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Last Updated Feb 07, 2012 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

Agile + Earned Value Management

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Agile and Earned Value Management (EVM) are inherently different approaches to managing projects, but they can complement each other in support of flexibility and bottom/line value. How do you bridge the gap between an agile project management approach and the Earned Value Management and measurements that many organizations require? Check out this Projects AtWork article by VersionOne's own Katia Sullivan, Product & Agile Consultant, which gives three practical tips to making Agile EVM work for you rather than against you: 1. Find a common language between execs and those "in the trenches" 2. Measure in the context of EVM 3. Translate agile metrics into common EVM terms If you like the article, check back soon. Katia is working on Parts 2 and 3 right now!

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