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Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDUs in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

Event Description:

This is a session for advanced users of Microsoft Project looking to take their schedules to the next level. I will be demonstrating how to make your schedule easy to read and Pop out of the screen, how to export data from your schedule for distribution, how to use the timeline in ways you have never done before, how to use some complex views to get to access to the data you need and much more.

Presenter Info:

Tom Henry is the PPM Practice Manager at Projility, where he leads a team of experienced project and portfolio management consultants in making clients more adept, productive and profitable. Tom has been involved with PPM since graduating from Bournemouth University in the United Kingdom, working first in London and then moving to the United States to further pursue his career. Tom prides himself on being able to understand his clients’ needs and translating those needs into simplified PPM solutions.


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Tom Henry
Written by Tom Henry

Tom Henry is the PPM Practice Manager at Projility, where he leads a team of experienced project and portfolio management consultants in making clients more adept, productive and profitable. Tom has been involved with PPM since graduating from Bournemouth University in the United Kingdom, working first in London and then moving to the United States to further pursue his career. Tom prides himself on being able to understand his clients’ needs and translating those needs into simplified PPM solutions. Contact Tom at tom.henry@projility.com.

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  1. This webinar does not credit the PMI-SP PDU for some reason — please fix.

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