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Hundreds of Hours of On-Demand Video Training

Although all of our weekly webinars are recorded and posted on our website (www.mpug.com > Resources> Webinars > Recordings), we’ve compiled some of our best Category A PMI® PDU eligible recordings for your convenience. Below are 30 hours worth of webinar recordings that can be claimed for a total of 30 Category A PMI PDUs! Please claim the PDU code mentioned at the end of each recording.

Managing a Resource Constrained Project – A Deep-Dive Certificate Series

  • Session 1 (2 hrs/PDUs)
  • Session 2 (2 hrs/PDUs)
  • Session 3 (2 hrs/PDUs)

Proactive Scheduling with Microsoft Project – A Deep-Dive Certificate Series

  • Session 1 (2 hrs/PDUs)
  • Session 2 (2 hrs/PDUs)
  • Session 3 (2 hrs/PDUs)

Managing Projects with SharePoint – A Deep-Dive Certificate Series

  • Session 1 (1.5 hrs/PDUs)
  • Session 2 (1.5 hrs/PDUs)
  • Session 3 (1.5 hrs/PDUs)

Dale Howard’s “Digging Deeper” Series

  • Learning More about Task Types (1 hr/PDU)
  • Learning More about Using Task Mode and Task Dependencies (1 hr/PDU)
  • Learning More About Using Constraints (1 hr/PDU)
  • Learning More about Inactivating Tasks and Inserting a Repeatable Block of Tasks (1 hr/PDU)

30 Hours of Recordings

30 PMI® PDUs

On-Demand, When You Want

 

Other Selected Webinar Recordings:

Project Budgeting & Cost Tracking with Microsoft Project 2010/2013 (1 hr/PDU)

Making Effective Business Decisions Using Microsoft Project (1.5 hrs/PDUs)

Years in the Trenches with Microsoft Project (1.5 hrs/PDUs)

Update Better (1 hr/PDU)

Project Talk – Agile Projects with Project, Again. And Again (1 hr/PDU)

What NOT to do in MS Project — Breaking Bad Habits (1 hr/PDU)

Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’ts (1.5 hrs/PDUs)

There is no I in Project Server 2013 (1.5 hrs/PDUs)


Hundreds of Helpful Articles

MPUG has TONS of helpful articles and tips to help you get work project done with Microsoft Project, SharePoint, and event Excel. Below are some of our most popular articles, but be sure to browse our entire archive for more resources!

The Project Communication Plan By Bonnie Biafore

The Purpose of Project Charters By Clinton Padgett

Writing Effective Project Requirements By David Egan

Baselining Best Practices By Kenneth Steiness

Resource Leveling Best Practices By Kenneth Steiness

Ask The Experts: 15 Microsoft Project Tips for New Users By Ellen Lehnert

The Best Resource Workload Views in Microsoft Project 2010 By Gus Cicala

Creating an Agile Schedule with Microsoft Project By Vincent McGevna

5 Tips for Formatting Text on a Gantt Chart By Ismet Kocaman

Task Types: Don’t Get Frustrated By John Reinheimer

How To Remove Completed & Cancelled Projects & Tasks From Timesheets in Project Server By Terry Kneeburg

Tips and Tricks for Microsoft Project 2007: Creating Useful Custom Views By Dale Howard

Project 2013 Offerings: Comparison and Requirements By Collin Quiring

Managing Project Web App Site Permissions in Project Online and Project Server 2013 By Terry Kneeburg

Slick Trick: A Spin on Sync’ing with SharePoint By Jean Liverman

Ask The Expert: MS Project 2013 Certification Tests 74-343 & 74-344 by Ellen Lehnert

 


New Custom Templates

 

Creating an Agile Schedule with MS Project

An agile schedule and Microsoft Project template that was created by Vincent McGevna for his MPUG article Creating an Agile Schedule with MS Project.

Project Budget and Costs Template

A Project Budget and Costs Template which includes a helpful guide to walk you through the 4-step process. This template takes advantage of the powerful new Reports feature in Microsoft Project 2013. The zip contains a MS Project template file and a corresponding PDF guide.

SharePoint Project Office Deployment Plan Template

This is an approach to deploying project management on SharePoint in order that the solutions delivered be successful in the short and long term. The zip contains the MS Project template file and a PowerPoint slide deck detailing a deployment process.

Software Development Plan with uncertainty, parametrics, and status reporting.

This Microsoft Project plan template will help you manage your software development project. It is the Microsoft template, augmented by Oliver Gildersleeve as presented in the MPUG WebnLearn, “Parametric Estimating.” It includes high and low estimate and parametric estimating tables and formulas. The view, “Task Usage,” shows all attributes of a task. Status report views show executive milestones, tasks accomplished in the last two weeks, and tasks in flight over the next two weeks. Project’s Organizer enables you to copy these features to all your schedules.


 

Helpful Quick Reference Guides

 

Microsoft Project 2010 Desk Reference Guide

Customization Formula Guide

Collaborative Project Management Guide

Microsoft Project 2013 Quick Reference Guide

 


 

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