Project Management with Earned Value Management (EVM) 9 PDUs

Project Management with Earned Value Management | EVM with MS Project | Business Case Study of Earned Value Management

I welcome you to my course: Project Management with Earned Value Management (EVM) – 9 PDUs

What you’ll learn

  • Real-life Business Case Study on EVM | EVM using MS Project.
  • Basics of Earned Value Management (EVM).
  • Complex EVM Metrics: PV, AC, EV, CPI, SPI, TCPI, BAC, EAC, ETC, VAC explained in a simple way.
  • Real-life example of Project Management using EVM toolkit.
  • Design professional looking EVM Project Dashboards using MS Project.
  • 50-Q Quiz on EVM with Answers & Explanations.

Course Content

  • Introduction: Welcome and Course Logistics –> 4 lectures • 17min.
  • Business Case Study: Project Neo –> 4 lectures • 15min.
  • The Basics of Earned Value Management –> 6 lectures • 19min.
  • Project Neo: Earned Value Input Elements –> 4 lectures • 14min.
  • Project Neo: Earned Value Output Elements –> 3 lectures • 13min.
  • Project Neo: Earned Value Forecast Elements –> 7 lectures • 31min.
  • Decision making with EVM –> 1 lecture • 10min.
  • EVM (Earned Value Management) Using MS Project –> 10 lectures • 58min.
  • Summary and Next Steps –> 2 lectures • 1min.

Project Management with Earned Value Management (EVM) 9 PDUs


I welcome you to my course: Project Management with Earned Value Management (EVM) – 9 PDUs

Why learning Project Management is challenging?

Project Management can be a difficult subject to master. Not because it has loads of framework and tools associated with it, but primarily because it’s ‘people’ on the field who does projects, NOT the ‘tools and frameworks’.

You can learn all the available tools for project management, be a master of excel spreadsheets and mathematical models…and still you can fail miserably as a project manager.

This is because, project management is a practical science, not a theoretical one.

You will become a better project manager once you are able to apply what you learn in real-life projects to lead teams that consist of ‘people’. Microsoft Excel or MS Project will not ‘do’ the project physically for you in the field.

When we start to learn project management, this is the key item that is lacking. The realization of how the tools, formulas, framework and techniques link to real-life projects and how they can be used effectively to deliver highly successful projects.

Why should you take this course?

This is where this course comes in.

In this course, I have picked one of the most effective tools of Project Management which is Earned Value Management (EVM).

And, using that tool, I have explained how you can use this tool to lead & direct projects in real-life.

I have used the Case-Study Based Learning Approach in this course which was pioneered by the Harvard Business School in 1921 and over the years this method has been progressively adopted by the leading universities and management schools across the world such as MIT, Stanford, Oxford, INSEAD, Wharton and ISB.

This case-study method will not only help you to understand the concept of EVM thoroughly, but also will help you to apply that in a real-life project scenario to solidify that understanding.

In the case-study detailed in this course, YOU will be the project manager for Project Neo which aims to construct a warehouse for an e-commerce company in the UK, install a robotic pick & place bay within the warehouse and program & commission the same. It is a £1,000,000 project that you would be leading.

The case study covers various aspects from the disciplines of Civil, Mechanical, Production and Information Technology.

Through the case-study of Project Neo as discussed in this course, you would learn the following items:


  1. Understand the linkage of project management principles with real-life projects
  2. Get to know how it is to be a Project Manager yourself
  3. Learn Earned Value Management (EVM) as a key tool for leading & directing projects
  4. Learn all the formulas and metrics linked to EVM such as PV, EV, AC, BAC, EAC. ETC, VAC, TCPI etc.
  5. Know how to use EVM to take project decisions
  6. Become efficient in tracking projects using Microsoft Project
  7. Learn how to use MS Project to perform Earned Value Analysis
  8. Develop professional looking project dashboards using MS Project
  9. If you are a MBA/Finance student, gain understanding of EVM in a project based scenario
  10. If you are preparing for certification exams such as PMP, CAPM, PMQ, RMP, PgMP, PfMP, APM etc. get an overall understanding of EVM concepts and formulas which forms a key part of the syllabus for all of these exams

When you enroll in this course, you should expect crystal-clear, easy-to-understand explanations and instructions so that your focus stays on the ‘learning’.

Frankly, I am a bit envious. I wish I had this tremendous learning opportunity when I was just getting started as a Project Manager.

I am confident that you’ll experience instant results delivered by this course.

That’s why I invite you to click on the “Enroll Now” button, secure your lifetime access now and begin to learn.

You are going to love it.

Enjoy the Learning!

Nilotpal Ray, PMP


Who is this course for:

  1. PMP, CAPM, PMQ, RMP, PgMP, PfMP, APM aspirants
  2. Entry level PMs, Project Coordinators
  3. Mid level PMs willing to grow their career
  4. MBA/B-School/Finance/Undergrad Student studying EVM
  5. Any working PM willing to understand EVM
  6. Anyone who wish to learn how projects are led in real-world
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