Namita Gupta

How To Calculate ETC When Variance Is Atypical

When we evaluate our project performance we need to also forecast how much more money is needed in this project and what could be the revised budget. Cost forecasts is a very important topic from PMP® exam point. Revised budget is nothing but EAC (Estimate At Completion) which will be different from initial planned numbers i.e. BAC (Budget at completion). EAC and ETC (Estimate To Complete) can be calculated in different ways depending on the reason of variations. In this…

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What is EAC & ETC and What are its Variants?

EAC (Estimate at Completion) and ETC (Estimate to Complete) are two important dimensions of Earned Value Management. Of late, I have received many questions on these two attributes in our discussion forum and especially on the variants of it. PMP® aspirants have much confusion around this and also about which variant of formula can be used and when. In this blog, I am trying to unfold all these confusions along with formula selection points. Before I begin explaining EAC and…

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How to Calculate ETC When Initial Estimate Were Erroneous?

When we evaluate our project performance, we need to also forecast how much more money is needed in this project and what could be the revised budget. Revised budget is nothing but EAC (Estimate at Completion) which will be different from initial planned numbers i.e. BAC (Budget at completion). EAC and ETC (Estimate to Complete) can be calculated in different ways depending on the reason of variations. In this blog, I am going to cover one of its variants that…

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How to Calculate EAC &ETC with Typical SPI &CPI Trends?

When we evaluate our project performance, we need to also forecast how much more money is needed in this project and what could be the revised budget. Cost forecasts is a very important topic from PMP® exam point. Revised budget is nothing but EAC (Estimate at Completion) which will be different from initial planned numbers i.e. BAC (Budget at completion). EAC and ETC (Estimate to complete) can be calculated in different ways depending on the reason of variations. In current…

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How To Calculate EAC & ETC With Typical CPI Trend?

When we evaluate our performance, we need to also forecast how much more money is needed in this project and what could be the revised budget. Revised budget is nothing but EAC (Estimate At Completion) which will be different from initial planned numbers i.e. BAC (Budget at completion). EAC and ETC (Estimate To Complete) can be calculated in different ways depending on the reason of variations. In this blog, I’m going to discuss one of its variants that are Typical.…

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