I came across this formula in oliverlehmann. I did not find this in PMBOK or Andy Crowe.
When to use this formula ?
How it is different than EAC = BAC /CPI ?
Mon, 02/16/2015 - 07:55
Use EAC = BAC / CPI when variances will continue.
Note: with no variances at all EAC = BAC, and AC = EV, and CPI = 1.
When there are no more variances expected you can use
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