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Development of 3 layer EVM(Earned Value Management) Guideline for XP(eXtreme programming) based on CMMI


Mi-Seo Jeong, Hyuk-Soo Han, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 9, No. 6, pp. 155-164, Dec. 2008
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Keywords: XP(eXtreme Programming), CMMI(Capability Maturity Model Integration), EVM(Earned Value Management)

Abstract

Project Monitoring and Control is one of the required activities in project management. This activity provides the information about whether a project is making a progress as it is planned. It is usually performed in weekly meetings or milestone meetings where the project manager checks the project's current status based on project measures such as schedule, cost and work performance. One of the popular method for project monitoring and control is EVM(Earned Value Management). The major characteristic of EVM is that it uses only one measure 'cost' for schedule and work performance so that it enables 2 independent graphs to be illustrated in one integrated graph based on cost. For applying EVM to a project, it is essential to break whole work to work packages and to assign value of cost to each work package at the initial stage of the project. Therefore EVM is well matched with the lifecycle which requires whole plan at the beginning of project. However, in XP(eXtreme Programming), whole customer requirements are difficult to define and to make a complete plan at the beginning and are more detailed in each Iteration. Therefore EVM is not comfortable method for XP. Therefore in this research we suggest 3 layer EVM which can be applied in XP, and develop a process guidelines based on CMMI(Capability Maturity Model Integration) PMC(Project Monitoring and Control) process area.


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[APA Style]
Mi-Seo Jeong and Hyuk-Soo Han (2008). Development of 3 layer EVM(Earned Value Management) Guideline for XP(eXtreme programming) based on CMMI. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9(6), 155-164.

[IEEE Style]
M. Jeong and H. Han, "Development of 3 layer EVM(Earned Value Management) Guideline for XP(eXtreme programming) based on CMMI," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 155-164, 2008.

[ACM Style]
Mi-Seo Jeong and Hyuk-Soo Han. 2008. Development of 3 layer EVM(Earned Value Management) Guideline for XP(eXtreme programming) based on CMMI. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 9, 6, (2008), 155-164.