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How to Export to a PDF Document in Project for the Web

Project for the Web was first released in 2019. Since then, Microsoft has continued to add new content to this lightweight project management application on a regular basis. In fact, feel free to take...

How Should a Project Manager Organize Their Workday and Where Does MS Project Fit?

As a Project Manager, I typically have a long list of tasks, and usually many more than I have time to finish. I have found that the most important thing for me to do is to organize my time. Of course...

Top Frustration #1: The Earned Value Analysis Problem

We recently ran a survey asking you to share your biggest frustration with available project management tools. As you can imagine, we’ve gotten some interesting results. One user responded and told us...

I KNOW It’s Around Here Somewhere: A Look at Those Darn Risk Register Boxes

As a risk maven, I love encouraging organizations to build out a comprehensive risk register with all of the bells and whistles. Those bells and whistles?  Event, probability, impact, overall priority...

How to Keep your Team Productive in Uncertain Times

Whether it’s living through a global pandemic, a reorganization at your company, or political turmoil, no one likes to live through uncertainty. When people are concerned about their financial safety,...

The Project Communication Plan

For small projects, communication can be quite simple. Communication for the project of heading home after the holidays might be no more than “Call us when you get there.” But good communication grows...

Leadership as an Actionable Event

The definition of leadership is changing. With increasing challenges from a pandemic that has lasted over a year and the remote work that such a pandemic has brought, business leaders have to change t...

Back to Basics: What is Project for the web?

In General From a bird’s eye view, Project for the web is the little brother of Microsoft Project. Whereas MS Project has a 30+ year history (the first version was available in 1984 with only Microsof...

Projects are a People Thing: What if Success or Failure is not Based on Technology?

Running a project is akin to reading a book. You have a beginning (otherwise known as the project charter) and an ending (the project closeout). A book consists of many chapters, just as there are num...