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Earned Value Management Using Microsoft Office Project: A Guide for Managing Any Size Project Effectively by Sham Dayal
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Release Date Sep 26, 2008
Publisher J. Ross Publishing
ISBN 1932159983 ISBN13 9781932159981
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More About Sham Dayal
Mr. Sham Dayal is a postgraduate in applied statistics and a graduate in computer science. He has over eighteen years of experience in the IT industry. He started his career as a programmer and graduated to the middle management level. He has over ten years of project management experience. He has successfully executed many IT projects worth millions of dollars in his career. He has been managing projects with EVM and Microsoft(r) Project for quite some time now and has acquired a lot of expertise in this area. He has been a writer for some time and has written articles on EVM that were recognized and published in a leading journal published by Project Management Institute - Information Systems Specific Interest Group. He was a speaker in the Project Management Practitioners Conference held in Bangalore by the PMI Bangalore chapter. He has been a speaker in the PM Footprints seminar conducted by the PMI Bangalore chapter. His article titled "Effective Project Management through Earned Value Management" was published in PMI ISSIG Review in the first half of 2006. He has devised a new technique based on the EVM for projects and presented the paper titled "Earned Value Management for Production Support" in the Project Management Practitioners Conference 2006 held in Bangalore, India, conducted by the PMI Bangalore chapter. Mr. Dayal is the first person to successfully implement earned value management for project tracking (progress, status, and forecasting) at his organization. He was instrumental in creating a new and unique technique for tracking the progress of the production support projects. The technique is based on the earned value management concept and won the Quality Knowledge Excellence Award for the same. After writing a couple of books in the area of project management-namely, Earned Value Management Using Microsoft Office Project and Resource Economic Value Added-he has embarked on writing a revision to his first book, due to popular demand.