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21-23 May – San Antonio (Texas) – 30th EVM World

30 mar

EVM World 2014

evm-header-2014The College of Performance Management (CPM) has announced the Workshop line-up for EVM World 2014.

Leaders from the Department of Defense, NASA and Industry will present hands-on workshops and informational updates on the latest developments in earned value management and integrated project performance measures. Workshops will take place from Wednesday, May 21st to Friday, May 23rd in San Antonio, Texas. More information can be found here.

evm worldEVM World 2014 Workshop is a chance to learn about project performance techniques, including earned value management (EVM). The workshop provides training, current topics from practicing professionals, access to world leaders in project performance management, networking, and the latest in software and consulting to make your program successful.

If you are new to the field, these sessions will help you gain a better understanding of the fundamentals of earned value management (EVM) and its practical applications and benefits.  If you are an experienced veteran, the conference will help you stay abreast of new developments and give you a chance to impact evolving trends–your input just might make the difference.  Join us to …

  • EVM World 2014Update your skills with the latest earned value management (EVM) trends, tools, and techniques
  • Learn through training, practice symposia, as well as workshops
  • Earn15 PDUs (for PMPs)
  • Network with earned value professionals from around the world

December 11 – Webinar (PMI) – The Great Debate: Value of Implementing an Earned Value System

6 déc

PMI’s Scheduling Community of Practice event with  Pradip Mehta

11 December 2013 • 11 AM – 12 PM EST (17:00 CET/France)

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MS Project

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Pradip Mehta, a renowned and internationally recognized speaker on Earned Value, will deliver a light hearted and humorous presentation with real world examples and case studies on the use and abuses of an earned value system.

He will address a few streamlined approaches to get the most out of implementing earned value on both small as well as large projects. He will also examine different elements that play an important role in determining how effective earned value will be for you in your particular application. 

A case study will illustrate some of the dangers and pitfalls of the "strict" interpretation of variance data related to earned value.

December 3-4 – Ghent, Belgium – EVM Europe 2013

25 nov

5th Earned Value Management Forum in Europe

evm_europe_anniversaryThe programme schedule of EVM Europe 2013 is now available! Download the EVM Europe 2013 conference program by clicking on the button below or find more information here.
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6 June – Webinar (PMI) – Forecast Scheduling: Fad or Fundamental?

2 juin

PMI Scheduling Community of Practice Webinar

Microsoft Project

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Renowned speaker and master scheduler, Eric Uyttewaal, will present an executive overview of his book “Forecast Scheduling with Microsoft Project 2010”. He will show you how to forecast your project with just the schedule, without the need for advanced techniques like Earned Value. Forecast Scheduling builds onto his principle of Dynamic Scheduling that minimized the effort spent on scheduling projects. Eric will challenge you to forecast the actual finish date and total cost of your project, which is what most stakeholders expect from the scheduler. This presentation will show you how to create a dynamic model of the project to forecast it and take scheduling to the next level.

View the webinar details and Register for this webinar

Campana & Schott

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June 11-12 – London – EVA18 June 2013

31 mai


The EVA conference recognises Earned Value as the best way to integrate cost and time and the best way to monitor status and inform management for decision making.

EVA is a conference organised by a project management practitioner for project management practitioners and stakeholders.

The material is delivered, wherever possible by practitioners who actually have the experience of doing the job.

  • It focuses on the technical when it is cutting edge.
  • It emphasises people skills.
  • It illustrates with examples from the biggest most complex projects on the planet.
  • It is mostly concerned with managing change and making it work. Bridging the knowing-doing gap.
  • It recognises the plurality of views about projects and welcomes input from unusual, unknown or unexpected directions.
  • It is great for networking.
  • It is not in thrall to its sponsors and yet remains on very good terms with them and welcomes their continued support.
  • It recognises that women do project management too. And very well!!
  • It remains fiercely independent and is attended by people who want to be there.
Microsoft Project

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2 May – Webinar (PMI) – Result-Based and Earned Value

13 avr

PMI Earned Value Management Community of Practice Presents: Result-Based and Earned Value – A New Integrated PM Approach Webinar

2 May 2013 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM ETC Time/France (UTC – 0400) – English 

Earned_Value_Management imageThis webinar presents a new Integrated Project Management Approach to encourage organizations and project people to introduce changes in the way that projects are handled nowadays.

This new integrated approach combines a Result-Based concept with a simplified application of Earned Value for planning and controlling the execution of projects more objectively, effectively and proactively regardless their size, complexity or type. The webinar starts with the current practices behind the statistical rate of projects success and a current trend.

The project management techniques that are involved: Result-Based, Project Work Plan, Baseline, Earned Value, Earned Schedule and Performance Measurement, are presented using a case study.

Finally, the presentation summarizes the benefits of implementing this approach with the ultimate goal to increase the probability of success and ROI of projects, and support the implementation of Earned Value and Earned Schedule worldwide.

The presenter, Williams Chirinos has project management experience and expertise, with more than 20 years of work experience in the Oil and Gas Industry and EPC environments.

Signup for this webinar and learn more about EVM CoP by visiting the EVM Community of Practice page at http://evm.vc.pmi.org/Webinars.aspx

10 April – Webinar (PMI) – Integrating Earned Value with Risk Management (David Hillson, the Risk Doctor)

1 avr

management de la valeur acquise5:45 PM to 7:00 PM France Time / CET

Earned Value Management Community of Practice Webinar #13

This webinar examines innovative tools and techniques to integrate earned value with risk management. Members interested in attending this webinar should register at the community website.

16 Janvier – Webinaire PMI – Agile Planning and Performance Metrics for Government Projects

16 jan

PMI’s Earned Value Management Community of Practice presents for PMI Members only

Agile Planning and Performance Metrics for Government Projects Webinar

16 January 2013 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST (UTC – 0500)

Webinar Summary

management de la valeur acquiseThe Federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) 25 Point IT Management Reform Plan requires agencies utilize an iterative, or Agile, project management methodology and that all projects should result in working business functionality in 6 months or less. However, the OMB also requires the development of a performance measurement baseline and that cost, schedule, and technical performance metrics are tracked.

This informative webinar will review the OMB requirements as well as how to plan Government Agile projects and implement Earned Value Management.

  • OMB 25 Point IT Management Reform Plan – Modular Development
  • Agile Project Management Overview
  • Planning Government Agile Projects
  • Implementing EVM for Agile projects

Dave Scott will share some of his 25 years of experience with both government and commercial customers in the implementation of systems and processes to improve IT management processes. He is highly regarded for his knowledge of Project Portfolio Management, Capital Planning and Investment Control, Earned Value Management, and Business Process Improvement. He is responsible for ensuring that customers achieve significant, measurable results by implementing a performance based measurement system and utilizing the latest enabling software solutions to improve project and earned value management processes.

Signup for this webinar and learn more about EVM CoP

12 & 13 June – London – EVA17, The Annual Earned Value Project Control Event

15 mai

Earned Value Analysis ConferenceThe EVA conference is known for its personal development and networking opportunities, providing insightful talks and presentations on how to become a better project manager using Earned Value Management (EVM).

This year will focus on cost, behaviour and benefits, so even if you don’t specialise in Earned Value, you are sure to gain from attending. Over the years, the EVA conferences have become renowned for their original presentations and speakers with innovative ideas.

EVA17 will be in  London at The Armourers’ Hall Moorgate on 12th and 13th June.

Additionally, APMG’s Chief Examiner for Earned Value Management, Steve Wake, will be running a workshop on Earned Value on 11th June in London. He will explain the theory of EVM and how you can use it in your organization by making it a central part of management processes.

Find out more and register here. By using this link, prices are discounted by at least 40%.

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Qu’est-ce que “Earned Value” : la Valeur Acquise ?

2 mai

What is Earned Value?


par Glen B. Alleman

La méthode de la valeur acquise permet de mesurer la performance des efforts de travail qui ont été budgétisés et le travail planifié au fil de l’exécution du projet.

La valeur acquise devrait être nommée Budget Acquis – vous "gagnez" votre budget pour le travail réalisé.

Pourquoi la valeur acquise est-elle unique dans le monde de la conduite de projet ?

  • La performance est mesurée par la preuve tangible de progrès par rapport au plan
  • La performance future est basée sur la performance passée, ajustée de la productivité, des risques et de la complexité technique
  • L’efficacité du travail est la base de mesure de performance, plutôt que le passage du temps et la consommation de ressources.

Appliquer la valeur acquise est simple

  • Définissez le travail en unités de mesure significatives aux décideurs. Ce qui est la preuve tangible que le produit ou le service réalisé répond aux besoins de l’acheteur ?
  • Définissez le budget et le temps dont on a eu besoin pour produire ce résultat, ou des versions incrémentales du résultat.
  • Exécutez le travail pendant la période planifiée.
  • Mesurez physiquement la productivité de l’effort de travail. Le Pourcentage d’Avancement Physique.
  • Comparez le Pourcentage d’Avancement Physique planifié avec le réel Pourcentage d’Avancement Physique
  • Comparez le budget planifié pour atteindre le Pourcentage d’Avancement Physique planifié avec le coût réel pour atteindre le Pourcentage d’Avancement Physique réel.
NDLT correspondance des terminologies Anglaises et Françaises (Wikipedia) :
La valeur du travail prévu s’appelle "Valeur Planifiée", ou "CBTP" (Coût Budgété du Travail Planifié), en anglais "Planned Value" ou BCWS : acronyme pour "Budget Cost Work Scheduled".
 La valeur des dépenses réelles s’appelle "Coût Réel" ou "CRTE" (Coût Réel du Travail Effectué), en anglais "Actual Cost", ou ACWP, acronyme pour "Actual Cost Work Performed".
 La valeur du travail effectué s’appelle "Valeur Acquise" ou "CBTE" (Coût Budgété du Travail Effectué), en anglais "Earned Value" ou "BCWP", acronyme pour "Budget Cost Work Performed".

Avec ces chiffres calculez la Valeur Acquise pour le travail exécuté jusqu’à ce jour :

Microsoft Project

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Avec ce résultat – l’écart de coût et l’écart de délais – vous pouvez maintenant prédire la performance future de votre projet. Cela signifie que quand quelqu’un demande Comment allons-nous? Ou, Quand aurons-nous fini ? Ou mieux encore, à combien s’élèveront les coûts quand nous aurons terminé ? Vous pouvez répondre avec un jeu définitif de chiffres dans des unités significatives pour le décideur.

Des chiffres comme:

  • Si nous continuons à progresser comme nous le faisons, nous aurons 87 jours de retard
  • Si nous continuons à progresser comme nous le faisons, nous serons à €102000 de dépassement budgétaire

Ces types de réponses ne sont pas disponibles quand vous mesurez le progrès réalisé par rapport au plan par le passage du temps et la consommation d’argent. Alors que la méthode Agile suggère qu’elle fait de la Valeur Acquise, elle ne mesure pas le Coût de réalisation du travail, ni le Pourcentage d’Avancement Physiqueen unités de Performance Technique.

La valeur acquise vous fournit une vue du progrès physique par rapport au plan, dans des unités de mesure que vous pouvez utiliser pour adapter le projet afin de tenir dans les temps, de rester dans le budget et fournir une bonne visibilité sur la maturité croissante des produits ou services que votre projet délivre.

Voici une présentation pour aller plus loin Earned Value in Five Easy Pieces.

Et une vidéo très simple de 10 minutes de Dave Litten sur la Valeur Acquise.


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