|Author:||Quentin W Fleming|
|Title:||Put earned value (C/SCSC) into your management control system|
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|Publisher:||Humphreys & Associates; 1st Edition edition (1983)|
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System Control Number: ocm18106839. of Defense Procurement Cost control. Personal Name: Fleming, Quentin W. Put earned value (C/SCSC) into your management control system. Rubrics: Cost control Program budgeting Production control. by Verfassung, Verwaltung, Finanzen; Festschrift für Gerhard Wacke zum 70.
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Quentin Wallace Fleming, American aircraft manufacturing executive. Named Citizen of Year Ford Motor Company, 1967. Member Tustin (California) Parks Commission, 1964-1971; founder, president Boys Club of Tustin, 1965-1968. Member Project Management Institute, American Production and Inventory Control Society. A guide to doing business on the Arabian peninsula.
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Earned value project management, Quentin R!Fleming and Joel M. Koppelman. 2nd ed. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN: 1-880410-27-3 (alk. paper) 1. Cost control. Appendix I: The Earned Value Management System Criteria. Group 1-0 rganization Criteria (five) However, within two months after the release of this book, in December 1996, the DOD canceled its C/SCSC and accepted the industry rewrite of the criteria. Gone were the "dumb" terms of "Budgeted Costs for Work Scheduled" IBCWS) and "Budgeted Costs for Work Performed" CBCWP) that most project managers and executives flatly rejected using over the years.
Using earned value lets you control your project with respect to the product you're de-livering. Both have a place, and both are valuable contribu-tors to project control. Using function points lets you control value through a stable, well-understood measure. Instead of just approxi-mating value with cost, earned value gives you a way to manage expectations and feature creep with real data. Humphreys & Associates, 1300 Quail S. Newport Beach, CA, 92660, 714-955-2981.
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Earned-value project management can be most helpful to any software project manager who has made a firm commitment to complete all the features within a definitive schedule and for a finite amount of funds. or incentive contract was to be used. Industry’s acquired distaste for the C/SCSC implementation of earned value is unfortunate because earned value performance measurement pro-vides a sound project management tool. When properly employed, it can give the project manager an early warning signal that the project is heading for a cost overrun unless immediate steps are taken to change the spending plan. Any perfor-mance baseline quickly becomes invalid if you fail to incorporate changes into the approved baseline either by the addi-tion to or elimination of added work scope.