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Negative Schedule Variance with positive cost variance

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Shafeek K A
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I understand that having a negative schedule variance with a positive cost variance is a rare case scenario. Could you please cite me a practical situation where this could be possible ?




When works were done slower than expected but actual expenses are lower than planned.

Why did you place your post in the risk forum?