Author: Tim Runcie PMP, MCP, MCTS, P-TSP, MVP

Tim Runcie, PMP, MCP, MCTS, P-TSP, MVP is one of 6 Microsoft Project MVP’s in North America and has held that title for 17 years in a row.  A seasoned veteran of complex programs, and portfolio management systems, Tim works with companies like Microsoft on next generations of Project, Program, and portfolio technologies.  Tim is an accomplished speaker, consultant, and educator, supporting the project management community for over 25 years. As the President and founder of Advisicon, Tim has written over 38 books on PM methodologies and technologies. Advisicon has recently added a non-profit division focused on helping faith-based and 501-C3 organizations with implementing and training on available business solutions and providing business coaching or process automation with the mission of “Serving those who Serve.” Free resources are available at www.YouTube.com/Advisicon or on Tim’s LMS, www.Advisicon.thinkific.com

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Revolutionize Your Strategic Planning: Harnessing Viva Goals with Microsoft Project Tools

Project Managers, transform your strategic planning: Master OKRs, align Viva Goals with MS Project tools, and achieve success in this interactive webinar.

Effective Project Management: Utilizing Baselines and Microsoft Project Views for Comprehensive Progress Tracking

Microsoft Project offers various views and features to help you track project progress effectively. Learn how to utilize baselines to compare actual outcomes against the original plan, and explore different views like Tracking and Variance to gain deeper insights into task progression and resource allocation.

The image shows a portion of the Resource Sheet in Microsoft Project. The Resource Sheet is used to manage resources, such as people, equipment, and materials, that are required to complete a project.

The Resource Sheet has several columns, including:

* Resource Name: The name of the resource.
* Type: The type of resource.
* Initials: The initials of the resource.
* Group: The group that the resource belongs to.
* Role: The role that the resource will play in the project.
* Max. Units: The maximum number of units of the resource that are available.
* Std. Rate: The standard rate of the resource.
* Ovt. Rate: The overtime rate of the resource.
* Cost/Use: The cost per use of the resource.

You can use the Resource Sheet to add, edit, and delete resources, as well as to assign resources to tasks. You can also use the Resource Sheet to view the availability of resources and to level resources.

Exploring Resource Management and Task Assignment in Microsoft Project

Earned value management involves various formulas and calculations. This introduction provides an overview of common terminology and formulas, including Earned Value (EV), Cost Variance (CV), and Schedule Performance Index (SPI), and explains how to interpret and use these measures for project control.

Tailoring Project Schedules to Global Holidays and Resource Availability in Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project allows you to tailor project schedules to accommodate global holidays and resource availability. Learn how to create custom calendars, assign them to projects or resources, and ensure accurate scheduling based on specific working patterns and holidays.

Resource and Task Management in Microsoft Project

Microsoft Project offers robust resource and task management capabilities. Learn how to use different views, such as the Gantt chart and resource sheet, to effectively manage, assign, and replace resources, and understand the role of task types and effort-driven scheduling.

Why Project Desktop is Here to Stay

Project Desktop remains a powerful tool for project management, offering extensive resource management capabilities and versatility. Learn why Project Desktop is here to stay, its integration with Project Online, and its continued relevance in managing complex projects.

Best practices for managing resources and workload using Project

WebNLearn: Best Practices for Managing Resources and Workload with Microsoft Project Desktop

In this webinar you will learn best practices for managing resources and workload using Microsoft Project Desktop

7 Common Misconceptions about MS Project that People Get Wrong…then suffer

Event Description: This session will be an open panel discussion (taking audience questions) to address both the direction and how Microsoft is improving and guiding their Project PPM technologies (current and future) as well as addressing common misconceptions people have using Microsoft Project. Learning Objectives: Review and address misconceptions in improving or delivering project, program and portfolio management through the use Microsoft Project PPM technologies. Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle. Presenter: Tim Runcie PMP, MCP, MCTS, P-TSP, MVP is one of 6 Microsoft Project MVP’s in North America and has held that title for 17 years in a row. A seasoned veteran of complex programs, and portfolio management systems, Tim works with companies like Microsoft on next generations of Project, Program and portfolio technologies. Tim is an accomplished speaker, consultant, and educator, supporting the project management community for over 25 years. As the President and founder of Advisicon, Tim has written over 38 books on PM methodologies and technologies. Advisicon has added a nonprofit division focused on helping faith-based and 501-C3 organizations with implementing and training on business solutions available and provide business coaching or process automation with the mission of “Serving those who Serve.”   Have you watched this webinar recording? Tell MPUG viewers what you think! [WPCR_INSERT]

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