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1. ## Schedule Slippage

Hai friends,

Does anybody know the formula to calculate schedule slippage.

Thanks,

2. ## Re: Schedule Slippage

yes,

Actual end date - Estimated end date

E.g if Actual end date is 16-sept-2009 and Estimated end date is also 16-sept-2009 then schedule slippage is zero.

If, Actual end date is 6-Oct-09 and Estimated end date is
21-Sep-09, then the schedule slippage is 15 days.

It can have a negative value also

3. ## Re: Schedule Slippage

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4. ## Re: Schedule Slippage

[ QUOTE ]
yes,

Actual end date - Estimated end date

E.g if Actual end date is 16-sept-2009 and Estimated end date is also 16-sept-2009 then schedule slippage is zero.

If, Actual end date is 6-Oct-09 and Estimated end date is
21-Sep-09, then the schedule slippage is 15 days.

It can have a negative value also

[/ QUOTE ]

I think the above information is related to schedule adherence and not schedule slippage.

am 100% sure Actual end date - Estimated end date is formula for schedule adherence.
Now am confused as to whats the difference between schedule adherence and schedule slippage [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

testking123 help!!!

5. ## Re: Schedule Slippage

hi,

I wish I could but I am not a veteran to help you out. sorry even I am confused regarding the same [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

Thanks

6. ## Re: Schedule Slippage

Perhaps you need to take a step back and figure out

"What am I attempting to measure with this metric?"

and

"what units make sense for what I am attempting to measure?".

Deriving a formula without knowing the answer to these questions seems pointless.

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