The To Complete Performance Index (TCPI) is the third forecasting tool mentioned in the PMBOK Guide.
This is a relatively new term which was coined by the PMI to assist project managers in calculating the future cost performance of the project.
Since the concept of TCPI is new and there is not much research available on this topic, it often confuses many people.
However, there is some good news for you. Now that I have passed the PMP exam and have a better understanding on this topic, I am writing this blog post to make this concept easier for you.
First I will explain to you the definition, next I will show you a real world example, and then finally I will give you mathematical examples to hit the last nail in the coffin.
Okay let’s get started.