Workshop: Earned Value Management (EVM) is NOT Just for Fun

March 11, 2017
8:30 AM MST to 12:30 PM MST
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Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs
4435 N Chestnut St, Room 252
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
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2 Technical, 1 Leadership, 1 Business & Strategic Management



We all know that Earned Value Management is a project management technique for measuring project performance and progress. But many of us struggle to understand EVM, and struggle to apply EVM analysis on our projects. Attendees of this Workshop will gain an understanding of Earned Value, and how it can be used (a) to track progress to a schedule, (b) to generate forecasts for schedule completion, and (c) as a management tool.


In This Workshop We Will Cover:


  1. Introduction/refresher of Earned Value
  2. Overview of Defense Contract Management Agency's role in EVM
  3. The relationship between scheduling best practices and EV
  4. Importance of accurate reporting
  5. How past performance impacts time and cost forecasting
  6. Some practical EV analysis exercises


Program Facilitator:


 Dan Feigenbaum, PMP, EVP, MCTS, MCITP, MBA


Mr. Feigenbaum is the lead Enterprise Project Management Systems Analyst at Harris Corporation in Colorado Springs. In this role, he conducts training in Project Management best practices, schedule development & maintenance and Earned Value analysis. Prior to his 12 years in the Program Control Office at Harris Corporation, Dan spent 30+ years in software development and various aspects of project management. His background in Project Management, Earned Value, systems management and development includes: generating system requirements and design specification, development, configuration management, quality assurance, and implementation.

Dan has a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from the University of west Florida, and an MBA in Project Management from Colorado Technical University. He obtained his PMP certification in 2009, the Earned Value Professional (EVP)

certification in 2012, and holds various Microsoft certifications in Microsoft Project. Dan now serves on the PPRC board as Trustee, previously serving as President.



Bagels, Coffee, and Orange Juice will be provided!


Refund and Cancellation Policy:

The Workshop may be cancelled or rescheduled under the following circumstances: (A) In the case of accident, illness or any other Act of God that prevents the program facilitator from being present or the venue to not be available. (B) The minimum number of registrations (5) has not been reached by midnight on March 6, 2017.

In case of cancellation or rescheduling, our contact method will be email. Please make sure we have an active email address that you see before you leave home the day of the event.

You will be required to review and accept the PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund and Cancellation Policy as part of your registration. Please review it here.


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$59.00 Member
$49.00 Earlybird rate before February 26

$69.00 Guest/Non-Member
$59.00 Earlybird rate before February 26