This first lesson of this course will introduce you to the Power BI suite of products and applications from Microsoft. You’ll learn what Power BI is and how it can be used to visualize different types of data from multiple data sources. You’ll also learn the process of creating and publishing reports, understand workspaces, apps, permissions, the mobile app, etc. Data rarely exists in the exact format or shape that we want it. It needs “massaging”, errors need to be removed, and often new data needs to be derived from the existing data set. In the 2nd lesson of this course, you’ll learn how to use Query Editor inside the Power BI desktop client to transform your existing data so that it suits your purpose. We use examples from both Microsoft Planner files and Project Online. Finally, once we’ve got our data into the required shape, we can begin to visualize it, i.e., build reports and dashboards for users to view. Once again, we’ll take Planner files, publish the reports, and create dashboards in the Power BI Service so that they can be shared within our organization. We also show how these reports and dashboards can be viewed on mobile devices and the information socialized within the mobile app. Test your skills after completing the course
Agile has many approaches and methodologies. Come learn about how to leverage Agile for any type of Project Management. Next, Microsoft keeps unfolding new features, tools and capabilities supporting Project, Program and Portfolio Management. Come learn the latest Agile features as well as what is in store by Microsoft to continue to support the growing needs of an Agile PM community. Finally, learn Applied Agile Project Management Best Practices with MS Project, Project PPM and Office 365 in a Real-World Scenario
In this practical course Erik van Hurck helps you create the best views for your specific needs. Learn the differences between tables and views and dive into creating Groups and Filters the correct way. At the end of the session, you will be able to create completely new filters, tables, and views. And, you will also be able to alter existing ones! Next, versions 2013 and up of the Microsoft Project application contain a very powerful reporting module. Erik van Hurck will share 3 tips to make the most of the reports and “Wow” your management with better looking results. At the end of the session, you will be able to create stunning reports and share them with stakeholders. Finally, there is a need for a paper version of your schedule. Even in the age of Wearables, AR and tablets. Learn how to get a good print out of your schedule with Erik van Hurck.
Boot camp includes the video training with PMI® PDU, workbook with training exercises and pre-configured project files, e-support, highly rated book, certificate, and knowledge tests. Course Materials: The Do’s and Don’ts ebook will be delivered to you by email 1-2 business days after purchase. If you are an existing MPUG member taking this course, please contact us at email@example.com for your copy. The downloads below will only be available after purchase. Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’ts Discussion Forum Microsoft Project Do’s and Don’ts Boot Camp Quiz More Essentials