EVMS Executive Training

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EVMS Executive Training

This short workshop is aimed at executives who need to understand Earned Value Management (EVM) and their role within an Earned Value Management System (EVMS)

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EVMS Executive Training

  1. 1.   Earned Value Management System (EVMS) Executive Overview Training Course Outline Duration: 3 hours Target Audience: Executives and senior managers requiring a solid understanding of earned value methods and the benefits of such to the organization   Purpose and Description For any initiative to succeed in an organization, executive support is absolutely essential. This training course has been tailored to introduce senior managers to the most pertinent Earned Value (EV) concepts necessary in providing such support. While earned value is an intricate subject, the executive and senior management team needs to understand only certain key elements in order to perform their role in directing and supporting the Earned Value Management System (EVMS) and its team members. This course isn’t a generic EV summary class; rather it focuses specifically on the role that senior management performs. It’s designed to help them drive the process with informed insights and pertinent questions that will ensure continued commitment and success throughout the life-cycle of earned value programs. Course Outline • What is Earned Value? • What Does it Look Like? • Key Roles in EVMS Implementation • Key Elements of EVMS • What does EVM Bring to the Table? • The People, Processes and Tools Involved • What Types of Variances are There? • What the Typical EVMS Implementation Plan Looks Like? • Why Does EVMS Fail? To learn more about this class, please contact Ten Six Consulting (703) 910-2600 or email us at training@tensixconsulting.com

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