Index

Target cost, 250, 251, 253

Target fee, 250, 251

Target price, 250, 253

Target return on cost, 250, 252, 253, 255

Task finish performance index (TFPI), 174, 176

Task start performance index (TSPI), 174, 176

Taxable revenue, 142

t distribution, 46

Team agreement, 246

Technical requirements, 239-240

TFPI, see Task finish performance index

Theory of Constraints, 211, 230

Three-point estimates, 51-55, 57, 89-90, 95, 187, 193 applying to cost, 154-155, 179

Throughput, 211, 230

Time and materials (T&M) contract, 249, 253-255

Time-centric earned value, 165, 173-178, 179 forecasting with, 175, 177-178 principles, 174-176, 177

Timeliness, 182, 183

Time management, quantitative, see Quantitative time management Top-down estimates, 83, 84-88, 98, 183 Toyota, 152

Treacy-Wiersema model, 7-8, 15, 22

Treasurer, 151

Tree diagram, 242

Trial balance, 17, 126, 133, 146

Triangular distribution, 42-44, 53, 54, 58, 59, 64, 65, 90, 187, 208 cost and, 154

TSPI, see Task start performance index t statistic, 228-229

Two-tailed standard Normal distribution, 60 Type 1 errors, 226-228 Type 2 errors, 226-228

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