PV - planned value. This is a measure of how much work should be complete as of today. EV - earned value. This.
Over the last few weeks, we are hearing more and more students talk about earned value with reference to the PMP Certification Exam. Are there more earned value questions now than in the past? I am not sure but let's make sure we understand the basics of earned value for the PMP Certification Exam. Interpret an Earned Value Graph The.
My daughter Alex and I went to a self-defense workshop last week. Realize that Alex and I are already first degree black belts in Taekwondo working towards our second degree. First off, I loved the seminar and thought the instructor was wonderful. But the way an adult women views a class is not always the same as a tween age.
Welcome to the first blog post on my new website www.aileenellis.com. With the update to the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Exam and the update to the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Exam it certainly makes sense to look at the new PMBOK® Guide 5th Edition. For those of you planning on taking the new exams, don’t bother with PMBOK®.