Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.
Sometimes Microsoft Project users describe Microsoft Project as a “black hole”, feeling like the software “takes, but it will not give back”. For example, did you know that Microsoft Project does not contain any default view or table that allows you to analyze Duration variance so that you can determine which tasks are taking longer than originally planned? In this webinar, Dale Howard (Microsoft Project MVP) will show you how to create powerful views in Microsoft Project using two different methods, including how to create the “missing” view that will allow you to analyze Duration variance in your own projects.
The name Dale Howard should be familiar name to MPUG users, given the number of lively and practical presentations he has provided for MPUG Global and for local MPUG chapters on how to use Microsoft Project and Project Server more effectively. With over 15 years of practical experience with these software tools, plus Dale’s humorous and engaging presentation style, he was voted the “Best Presenter” by the participants at the Project Conference held in Phoenix in March 2012. Dale possesses the prestigious Most Valuable Professional (MVP) designation from Microsoft, and possesses multiple technical certifications and training certifications as well. Dale is the Director of Education for Sensei Project Solutions in Phoenix, Arizona. He looks forward to training clients in the USA and all around the world.
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