Base measures
Base measures tell you where we are on the project and what have we completed so far

Budget at Completion (BAC)
Planned Value (PV)
Earned Value (EV)
Actual Cost (AC)
Actual to Date (ATD)
Estimate to Complete (ETC)
Estimate at Complete (EAC)
Planned Start and End Dates
Forecast Start and End Dates
Actual Start and End Dates

Metric driven project management

Control metrics
Control metrics tell you how far off you are from the plan. And are we accomplishing tasks at the rate we had planned?
Cost Performance Index (CPI)
Schedule Performance Index (SPI)
Cost Variance (CV)
Schedule Variance (SV)
Variance at Completion (VAC)

Process metrics
Deliverable Timeliness
Change Request Impact
Requirements Volatility (RV)
Peer Review Efficiency

Quality metrics
Peer Review Effectiveness
Testing Effectiveness
Cost of Quality Activities

Cost of Rework

DOT1 lists down key measures and metrics that may be adopted and used in projects to build rigor in project monitoring & reporting.

In-process metrics: This includes performance indicators that indicate project performance while it is still in execution. This may indicate the need for corrective actions/changes in the plan.
Outcome metrics: This includes performance indicators that are measured after a deliverable if completed. This is usually used for establishing capability of a process.

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