Amacom - Modern Project Management (Ocr) - 2001 ! - (By Laxxuss)

Figure 2 22 example baseline chart early data figure 2

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Unformatted text preview: hart (later data). Figure 3 -1. Cost/Labor Transaction Entry/Edit form. Figure 3 -2. Example expenditure transactions. Figure 3 -3. Cost Transaction Listing. Figure 3 -4. Cost Comparison Report. Figure 3 -5. Progress Transactions Entry/Edit tool. Figure 3 -6. Progress transaction data for example project. Figure 3 -7. Progress Transaction Listing. Figure 3 -8. Status Report. Figure 3 -9. Comparison of original, client, control, and forecast budgets. Figure 3 -10a. Variance descriptions for the example project. Figure 3 -10b. Variance quantity and labor - hour line items. Figure 3 -10c. Variance cost line items. Figure 3 -1 1a. Variance Descriptions Entry/Edit form. Figure 3 -1 1b. Variance Transactions (Qty/Mhrs) Entry/Edit form. Figure 3 -11c. Variance transactions (Costs) Entry/Edit form. Figure 3 -12. WBS Listing. Figure 3 -13. Qty/Mhr Variances by Variance Number. 61 61 61 63 64 65 70 72 73 75 80 83 84 85 91 92 92 93 94 95 96 100 102 Figure 3 -14. Qty/Mhr Variances by Work Package Number. Figure 4 -1. Actual vs. Earned labor - hours plotted against the Baseline. Figure 4 -2. Earned Value Report (later data) for example project. Figure 4 -3. Earned Value Report (earlier data) for example project. 103 107 111 112 Page xi Figure 4 -4. Cost and Schedule Variance Report for example project. Figure 4-5. Cost Performance Trend Chart (early data) for example project. Figure 4-6. Cost Performance Trend Chart (later data) for example project. Figure 4 -7. Schedule Performance Trend Chart for example project. Figure 5 -1. Example Productivity Report for example project. Figure 6 -1. Additional tasks added to the example project database. Figure 6 -2. Baseline Chart including new tasks. Figure 6 -3. Additional cost accounts for example project. Figure 6 -4. Estimating assumptions for new tasks. Figure 6 -5. Additional cost transactions for example project. Figure 6 -6. Additional progress transactions for example project. Figure 6 -7. New Earned Value Chart based on new transactions. Figure 6-8. New Cost Performance Trend Chart based on new transactions. Figure 6-9. New Schedule Performance Trend Chart from new transactions. Figure 6-10. Updated Cost Comparison Report for example project. Figure 6 -11. Updated Status Report for example project. Figure 6 -12. OBS hierarchy for example project. Figure 6 -13. Alternate hierarchies menu. Figure 6-14. Database window showing hierarchy tables. Figure 6 -15. OBS table for example project. 119 120 122 123 132 138 139 140 141 143 146 147 148 149 151 152 154 156 157 158 Figure 6 -16. Save As window. Figure 6 -17. Database window showing revised hierarchy tables. Figure 6 -18. Save Table window. Figure 6 -19. Export window. 158 159 161 162 Page xii Figure 6 -20. OBS hierarchy in a WBS Listing for example project. Figure 6 -21. Cost Comparison Report based on OBS hierarchy. Figure 6 -22. Status Report based on OBS hierarchy. Figure 7 -1. Empty Microsoft Project Gantt chart screen. Figure 7 -2. Entering tasks on a Gantt cha...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2011 for the course ACC 9 taught by Professor Yeetan during the Spring '10 term at Sunway University College.

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