Cost Control and Performance Review of Software Projects by Using the Earned Value Management
Oeconomics of Knowledge, 2014, vol. 6, issue 3, 2-6
EVM (Earned Value Management) is a method that can be successfully used to measure the performance of a project from the cost and schedule points of view. Initially developed for the US government programs in the 60s, it later becomes an important feature of any modern project management practice thanks to its simplicity and efficiency in signaling project anomalies in time. EVM become extremely popular because it can be equally applied for any project in any industry.
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