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How to Create a Performance Measurement Baseline for Your Projects

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Ideally, project managers know better than to execute their project plans without a performance measurement baseline. A performance measurement baseline provides a window into the project that allows project managers to see roadblocks and resolve them before the project hits a dead end. Learn more.

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

MPUG

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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Phrases Used for Technical Performance Measures

Herding Cats

A Technical Performance Measure is described through. Name – states the Technical Performance Measures. Gist – statement of intent of the Technical Performance Measure. Scale – the cardinal scale of the Technical Performance Measure.

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

MPUG

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.

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What Is a Balanced Scorecard? (Example & Template Included)

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Relatively new, the balance scorecard was introduced in 1992 by David Norton and Robert Kaplan, by taking existing metric performance measures and adapting them to include nonfinancial information. It’s a common management tool worldwide, used across industries, including government and nonprofit organizations.

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Project Performance Reporting: Key Performance Reports

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Download Word File Resource Resources are another performance measurement. In project performance, you’ll want to keep an eye on five key performance indicators (KPIs): utilization rate, billable vs. non-billable hours, schedule variance, scheduled vs. actual hours worked and revenue per resource.

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9 Types of Artifacts in Project Management

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Here are some examples: Budget Milestone schedule Scope baseline Performance measurement baseline. We create baselines throughout the project. They represent approved versions of whatever plan they relate to. Baselines will be created and updated as the project progresses and as major changes happen. Visual data and information.

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