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Earned Value Management for Agile

  • Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory 11100 Johns Hopkins Road Laurel, MD, 20723 United States (map)

Abstract: Software development projects present a unique and complex project management challenge. In order to remain relevant throughout the development, the project must be able to adjust and adapt to emerging technology and requirements. In addition, projects must have finite start and end points, with cost, schedule, and performance metrics. To this end, Earned Value Management (EVM) has been used successfully to measure how a project is meeting the cost and schedule plan. EVM also allows project managers to determine the risks associated with achieving the planned cost and schedule goals and provides a mechanism to estimate expected project completion and final cost. Agile software development, specifically the Scrum approach, has applied EVM to measure software development progress.

Speaker: Caitlin Kenney, P.E. has over nine years of experience working as systems engineering contractor for multiple DoD clients. She is currently supporting the US Navy Program Executive Office (PEO) Integrated Warfare Systems (IWS) for the AEGIS combat systems integration. Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, Systems Engineering Master’s Program.

Menu: Summer Cookout-Burgers and Dogs, Potato salad lettuce tomatoes pickles etc., Tossed garden Salad with assorted dressings; Watermelon for dessert, coffee, iced tea

Dinner Cost:   Guests: $25;  INCOSE members: $20 if payment is received by March 15th, 2019,  $25 afterward.

The Registration Cost is for dinner only.  The Lecture is open to all at no cost and begins at 7 pm.

Door Prize: The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done by Stephen Denning