There are three different methods of calculating the actual progress of activities: Duration Percent Complete, Units Percent Complete, and Physical Percent Complete. The first two are explained in the previous articles and this article will cover the last one, Physical % Complete. We will also discuss the ways of choosing the appropriate percent complete field in later articles, and will now
Oracle Primavera P6 Percent Complete Tutorials
Oracle Primavera P6 tutorials covering percent complete fields and percent complete types.
This article belongs to a series of articles about units percent complete fields of Primavera P6. As explained in the previous article on the Duration % Complete, there are three percent complete fields for each activity: Duration % Complete Units % Complete Physical % Complete. We've already covered Duration % Complete and Schedule % Complete. This post will explore Units %
There are many different methods for calculation of actual progress in Primavera P6. These methods involve using many fields and settings, including: Duration % Complete Units % Complete Physical % Complete Activity % Complete Performance % Complete Percent Complete Type Earned Value settings of the WBS Elements I will explain Duration % Complete in this article. Other
If you missed Part 1 of Schedule % Complete in Oracle Primavera, go back now and have a read through. Then come back here. The Proper Setup : Baselined and Cost-loaded Now let’s see how Schedule % Complete works in action on a sample Primavera P6 plan. Since Schedule % Complete is based on both Project Baseline fields and Earned Value Cost fields, to calculate it properly, your schedule
Schedule % Complete is one of the many percent completes you have in Primavera P6 and we’re going to have a complete look at what it is and how it is calculated. Two important products of maintaining schedules are planned progress and actual progress of a given time; you want to know how much you’ve done so far and compare it with how much you were supposed to do so far, in order to reach project
How do you know if your car is performing well? I’m assuming one would monitor the dashboard - tracking gas level, oil and engine lights, speed etc. Just like that, a KPI is a metric that helps you track whether you're going to reach your targeted goal. KPI stands for Key Performance Indicator. It helps you determine if a project is succeeding or failing, and if the goal will be met. KPIs are a