% Complete VS Physical % Complete in MSP-2013

When it comes to MSP, Mr Trajkovski manages to clarify concepts that are even hard for “respected books” to depict clearly!

Below there is a link from his Blog, where he presents, in depth, the differences between %complete, Physical % complete and % work complete.

% Complete VS Physical % Complete in MS PROJECT 2013 | Nenad Trajkovski.


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One comment on “% Complete VS Physical % Complete in MSP-2013
  1. ilias says:

    A comment made by Mr Arun Lal (on linkedin), gives more depth to this post:

    % complete considers time
    % complete = (Spent Time / Total Time) * 100%

    This is by default used in Earned Value calculations

    To change this in MS Project 2010
    File -> Options -> Advanced -> Earned Value options for this Project -> Default task Earned Value Method drop down box

    % Physical complete considers physical work
    % Physical complete = (Completed Work / Total Work) * 100%
    = (BCWP / BAC) * 100%

    % work complete considers effort
    % work complete = (Spent Effort / Total Effort ) * 100%


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