About: Michael Nathan
Mike Nathan, PMP, is a career project manager with the information services firm of Wolters Kluwer. His current responsibilities include leading project success with the Advanced Technologies team within the Global Platform Organization, a shared services unit. Mike is currently leading the charge within his organization to ensure his project management peers and executive sponsors understand the value of professional project management tools and techniques. In his “spare time” he is running a proof of concept installation of Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 with aspirations of seeing the day that the enterprise is fully integrated on the platform. Prior to his five-year association with Wolters Kluwer, Mike was a key participant in establishing the CapGemini (then CapGemini Ernst & Young) Project Management Center of Excellence. This program produced 90 PMP-certified project managers in two years. Mike continues to mentor his peers in the “art” of project management, the tools that make it run and the ninja secrets which only come from years of getting dirty in the trenches. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Written on May 29, 2008, by Michael Nathan
Recently, a colleague asked how he could tell at a glance which overdue tasks were at least 50% complete and which were less than 50% complete. If <50% complete, show red alert (red circle icon) If as least 50% complete, show yellow alert (yellow warning icon) Now perhaps there’s a more elegant way to do…