Distributive Management to Host Paul Solomon - Performance-Based Earned Value
October 25, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsDistributive Management, the leading provider of management dashboard software for project and program management, will host a live Webcast event in partnership with Paul Solomon, author of the book Performance-Based Earned Value. The presentation is on November 13th, 2007.
“The webinar uses real-life examples to teach organizations how to re-shape their traditional Earned Value Management (EVM) activities to incorporate performance-based techniques,” says Don Baxter, Distributive Management Sales Executive.
Solomon offers up for discussion a revolutionary approach to adding Quality to your traditional earned value techniques to help projects meet technical, schedule and cost objectives. The webinar turns to Distributive Management’s dashboard software, DataDrill EXPRESS, to bring Solomon’s illustration to life with personalized key performance indicators, management dashboard views, alerts and analysis.
“We’ll review the deployment and use of a core set of Performance-Based Earned Value® metrics and give direction on how to use Web dashboards to improve your project performance,” says Baxter.
The one-hour event is being offered to the public at no charge. To register for this event, please visit Distributive Management’s web site, www.distributive.com.
About Distributive Management and DataDrill
Distributive Management is the leading provider of performance management and measurement solutions for use in projects and across the enterprise. DataDrill enables companies to more easily and more effectively implement measurement in support of project management, performance reporting, process improvement and initiatives like CMMI. DataDrill is being used in a wide range of industries, including defense, software/IT, technology, telecommunications, banking, and insurance. Distributive DataDrill’s clients include Accenture, BAE Systems, Booz Allen Hamilton, GEICO, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, SAIC, Raytheon and Titan.