# Case Scenario. Tree Trimming

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Running head. TREE TRIMMING PROJECT ANALYSIS
Tree trimming project analysis
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Running head. TREE TRIMMING PROJECT ANALYSIS
Schedule timelines
From the calculations, it is clear that Johnson has worked within the schedule. It is
determined using the below calculation. A total number of trees that were sheered were 6,000
and the total number of trees was 24,000.
Total work done = trees sheered / Total number
= 6,000/24,000
= 0.25 which is equivalent to 25%
The number of trees sheared in 5 days was 6,000 which are 25% of the work. It therefore
implies that the amount to be paid by Johnson will be 25% of the total amount and no
payment will be paid above that.
Amount paid = 25% of \$30,000
= \$7,500
The amount of work in five days is 25% indicating that he is well on the schedule.
Earned value
Yes, Johnson is making use of earned value approach that was taught in the Project
Management course. From the above calculation based on the given data it is clear that
Johnson has completed 25% of the entire work. Therefore, he is entailed to receive 25% of
the payment that is \$7,500. Earned value provides integration between the scope of work
according to the schedule and budget (Larson & Gray, 2011, p. 458).

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1 Running head. TREE TRIMMING PROJECT ANALYSIS Tree trimming project analysis Name Institutional affiliation 2 Running head. TREE TRIMMING PROJECT ANALYSIS Schedule timelines From the calculations, it is clear that Johnson has worked within the schedule. It is determined using the below calculation. A total number of trees that were sheered were 6,000 and the total number of trees was 24,000. Total work done = trees sheered / Total number = 6,000/24,000 = 0.25 which is equivalent to 25% The number of trees sheared in 5 days was 6,000 which are 25% of the work. It therefore implies that the amount to be paid by Johnson will be 25% of the total amount and no payment will be paid above that. Amount paid = 25% of \$30,000 = \$7,500 The amount of work in five days is 25% indicating that he is well on the schedule. Earned value Yes, Johnson is making use of earned value approach that was taught in the Project Management course. From the above calculation based on the given data it is clear that Johnson has completed 25% of the entire work. Therefore, he is entailed to receive 25% of the payment that is \$7,500. Earned value provides integration between the scope of work according to the schedule and budget (Larson & Gray, 2011, p. 458). 3 Running head. TREE TRIMMING PROJECT ANALYSIS It will indicate whether the project is performed as per the schedule and resources are allocated as per the schedule. It is vividly clear from the above computation that Johnson has done 25% of ...
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