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Mr. Espina has offered the textbook standard answer and I agree with his answer. That list is a bit granular, and I'd like to add a few more general metrics that would help me to understand and interpret the information collected. I'm looking for an "elevator speech set" - a set of numbers that can be presented intelligibly on a single slide/ ...


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The core metrics are: Cost variance: current period, cumulative to date, and at completion Revenue Variance (if seller of services): current period, cumulative to date, and at completion Profit Margin Variance (if seller of services): current period, cumulative to date, and at completion Schedule variance: current period, cumulative to date, and at ...


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I would suggest the use of a prioritized list + scheduling recurring blocks of dedicated time to work on the items on the list. The schedule ensures that you are dedicating time to Important Non-Urgent tasks, and the prioritized list ensures that you don't have to waste that dedicated time trying to decide exactly how to spend it. If some of the items are ...


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