vaishnavi wrote:

Hi,

Critical path of the project has 3 activities in sequence . Activity A has optimistic estimate as 8,pessimistic as 16 and most likely as 12.Activity B has optimistic estimate as5,Pessimistic estimates as15 and most likely estimate as 0.Activity C has optimistic estimate as 10,pessismistic estimate as 20 and most likely as 15.What is the confidence that project would finish between 34-40 days?

Total project variance comes out to be 9.8 and square root of variance =2.7.Not sure how to solve further - Can you please assist?

Hi,

Critical path of the project has 3 activities in sequence . Activity A has optimistic estimate as 8,pessimistic as 16 and most likely as 12.Activity B has optimistic estimate as5,Pessimistic estimates as15 and most likely estimate as 0.Activity C has optimistic estimate as 10,pessismistic estimate as 20 and most likely as 15.What is the confidence that project would finish between 34-40 days?

Total project variance comes out to be 9.8 and square root of variance =2.7.Not sure how to solve further - Can you please assist?

Such questions are rare in PMP , do not spend too much time on those

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Dear Friends,

It is very much clear that ITTO is one of the biggest painful area of an average PMP aspirant. When i talk to REP or experts, i receive a standard reply that ITTO cannot be memorized and it has to be understood in letter and spirit. I perfectly agree with this thought and there cannot be any second opinion about it. However question lies, how an average pmp aspirant(not by above average candidate) can understand ITTO in a very simple down to earth mechanism. This is where the real story lies. I am yet to find out an REP or an expert who can offer a Simple down to earth solution of the same. Perhaps need of the hour for REP's and experts is to EVOLVE A VERY SIMPLE DOWN TO EARTH MECHANISM to understand ITTO by an average PMP aspirant in least possible time frame and that will take care of major issues of PMP aspirant.....I hope REP's and experts are listening ........JOYDIP

Please download ITTO excel sheet from here:

Statistics: Posted by seema.sonkiya — Wed May 17, 2017 6:25 am

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I think sometimes are not really clear. Hopefully in final PMP it should be mentioned clearly.

Best Regards.

Statistics: Posted by nazrulq — Mon May 15, 2017 2:03 am

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Does any one has a lighter and the recent version of Rita's. The one I have is 700+ mb in sife and its quite old too.

Thanks,

Prashansa

Statistics: Posted by Anaisha09 — Sun May 14, 2017 6:57 pm

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Kindly write email to Support@izenbridge.com

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BAC = 250000

10% increase in cost means AC = 250000 and 10% of 250000 (25000 extra)

so AC = 275000

EV will remain 250000 because that's what we were suppose to finish so at completion EV = PV = 250000

CPI = EV/AC = 250000/275000 = .909

SPI = EV/PV = 250000/250000 = 1

Statistics: Posted by imranz — Fri May 12, 2017 4:54 am

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nazrulq wrote:

10% time increased = 11 months =EV

10% cost increased = 250 000 * 1.1 =275 000 =AC

SPI =10/11=.91

CPI =250/275=.91

10% time increased = 11 months =EV

10% cost increased = 250 000 * 1.1 =275 000 =AC

SPI =10/11=.91

CPI =250/275=.91

please read question carefully

Calculate CPI and SPI at the time of project completion.

Now think and answer

Statistics: Posted by manishpn — Wed May 10, 2017 3:28 pm

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SPI =10/11=.91

CPI =250/275=.91

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Statistics: Posted by seema.sonkiya — Tue May 09, 2017 9:49 am

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So if you look carefully you will be able to get your answers within the book.

Statistics: Posted by manishpn — Tue May 09, 2017 7:56 am

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