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TOPIC: Microsoft Project S Curves

Microsoft Project S Curves 3 months 1 day ago #607

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I want to draw an effort-based S Curve . I don’t want to use Manhours or Costs. I just have the activities, baseline start-date, baseline end-date, actual start-date, actual end-date, % work completed. I want to be able to draw s-curve using these information for a specific date.

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Microsoft Project S Curves 3 months 1 day ago #608

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Using a percentage to show progress is fine as long as you dictate that it is physical or duration % complete type.

750k bricks would only be 75% progress if each brick took the same amount of time to lay.

Bigger bricks might take longer, bricks at the top of a building might take longer to lay than those in the foundations.

Productivity is effected by learning on the job, but i’m not sure it should be entered in the baseline as a factor.....

EV should be simple and used to indicate project performance and i think that it must be stated that it only is truly of use in multi-million pound projects as the cost of implementing and maintaing EV must be weighed up against the total value of the project.
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Microsoft Project S Curves 3 months 1 day ago #609

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You can check software tools for this purpose.
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