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Stock-analysis applied to software projects

What happens if you apply a technique from stock-analysis to software projects?

The Sharpe Ratio is one of the most fundamental ways to analyze the risk/reward trade-off for an investment.  It can even help you answer the question, "if I could reduce risk to a given level, how much money would that be worth?"

You can perform the same analysis on a software project.

If you could reduce cost or schedule risk, how much money would that be worth?

Learn the answer in the article on my blog at

The Money Value of Project Forecasts


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