Would you like to learn more about Statistical PERT® to estimate your project cost or schedule, or other uncertainties, like your agile team’s product release date?

Join me, William W. Davis, for a free, one-hour, monthly webinar where I demonstrate how to use the built-in, statistical functions inside Microsoft Excel® using a SPERT® spreadsheet.  Each month I’ll cover a different aspect of probabilistic estimation.

After attending, you’ll earn 1 PDU from the Project Management Institute and/or 1 SEU from the Scrum Alliance. A certificate of attendance is freely available upon request.

Registration is required. There is no cost to attend.

If you like this month’s topic but can’t make the date, register anyway. I’ll send you a link to the recorded webinar a few days after the live event.

The January topic is: “How to Make Probabilistic Estimates Using Statistical PERT® Normal Edition“. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use the built-in statistical functions inside Microsoft Excel® and a freely licensed Statistical PERT® Normal Edition spreadsheet to model uncertainty with bell-shaped risk characteristics. We’ll specifically examine how to model your project-related uncertainties.

Download Statistical PERT® Normal Edition (a freely licensed Excel spreadsheet) before or after the webinar.

Questions we’ll tackle in the webinar:

  • What are “bell-shaped uncertainties”?
  • How do I model bell-shaped uncertainties using the normal probability distribution to make estimates and forecasts?
  • How does Statistical PERT make modeling bell-shaped uncertainties easy to do?
  • What are all the features inside the free Statistical PERT Normal Edition?
  • Where can I learn more about this?

Future monthly webinars (tentative):

  • February – Learn how to model uncertainty using the brand-new Statistical PERT® Lognormal Edition spreadsheet, which was released as a production-ready build on January 1, 2022. This webinar will explain what the lognormal distribution is, and how and when to use the lognormal distribution to model uncertainty.

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