The Recovery Machine: Metrics You Need to Recover Your Project
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Many holders of a PMP designation still cannot perform elementary calculations to get their project back on track. For example:
Your client wants the project done on time with full scope and will pay for it. The project plan calls for 100 staff-months of work to be completed by 10 professionals working full-time for 10 months. At the end of 5 months, the original team has worked 50 staff months and completed 40 staff-months of planned work. How much additional staff do you request for month 6? (Fractional [part-time] staff is allowed and the correct answer is not 2.)
[extra credit] At the end of month 8, 85 staff months of paid effort resulted in 75 staff months of completed planned work. How much total staff do you need for month 9?
Come learn several handy new metrics to help you quickly get started on the best path to recovering your project!
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About the Speaker
Jack Nevison, PMP, is President of New Leaf Project Management, a premier project management training and consulting company. He is the author of six books and numerous articles on computing and project management. He is the primary author of New Leaf’s cornerstone program, “Five Sigma® Project Management”, the 15-step web-based educational series "QPM™" (Quantitative Project Manager), and, most recently, two articles in the Journal of Modern Project Management on the dynamics of project management.
Nevison has built and sold two businesses, managed projects, managed project managers, and served as both an internal and an external management consultant. He has been featured in articles in The Wall Street Journal, and his comments have appeared in Science, Time, U.S. News and World Report, and the Project Management Journal.
He is a past president of the PMI Mass Bay Chapter and a past chair of the Greater Boston Chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery. He served on the editorial board of the PMNetwork for ten years and chaired the Chapter 7 (Cost) revision for the PMBOK Fifth Edition.
Nevison is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Dartmouth College. He can be reached by phone at 978-369-9009, or through e-mail at email@example.com
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