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Webinar Recap: Project Performance Measurement – Part 1: Overview Of Project Performance Measurements

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Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Fletcher Hearn’s session, Project Performance Measurement – Part 1: Overview Of Project Performance Measurements, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. Kyle: Hello, and welcome to part one of MPUGs Project Performance Measurement course.

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Webinar Recap: Project Performance Measurement – Part 2: What to Measure and How to Report

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Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Fletcher Hearn’s session, Project Performance Measurement – Part 2: What to Measure and How to Report, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. Kyle: And welcome to Part 2 of MPUG’s Project Performance Measurement course. Is it Eric?

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Cone of Uncertainty - Revisited

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We're writing two chapters in an upcoming Project Management Book, with a working title, The Gower Handbook of Project Performance for Agile, Waterfall and Everything in Between , edited by Mark Phillips. 504, Center for Systems and Software Engineering, University of Southern California, 2012.

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4 Fallacious Reasons to Estimate and Why Those Are Fallacious

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Although I understand measuring productivity could work well for repeatable activities, it's hard to believe it works well for abstract and, ultimately, non-repeatable tasks like software development. Thus, the common approach to "measure productivity" is to compare the estimates against what, in fact, happened.

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Misinterpretations of the Cone of Uncertainty

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The Cone of Uncertainty is a framing assumption used to model the needed reduction in some parameter of interest in domains ranging from software development to hurricane forecasting. The Cone of Uncertainty as a Technical Performance Measure. The Cone of Uncertainty as a Technical Performance Measure.

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Cone of Uncertainty - Part Cinq

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Barry Boehm's work in “Software Engineering Economics”. The Cone is a project management framework describing the uncertainty aspects of estimates (cost and schedule) and other project attributes (cost, schedule, and technical performance parameters). There can be cost and schedule performance measures as well.

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Cone of Uncertainty - Part Cinq (Updated)

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Barry Boehm's work in “Software Engineering Economics”. The Cone is a project management framework describing the uncertainty aspects of estimates (cost and schedule) and other project attributes (cost, schedule, and technical performance parameters). There can be cost and schedule performance measures as well.