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 Title & Authors
Earned Value Management Application Issues and Consideration for Weapon System Development Project
Kuk, Seung Hak; Kim, Yun Hee; Kim, Yongsin; Ju, You Yi;
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 Abstract
It is generally recommended to use EVM as an efficient means for measuring project performance and progress so that the EVMS user could manage his project successfully. In spite of it's favorable intention, most project participants think it as a heavy load or a sub practiced job with low responsibility. Especially in a weapon system R&D project, the manager should consider a possibility to change plans in the middle of the project because of uncertainty coming from properties of the R&D project. Even though there are lots of variables triggering unpredictable troubles in EVM application, EVM still could be a valuable project health indicator. In this paper we introduce a case study of EVM application for weapon system development project. Furthermore, we suggest several solutions for the issues occurring in utilizing EVM.
 Keywords
Earned Value Management;EVM;Integration Baseline Review;Weapon System Development;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
무기체계개발 사업에서 체계공학 프로세스 기반 사업성과관리 수행 방안,국승학;김윤희;유이주;

시스템엔지니어링학술지, 2015. vol.11. 2, pp.51-59 crossref(new window)
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Wiley&Sons, Program Manager's Guide to the Integrated Baseline Review process, 2003

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Hungkyun Byun, Sangwoo Lee, A Case Study of SE and EVMS Techniques Application on Surion Helicopter R&D Program, KOSSE Jounal Vol.8 Num.1, 2012

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Yunhee Kim et al., A Study of Method for Establishing EVM Baseline of Weapons R&D, KIMST, 2013

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Yunhee Kim et al., A Solution for Earned Value Change Issue caused by Plan Modification, KIMST, 2014