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Onboarding New Project Managers

Employees are the foundation of your organization. They add value with the skills and knowledge that they bring to the team. They also convey a tiny element of the company culture. A new person hired ...

Allow Project Managers Read-Only Access to All Projects in Project Online

Background By default, the security permissions in Project Online and Microsoft Project Server only allow project managers to open and edit their own projects, and do not allow project managers to see...

Top Frustration #3: Printing a Gantt Chart from MS Project

Printing a Gantt chart can be a frustrating experience if you don’t take time to get used to the way printing in Microsoft Project works. In MPUG’s recent top frustration survey, one responder explain...

How to Create and Customize Filters

In MS Project, filtering is a way to see or highlight only the task or resource information that meets the criteria you choose. Filtering does not change any underlying data but changes what data is d...

Recruiting, Hiring and Managing Talent: Best Practices for Finding Strong Project Team Members

The success of any project is indisputably tied to the quality of the team members working on it. As a project manager, you play a key role in the recruitment, hiring, and management of talent. This i...

Webinar Recap: Project Performance Measurement – Part 3: Using MS Project to Track and Report on Performance

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Fletcher Hearn’s session, Project Performance Measurement – Part 3: Using MS Project to Track and Report on Performance, being provided by MPU...

Top Frustration #2: End to End Risk Management

Imagine you are managing a large project, which is strategically important and complex. At the outset, you realize there will be a number of risks, which if not managed well, could paralyze the outcom...

Webinar Recap: Project Performance Measurement – Part 2: What to Measure and How to Report

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Fletcher Hearn’s session, Project Performance Measurement – Part 2: What to Measure and How to Report, being provided by MPUG for the convenie...

The GRIDALL Model as a Project Management Framework

A typical project management methodology (PMM) will facilitate knowledge management, repeatability, comparability, quality, and future impact. An organization that fails to develop and implement a PMM...