Ask the Scheduling Expert! An advanced session on scheduling pains and issues

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Event Description: 

Bring your scheduling issues and pains to this advanced session and hear expert advice on how to navigate through them. Other common speed bumps and errors will be addressed and step by step troubleshooting directions will be given. If you are a Project user, this is a session you don’t want to miss!

Speaker Info:

Ed Killingsworth, PMP

Ed Killingsworth is a Senior Program Analyst, currently working at System Studies & Simulation, Inc. (S³) in Huntsville, Alabama. He has used Microsoft Project since 1999.
Ed is a member of the local PMI group and earned his PMP certification in 2014. He holds a BSBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). He is currently pursuing his MBA at UAH. Although he doesn’t run very fast, he is also a member and volunteer of the Huntsville Track Club.
Contact information: Ed.Killingsworth@s3inc.com


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Ed Killingsworth is a Senior Program Analyst, currently working at System Studies & Simulation, Inc. (S³) in Huntsville, Alabama. He has used Microsoft Project since 1999. Ed is a member of the local PMI group and earned his PMP certification in 2014. He holds a BSBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) and his MBA from UNA. Although he doesn’t run very fast, he is also a member and volunteer of the Huntsville Track Club.
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  1. Enjoyed the Webinar and I picked up a few things.

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