99 Top MPUG Webinars

We’ve compiled our top 99 webinars for you! And as a thank you for checking us out, the first on-demand webinar is on us! 

Watch Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’ts FREE!

8 Steps for Scheduling Success with Project 2010
Certificate Series – Scheduling Essentials, Session 1
Keeping Your Project on Track by Leveraging the Baseline Features of Microsoft Project
Taming the Monster Schedule
Reducing Project Costs with Schedule Risk Analysis
Scheduling with Microsoft Project: Session 1
Scheduling with Microsoft Project: Session 2
Scheduling with Microsoft Project: Session 3
Tips and Tricks for More Accurate Scheduling Using Microsoft Project
Using MS Project to determine where projects lie in relation to the Critical Path
Understanding and Managing Uncertainty in Scheduling

Showing PMO Love Through Monitoring and Automation
Agile IS Risk Management
Building a Learning Community within Your Organization
Capturing Lessons Learned Information – Making Your Current and Future Projects Smarter
Effective Use of Project with Scrum
How to Successfully Manage Multiple Projects at the Same Time
Integrating Agile Projects into Microsoft Project/Project Server
Key Agile Concepts Illustrated
Learn Why PMOs Are Moving Beyond Annual Planning
Project Intake & Prioritization
Project Talk – “All Projects are Unique – Except When They Aren’t!” – Using Templates for Effective Project Planning
Unified PPM and Agile Management Solution

Microsoft Project 2013/Project Online
Answering the R vs. CC equation with Project Online
How to Merge Two Departments into One Project Server/Online Instance
Learn from the MVP: Tips & Tricks with Project 2010/2013
Leveraging Project, Project Server, and Project Online for Better Communications
Tips and Tricks from Project 2013 Plain and Simple

Automate Your Status Reports with Project Online
Create a One-page Status Report with Project, Access & Visio
Creating Powerful Dashboards / Reports with Microsoft Power BI
Effective Reporting with Microsoft Project
It’s All About… Reports!
Report Basics: Build an Agile Kanban Board in Microsoft Project
Reporting with Project Online Demystified
The Art of Reporting
What-If Scenarios with MS Project
What-if-Scenarios Part 2 – Advanced Approaches to Scheduling with MS Project
Updating Projects Progress with Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project Essentials
The Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Project, Part 1
Back to the Future — When Gantt Had Style
Fast Track Project Management Success: How to Utilize Relevant Microsoft Technology
Kick Off Your Project for Success
Microsoft Project 2010 Essentials
Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’t’s
Microsoft Project for the Beginning User
Microsoft Project for the Intermediate User
Microsoft Project for the Advanced User
Microsoft® Project 2016 Essentials – Part One
Microsoft® Project 2016 Essentials – Part Two
Microsoft® Project 2016 Essentials – Part Three
Portfolio, Program, Projects – How to Manage Effectively using Microsoft Project

Beyond Macros – Customizing Microsoft Project for Non-Techies
Extracting Data from the Black Hole: Creating Custom Views in Microsoft Project 2010, 2013, and 2016
Make Your Life Easier with Project Macros
Microsoft Project Custom Formula Guide

Project Communication & Collaboration
Collaborative Project Management – Process & Leadership
Project Communication Tools – A guide to communicating more effectively!
The Tactical Guide for Building a PMO
Tactical Guide for Building a PMO – How to run a Successful PMO
The World of Collaboration: How New Innovations Will Transform Your Organization!

Portfolio Management
Creating Your Own Portfolio or Project Dashboard
Project Portfolio Management Masterclass, Part 1

Microsoft Project 2016/Project Online
Deep Dive: Resource Engagements
Microsoft Project 2016 and Roadmap
Microsoft Project Online: Adoption, Governance, Sustainment
Using Project Online to Manage New Product Development(NPD) Projects

Resource Management
Define and Execute an Effective Resource Management Strategy with Project Online and Power BI
From Task Manager to People Manager – The Next Generation of Project Managers
Level with Me: Advanced Resource Management with Project 2013 and Project Server 2013
Principles of Effective Resource Management
Resource Workload Leveling
Risk Management with Microsoft Project and Project Server

Microsoft Software Integration
Innovative Solutions for a Constrained Project World
Integrate Microsoft Project with Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Project Reporting Using Integration with the Microsoft Office
Project & Visio – Just Like Fred and Ginger
Project and Excel Integration – the application dream team!
Project Management with Microsoft Tools
Structured Project Management using EPM, Jira, and TFS
Swimlane Timeline – Visio reports from Excel, Project Server, Project and SharePoint
Visualizing Project Data with Visio

Microsoft Project + SharePoint = PM Maturity
Managing Projects with SharePoint and MS Project
SharePoint 2013 + Project 2013 = Better Collaborative Project Management!
SharePoint Team Sites Overview – A high level introduction into Team Sites

Mars Rovers: The Ultimate Project
New Advances in Project Management Tools
Project Management for Healthcare

Microsoft Project 2013 Certification: What You Need To Know

Microsoft Project Server
PMO Strategies and Microsoft Project Server 2013 Configuration
Portfolio Management Made Easy with Project Online/Project Server 2013

Project Support – And What’s Coming Next?
The Top 10 Messages from the PMI® PMO Symposium
What Every PMP Needs to Know About the New PMI® Certification Requirements


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The Microsoft Project User Group (MPUG) is the world’s largest community of Microsoft Project users, with over 200,000 members in more than 170 countries. Founded in 1997, MPUG has been serving project management professionals for over 25 years, providing a platform for members to connect, share knowledge, and learn from one another. With a focus on using technology to improve project management processes, MPUG offers a variety of resources and services, including webinars, training courses, articles, and discussion forums. The organization is dedicated to helping members master Microsoft Project and related technologies, stay up-to-date with industry trends, and advance their careers. Whether you’re new to project management or a seasoned pro with decades of experience, MPUG is a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their skills and knowledge.

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