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Critical Path Modeling Using Microsoft Project: Lesson 2 Leveraging Work and Predecessor Types to Structure the Plan

Event Description:

This course provides an overview of how to manage a project’s resources, timeline and cost through effective critical path modeling using Microsoft Project. This step by step approach addresses some of the common challenges in project estimating, including limited resource availability, multiple parallel activities, support activities, and accounting for time off, sick leave and minor changes. Unlock the power of MS Project’s leveling feature and start your projects off on the right foot by attending this course.


Learning Objectives:

  • The second class will begin with a review of the various work and predecessor types within MS Project, and how they support modeling the project’s critical path. You will then learn how structure project plans so that they leverage the calendars, work types and dependencies effectively to determine the optimal project plan for the resources and work required.


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 Info:

Sam Bell leverages 36+ years of IT and project management experience in managing data warehouse, call center, reporting, and security infrastructure and assessments projects. His focus on process improvement ensures a consistent, repeatable, and measurable approach is taken to deliver value and a secure operating environment for clients. At Edwards, Sam oversees the Cybersecurity Assessments practice, leading NIST 800-53, HIPAA, NIST CSF, and CMMC readiness assessments for firms of all sizes, across diverse industries.  Sam holds credentials as a PMP, SSCP and CMMC RP.


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