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Boston MPUG & PPM Community Chapter Meeting:
“Optimize Your Project: Fast tracking & Crashing”
Join the Boston Chapter of MPUG and the Boston PPM Community for our next meeting on Wednesday May 3, 2017 where the topic will be “Optimize Your Project: Fast tracking & Crashing”. This interactive presentation and discussion will be delivered by Mr. John Riopel, PMP, MCP, MCTS at our regular meeting location: Constant Contact in Waltham, MA.
You might have heard about fast tracking and crashing a project, but are these options available in Microsoft Project? In this session will be explore how to implement these options in a schedule. We will use custom fields to make crashing possible and understand our options.
· Microsoft Project custom fields
· Implementation of crashing options
· Reporting on crashing
The meeting will be held at Constant Contact, 1601 Trapelo Road in Waltham, MA, Phone: 781-472-8100. The facility is located just off of Route 128/I-95, Exit 28 and offers free visitor parking. Enter through the main building under the clock and follow the directional signs to the MPUG (Microsoft Project User Group) meeting room in the third floor Great Room (as there may be other meetings in the facility at the same time).
Pre-registration is required at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boston-ppm-community-meeting-tickets.
Practical Project Management with Microsoft Project 2016
Learn how to manage projects of any size with Microsoft Project 2016. Whether you’re new to project management and Microsoft Project, or looking to expand your skills, this clear and engaging book guides you through Project’s features step by step. You can jump directly to the topics you need. Or download sample files from the book’s website to follow along to build a task list and resource team, develop and fine-tune your schedule, and monitor and correct performance. This book shows you how to make the most of Project’s tools, so you can master Project and the projects you manage with it.
Learn Project 2016 basics. Follow the step-by-step instructions whether you use Project Standard or Professional. • Build your schedule and team. Develop your task list and assemble your team. Assign resources to tasks to build your project schedule.
Fine-tune your schedule. Make your schedule realistic and modify it to deliver on time and within budget.
Track and manage progress. Enter actual values, evaluate performance, correct course, and manage changes.
Communicate. Produce reports and other output to communicate project info to stakeholders and team members.
Customize Project features. Make Project work the way you want. Develop your own views, tables, fields, filters, and groups. Customize the ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar.
Share project info. Exchange data between programs, share customizations, and share info via SharePoint.
Work with multiple projects. Use master projects to manage several projects.
Learn how Project Server or Project Online helps manage project portfolios.
PM Providers, John Riopel and Lynda.com are at it again!
Looking for Microsoft Project Server knowledge, you’ve come to the correct place. Check out our latest offering with a 10 day free trial of Lynda.com training. Free Trial Click Here! We have added our second course with Lynda.com, Microsoft Project Web Application 2013. We have added our second course with Lynda.com Microsoft Project Web Application 2013. In this course,
we share information about projects, tasks, and resources in Project Server. We show how to use Project Web App to create enterprise-level projects, allocate resources, update tasks and timesheets, and generate status reports. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use PWA to keep track of every element of your project portfolio.
Topics Include: Connecting to Project Web App, Understanding enterprise project types, Creating a project, Creating a resource plan, Working with the PWA schedule, Approving task status updates and timesheets, Disabling enterprise features, Creating status reports, and Managing notifications and alerts
More about John Riopel or other course offerings at Lynda.com, Click here!
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