“Novel Earned Value Management System Maturity Framework and Its Relation to Project Performance”
We at the College of Performance Management are thrilled to announce the release of a research paper by Dr. Vartenie Aramali, PhD, Vice President of Research.
This paper proposes a new way to evaluate the maturity of an Earned Value Management (EVM) system. It also looks at the relationship between project performance and an EVM system’s maturity.
The EVM system is a project management technique used to measure project performance against the baseline plan. It involves analyzing project data such as cost, schedule, and scope to determine if the project is on track or not. The proposed maturity framework in this paper evaluates the EVM system’s capability in terms of its processes, tools, and people involved in the project.
The paper suggests that a higher level of maturity in the EVM system leads to better project performance. This is because a mature EVM system can provide more accurate information about the project’s progress. This information can be used to make better decisions.
Overall, this research paper shows how important it is to have a mature project management system, and gives a good way to evaluate how mature it is.
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