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52. What actions can you take to help avoid the common problems associated with meetings?54. What is the best way to estimate percent completion of activities for finding earned value?
55. What is earned value? 56. Explain how an earned value chart can be used to help monitor and control aproject.57. Why is control difficult?58.What are the two primary purposes of control?59. Explain why virtual projects may be necessary?60.State the formula for CPI. Explain what CPI means and its relevance to monitoring and controlling a project. Estimate the cost and schedule at completion for the project 61.State the formula for SPI. Explain what SPI means and its relevance to monitoring and controlling a project.Shows whether your project will deliver late, on time or early . EV/PV62.Identify several tools a PM can use to control a project plan.63.All good project plans have a change control system as a component. Briefly explain the change control process.10. Given an activity in a smartphone design project whose planned cost was $13,000 but actual cost to date is$12,000 so far, and whose value completed is only 80%, calculate the cost and schedule variances. Will the client be pleased or angry? (10 marks)