Purpose – Sets out to examine earned value management (EVM), a project management technique that relates resource planning to schedules, technical costs and schedule requirements. Design/methodology/approach – Provides an example of how EVM can be implemented in a data warehouse project and how it can be used as a tool to diagnose and solve problems. Findings – EVM is based on the belief that the value of the project increases as tasks are completed and therefore the earned value of a project is a measure of the real progress of that project. Originality/value – Offers a significant analysis of EVM, its benefits and pitfalls.
Information Management & Computer Security – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 2006
Keywords: Value analysis; Project management; Data security
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