July 31, 2019
12:00pm – 1:00pm EST
It may seem counter intuitive to apply random uncertainty to our hard won schedule estimates but doing so can dramatically improve the realism of our prediction of the future. But how can we justify applying uncertainty/randomness to management? What’s a reasonable amount of uncertainty? How can you capture uncertainty and apply it to your schedule without adding to your already heavy workload? This session will use Barbecana’s Full Monte schedule risk analysis software to analyze the past and help produce happier clients in the future.
Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.
October 9-10, 2019
UVA Darden Conference Center
Arlington (Roslyn), VA
The 9th Annual EVM Practitioners’ Forum is organized by EVM application users to share best practices and help others become more effective in their use of EVM tools, analysis, and reporting.
News & Press Releases
April 2017: Barbecana releases Full Monte 2017 for Microsoft Project. This upgrade builds on the success of Full Monte 2016 and adds extra reporting capabilities and performance improvements. Download the free trial to take a look at the changes.
December 2015: Barbecana announces the release of Full Monte 2016 for Microsoft Project. This is a major upgrade (free of charge for customers with current maintenance and support agreements) that includes a new spreadsheet style interface, analysis of past performance to provide insight into appropriate uncertainty distributions for future work, a Joint Confidence Level (JCL) scatter plot, duration histograms, and many other enhancements. Download the free trial to take a look at the changes.
January 2015: As part of a move to larger office space, Barbecana has selected Vonage Business Solutions to provide a new phone system that offers complete integration between traditional office, home, and mobile communication systems. As part of this change, our main office number has changed to +1 (281) 971 9825.
November 2014: Barbecana announces the immediate availability of version 1.1 of Full Monte 2014 for P6. This update to Full Monte for P6 schedule risk analysis supports the new Primavera P6 8.4 release from Oracle. One of the changes with Primavera P6 Professional 8.4 is the option to use the SQLite database for standalone installations rather than the resource hungry Oracle XE edition. Full Monte supports schedule risk analysis against Primavera schedules saved to SQL Server, Oracle, or SQLite databases.
August 2014: Barbecana announces the immediate availability of Full Monte 2014 for P6. Full Monte schedule risk analysis (SRA/Monte Carlo Simulation) runs directly against existing Primavera databases (both Oracle and SQL Server), avoiding the headache of exporting data to external systems for analysis and saving uncertainty information directly in the Primavera database. This makes for an extremely fast and cost effective solution for schedule risk analysis with Primavera schedules.
July 2014: Barbecana releases a minor update to Full Monte 2.1 that enhances the popular Tornado style sensitivity chart to include color differentiation between positive and negative influences on the project or milestone outcome. After installing the update, simply create a new report specification called ‘SplitTornado’ based on the existing ‘Tornado (Schedule)’ report.
Full Monte Demos
If you are interested in a one on one WebEx demo that can be tailored to address any questions you have on the software, or any features you would like to see, please email email@example.com